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A well-positioned and affordable family home in the much desired Chew Valley village of Bishops Sutton.
This attractive semi-detached home offers three bedrooms, two separate reception rooms, kitchen, bathroom, and a large attached store room.
Set back from the road behind a lovely lawned front garden with off street parking to the side the house offers huge potential due to it generous plot and need for moderate updating. Inside are two reception rooms including a dual aspect sitting room with a gas fire and a separate dining room with a pretty tiled corner fireplace. Behind the dining room is a smart galley kitchen with plenty of scope (subject to the necessary permissions) to combine these two rooms to create a spacious open plan kitchen/dining room. There is a useful pantry/utility space with a side door and a large workshop attached to the rear, again with plenty of potential.
On the first floor are the three bedrooms, two of which are well proportioned doubles, whilst the third is a large single room, completing the first floor accommodation is the family bathroom with a three piece white suite.
There is plenty of in built storage and access to a generous loft.
To the rear of the house is a larger than expected lawned garden with plenty of space for children's play equipment, a greenhouse, Garden shed and even a vegetable plot.
Whilst the property is in need of some updating in places it is perfectly habitable and coming with the added advantage of no onward chain is a perfect purchase for someone looking to part their own stamp on a solid, well-built family home.
The village of Bishop Sutton (www.bishopsutton.org.uk) offers local facilities including shop/post office, hairdressers, pub and a well regarded primary school (www.bishopsutton.bathnes.sch.uk) and church. There is even an Indian restaurant (Sutton Spice)! 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.
Travelling into the village of Bishop Sutton from Bristol proceed along Wick Road passing the Post Office, Pub, Church and Primary School. Slow down as you approach the Garage and Village Hall and then take the left hand turning into Woodcroft. The property is located along the second bank of houses and is accessed from the rear with parking available here.
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