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Set in an gently elevated position allowing it to make the most of the surrounding countryside scenery number 7 The Score is a well presented family house just a short walk to the many excellent village amenities, local primary school and Church with miles of wonderful footpaths and bridleways to discover.
To the front of the property is a pretty and well stocked garden with a lawn, mature flower borders and established flora and fauna. There is also off-street parking for several vehicles that leads to a single garage.
On entering the property into the light and airy hallway, the stairs rise to the first floor with two useful storage cupboards underneath. The sitting room features a large double glazed window to the front from which you can enjoy gorgeous views over the village, an open arch connects the sitting room with the dining room which overlooks the rear garden and has a useful service hatch through to the kitchen. These linked rooms are perfect for entertaining and have a wonderfully homely appeal. The kitchen which is situated to the rear of the house is fitted with a range of cream units with a roll top work surface over and tiled splashback, there is an integrated one/half sink, stainless sink double oven and gas hob. A large window overlooks the garden and a Upvc door gives access in and out. There is also an internal door to a good-sized garage which features two skylight windows and another side access door.
On the first floor are the three bedrooms, all of which enjoy excellent views, two of the three bedrooms are generous doubles whilst the third is a single bedroom/study. Finally, completing the accommodation is the family bathroom which is fitted with a white suite and is bathed in natural light from its lovely south aspect.
Outside, the garden to the rear is beautifully maintained with steps rising to the side past a majority lawned garden with raised flower bed borders and rockeries, there is a lovely seating area half way up the garden, perfectly positioned to enjoy the views with a cold glass of your favourite tipple. To the rear of the garden a post and rail fence separates the garden from open fields affording the property a real edge of village/semi-rural feeling.
The village of Blagdon in North Somerset is located on the slopes of the Mendip Hills overlooking Blagdon Lake, which is famous for its trout fishing. The whole area is one of outstanding natural beauty and there are splendid views of the surrounding hills and open countryside. Riding, walking, fishing, sailing and dry-skiing are just some of the activities available around. The village facilities include a convenience store and post office, 3 public houses, parish church, Blagdon Primary School (www.blagdon.n-somerset.sch.uk) and Blagdon Pre-School. Further information about the village can be obtained from the website (www.blagdon.org). Secondary education is available at nearby Churchill Academy and Sixth Form (www.churchill.n-somerset.sch.uk) which has recently been awarded & 'Outstanding' by Ofsted and also benefits from a modern sports complex, and there are private schools at Bristol, Wells, Sidcot, Bath and Wraxall. Access to the motorway network is at Clevedon (junction 20) and St. Georges (junction 21) with an international airport at Lulsgate and mainline railway stations at Weston-super-Mare, Yatton and Bristol.
Travelling through Blagdon on the A368 from the Churchill direction, as you leave the village the primary school is on the left. Turn right here, go up the hill and turn left into 'The Score'. No. 7 is on the right hand side.
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