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This spacious four-bedroom detached executive-style house set back in a quiet cul-de-sac of just one other house, this fantastic property additionally boasts a sizable kitchen-diner, conservatory, and private garden, making this a great family home in an ideal and peaceful location whilst still being able to walk to local shops, bus and train links.
As you enter the property you are greeted with beautiful 'Cotswolds Stone' tiled throughout the hallway, kitchen, utility, and conservatory. The entrance hall boasts a light and airy feel with space to house, coats, and shoes. On the right as you enter the property is the downstairs toilet, with hand basin, Cotswold stone flooring and a double-glazed frosted window.
Leading through to what used to be the garage and in recent years has been converted to allow a multipurpose use being either a playroom or downstairs bedroom. The room lends itself to being very light due to a fantastic large window looking out onto the driveway.
The formal sitting room is situated to the front of the house and is bathed in light from another large bay window, overlooking the front lawn with a charming window seat to accompany. This formal lounge could easily fit the traditional set of lounge furniture.
Following through to the open planed kitchen diner, you have more than enough space to equip a family sized table and chairs whilst still having the kitchen breakfast bar. An abundance of light normally streams through the opening into the conservatory which then leads through to the patio and private lawned garden space. The kitchen having ample work top space and plenty of draws and pantry style cupboards, is equipped with an integrated gas cooker and hob, also has plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a large American style fridge freezer. The kitchen sink is overlooking the garden from a window.
The utility of which is situated just next to the kitchen has its own sink overlooking the patio through a window, plumbing for a washing machine and dryer if one desired. There is also access to the rear garden and side entrance leading to the front of the property, great if you have children, dogs or muddy partners!
Upstairs all the bedrooms are double sized and carpeted throughout. The first bedroom on the right as you come up the stairs in an especially large room, with the double bed at one side of the room and fitted wardrobes on the other side. Leaving enough space in the middle for children to play or to house a dressing table or vanity. This bedroom has two windows, one that faces the garden and another that lets light into the middle of the room.
The family bathroom is fitted with a sunken bath and 'Rainfall Shower Head', toilet, basin ample storage for toiletries and towels. This family bathroom also has underfloor heating making this room feel even more luxurious. There is a frosted window that once opened overlooks the garden.
Leading onto the master bedroom, another very well sized room with beautiful sash styled double glazed windows, looking on the rear garden. The room lends itself to a queen size bed and already fitted wardrobes, leaving more space for other items of furniture. The master bedroom has an en-suite, with a rainfall shower head effect, toilet, and basin. All very well designed and minimally decorated.
The hallway then leads through to another two bedrooms, both with large sash windows and plenty of space to house the traditional bedroom furniture. The fourth bedroom has been recently extended over what would have been the garage, giving the added light appeal of two windows and double the length of space.
The North Somerset village of Yatton lies south of Bristol within easy daily commuting distance, by rail or road, with M5 motorway junctions 20 (Clevedon) and 21 (Weston-super-Mare) each only 10 minutes' drive away. The village is extremely well served by a great variety of facilities, which include lots of shops including a supermarket, a chemist, doctors, church, library, restaurants, takeaways and pubs. There is a junior and infants' school within the village, and secondary schooling is available at nearby Backwell. Public transport includes regular bus services and the station which gives mainline railway access to Bristol and out to London Paddington on a regular basis. For the long distance traveller, Bristol International Airport is a short drive away, now with low cost air flights and an international service to the USA. The countryside around is mainly farmland and with the Mendip Hills, the Yeo and Chew Valleys to the south and east, providing a huge variety of country pursuits including walking, riding, sailing and fishing. The area has a number of first rate golf courses, and the 4-star Doubletree by Hilton Cadbury House hotel, restaurant, spa and fitness centre is situated on the edge of the village.
From our offices in Congresbury head into Yatton, passing the Co-Op on the right hand side follow the road for ½ a mile, passing the train station on your left keep going for a few hundred yards until you turn right down 'Kenn Moor Road' then take the first left into 'Moorside Road' follow this route round, keeping to the left as you enter a quite cul-de-sac with two properties number 14 on the left and number 15 on your right.
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