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If you are looking for a lovely character cottage with exposed roof beams, a huge inglenook stone fireplace, three bedrooms, garden and originality throughout then look no further than Honeysuckle Cottage. Also benefitting from a separate dining room and living room, a garden room and an en-suite this lovely cottage really must be seen to be appreciated. Approaching from the pavement the main front door is up a few steps and leads into a porch area for coat and shoe storage and then a further door into a room currently used as a dining room. With a large fireplace, exposed roof beam, window to front and an exposed original wooden window frame to the back wall this good-sized room leads through into the main living room. Again, sporting an exposed roof beam this spacious room has the benefit of that enormous stone inglenook fireplace with another huge beam as mantle, flagstone base and copper hood and a storage cupboard to the side. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units, space for electric or gas oven, tiled splashbacks and flooring and a light tube. From the kitchen there are stairs up to the first floor, or a further door leading out into the garden/utility room which has cupboards and worktop with space for fridge/freezer and washing machine as well as a table and two chairs, which then has access to a lovely downstairs bathroom with a white bath with shower over, basin and WC and Velux window in the ceiling above. Upstairs to this cottage there are three bedrooms, all doubles with the master bedroom, and the second largest, having built in wardrobes. Additionally, there is a fully tiled en-suite shower, WC and basin to the master bedroom and also a large eaves storage area currently used as a hobby room. Outside to the rear there is a charming country cottage garden with gated access to a storage area, a patio area to the side of the garden room, a couple of steps up to a lawned garden area with a planted border and rockery and a path leading to gated access to the rear. There is also right of access to park one vehicle to rear of property. Additionally, there are two stone-built sheds for extra garden storage.
Backwell is a suburban village south west of Bristol, on the A370 to Weston-super-Mare. It includes the hamlets of Backwell Common, Backwell Green and Farleigh. Nearby are Nailsea, Flax Bourton, Yatton, Brockley and Barrow Gurney. Backwell Lake is next to the road between Nailsea and Backwell and is just north of the railway station. The village has a long history, appearing in the Domesday Book in 1086 with the name 'Bacoile' meaning 'The well back on the hill'. The well is still in existence. Many residents of Backwell commute daily to Bristol by car via the A370, bus or train - the railway station has a direct service to London. Backwell is close to the M5 motorway and Bristol International Airport at Lulsgate is 3 miles (4.8 km) away by road. The airport serves both domestic and international routes, and is one of EasyJet's hub airports. Backwell has excellent infant, junior and secondary schools; West Leigh Infant School, Backwell Church of England Junior School and Backwell Secondary school are currently OFSTED rated 'outstanding', also secondary school Backwell School, consistently features high in the league tables for GCSE results, and is recognised as one of the best state schools in North Somerset.
From the Debbie Fortune office in Backwell proceed up the A370 towards Bristol for roughly half a mile and the property will be found on the right-hand side just opposite the stunning gastro pub The George.
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