Property Description 

This deceptively spacious detached bungalow offers accommodation over a single floor, versatile in its layout and with plenty of scope for further extension (subject to any necessary planning consents). The location is great, with open farmland to the rear up to Burledge Hill and a short stroll from Chew Valley Lake, whilst located in the centre of the village with Post Office, Primary school and Pub close by. The position is also bound to suit the commuter, as it is within easy reach of Bristol, Bath and Wells. Whilst the bungalow has been in the same ownership for a number of years it has been well cared for and maintained. 
 
The accommodation which benefits from gas fired central heating and double glazed windows and doors, comprises: a large, light entrance hallway, which leads to all of the accommodation over a single floor. A well looked after kitchen, large sitting room/dining room. A conservatory that overlooks and provides access to the rear garden and three double bedrooms, all of which are serviced by a modern family bathroom and useful separate W.C. 
 
OUTSIDE: 
The property is approached to the front with a parking area in front of the undercroft integral garage, with steps and handrail leading to the front entrance door. Pathways lead either side of the property to the rear garden which is laid to lawn with a large patio area which is perfect for alfresco dining! The gardens are surprisingly private for the location within the heart of the village and benefit from the aforementioned countryside to the rear. 

Situation 

The village of Bishop Sutton (www.bishopsutton.org.uk) offers local facilities including shop/post office, Spar, hairdressers, pub, tennis club, Chew Valley library, which is part of the BANES library system and a well regarded primary school (www.bishopsutton.bathnes.sch.uk) and church. There is a daily school bus to Chew Valley Secondary School (www.chewvalleyschool.co.uk). The Bath & North East Somerset village is perfectly placed for commuting to both Bristol and Bath, whilst long distance travelling benefit from Bristol International Airport a short distance away, mainline railway station at Bath and motorway access at a choice of M4 and M5 junctions around Bristol and Bath. The Chew Valley is renowned for its beauty, the lakes are noted for their fishing, birdlife and sailing. Country lovers can enjoy all of this plus walking and riding on the Mendips close by. 

Directions 

Travelling into Bishop Sutton from West Harptree, shortly after Brents Garage turn right into Parkfield Gardens. Follow this road to the top and following the bend round to the right. The property can be found immediately on the left hand side. 
 
 

Parkfield Gardens, Bishop Sutton Price £450,000 3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow 

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