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Since buying this property from new, the current owners have added further improvements including landscaping the garden and creating a snug/study and downstairs cloakroom by converting the garage.
Located in the village of Chew Magna, this well-appointed detached residence sits in a quiet development of 8 individual homes. Well presented and built 5 years ago this contemporary home provides spacious, light and airy accommodation.
Upon entering this contemporary property, you are welcomed by a spacious entrance hall, which leads to the aforementioned snug and living space. The living space is currently divided into a dining area and sitting room and features floor to ceiling windows that bathes this wonderful room in light. The designer kitchen boasts ample wall and base units, with granite work surface, underfloor heating and intergraded appliances including; an electric double oven, induction hob, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
The ground floor accommodation is completed by a useful utility room, with space and plumbing to house a washing machine and tumble dryer. A downstairs cloak room and walk in laundry cupboard with handing spaces and shelves.
Upon entering the first floor you are greeted by the magnificent galleried landing, with stunning high ceilings, which carry on into the principal suite. This room enjoys a en-suite with walk in shower and its own Juliet balcony with views over the village and surrounding countryside. Three further bedrooms, a well-presented family bathroom and airing cupboard housing the Viessmann gas central heating boiler, hot water pressure system and control for the solar panels.
The private and level south facing garden can be found to the the rear of the property, mainly laid to lawn the space features a raised deck area perfect for al fresco dining and summer barbeques. The garden also enjoys raised borders, a raised vegetable patch, a variety of small tree and mature shrubs, a storage shed and base for a greenhouse. This tranquil garden is the prefect space to relax on a summers evening or for children to play.
A side gate leads to the front of the property where the allocated parking which provides space for two cars and the bin store can be found.
The village of Chew Magna was voted in 2011 top out of the twelve best villages in the UK in a survey featured in the Sunday Times. Surrounded by rolling hills, this Bath & North East Somerset village (www.chewmagna.org.uk) can trace its history back to Saxon times, and is popular with those who wish to escape from the city but have easy access to their place of work, being only 10 miles from Bristol, with its International Airport, mainline railway links and the M5 and M4 motorways. The picturesque countryside of the Mendips and the beautiful Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes are no more than a few miles away, and to the east is the Roman City of Bath, about a 30 minute drive away. The excellent local amenities include nearby schools, four pubs, a supermarket, nursery and an area of shops including a post office café and sea food restaurant
Travelling through the village of Chew Magna proceed along the High Street, passing the Debbie Fortune Estate Agents office on your left hand side. Proceed along the road passing the cricket club on the left hand side, slow down as you go over the hump back bridge and then take the immediate left hand turning onto Norton Lane. Proceed along Norton Lane for a short while and then take the right hand turning into The Orchard. The property can be found immediately on the left hand side.
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