No. 2 Redland Lodge is a handsome period semi detached property of Georgian proportions with high ceilings and features of that era. It is located in Redlands Lane on the outskirts of the village of Bishop Sutton. Approached over a gravel driveway terminating in front of the garage and with beautiful well stocked gardens and countryside views.
The accommodation is laid over two floors with a large front entrance porch leading into the reception hall - this space is versatile and could be used as a snug, library or dining hall. It has a herringbone hardwood floor and Claygate fireplace with china display cupboards beside. An inner hall leads to the cloakroom and door into the kitchen. A six panelled white painted door leads into the sitting room - a gracious room with ceiling cornice and shuttered windows. White painted carved surround fireplace with archways beside and french door into conservatory. The kitchen is well fitted with cream coloured floor and wall units and has a door into the conservatory. The conservatory spans the width of the elevation overlooking the garden, is a large space with versatile uses; dining and sitting rooms with french doors onto the garden.
The staircase behind a door leads to the first floor landing, which is spacious with returning balustrade, storage cupboard and skylight. Each of the four double bedrooms has windows with an attractive outlook over the garden or over the adjoining countryside.
Outside the property is approached from the lane over a private gravelled driveway offering ample parking and turning at the front with a garage adjacent. The gardens are a particular feature and lie to the south east of the house and are beautifully planted with herbaceous and flowering shrubs, several ornamental trees, shaped lawn and productive kitchen garden.
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.
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Travelling into the village of Bishop Sutton along Wick Road through the centre of the village, passing the Church and School on the right-hand side of the road, continue past the tennis courts on the left-hand side and then take the next left-hand turning onto Redlands Lane. The property is the first on the left-hand side.