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Property Description 

A beautifully presented and characterful family home, set in wonderful grounds of approximately half an acre, in a serene semi rural position, surrounded by glorious countryside and stunning views. 
 
Jasmine Farmhouse was originally constructed some 350 years ago in the 17th century as a traditional thatched Somerset longhouse. Several Century's later and post war, it was sympathetically separated into two beautiful individual homes. 
 
The original footprint of the Farmhouse has been extended several times over the generations, firstly in 1975 to enhance the original kitchen to a larger kitchen/breakfast room, and then again in 2016 to create a further fourth bedroom, an en-suite bathroom, family bathroom, plus the relocation of the staircase, hallway and landing. 
 
Jasmine Farmhouse is now a generously proportioned, and unique country home, which has an attractively presented interior, blending many original character features including exposed wooden beams and a beautiful inglenook fireplace, with smart modern refinements and contemporary touches. 
 
The ground floor accommodation comprises an attractive reception hallway, with a handy downstairs cloakroom and under stairs storage. The hallway leads through into a large and impressive kitchen/diner, with underfloor heating that runs from the oil fired boiler. There is also a separate utility room, handy study/home office, second sitting room and a living room or Den as the vendors refer to it, with the aforementioned inglenook feature fireplace and also a reclaimed piece of stone from a nearby monastery. 
 
On the first floor is a large master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and built in wardrobe. This lovely room enjoys superb views across open countryside. There are three further double bedrooms, and a stylish family bathroom. Both the family bathroom and the en-suite benefit from underfloor heating. There is also a large linen cupboard off the spacious first floor landing. 
 
Outside, the property is blessed with a large, wonderfully tended & secluded garden of approximately half an acre, that enjoys a superb southerly aspect. There is a large summerhouse/potential office, shed and established vegetable plot. The garden borders open countryside with lovely far reaching views. A sunken patio area provides a sheltered dining area for al-fresco dinner parties and barbecues. 
 
There is parking for up to 5 cars on the driveway, plus a single garage. 

Situation 

The North Somerset village of Claverham has local facilities on its High Street, and its primary school (http://www.courtdewyck.co.uk/) and village hall are within a walk. More comprehensive shopping, social and recreational facilities are in the nearby village of Yatton, which offers all sorts of shops, restaurants and pubs. Bristol and Weston-super-Mare are within easy daily commuting distance via the A370 and there is access to the national motorway network at Clevedon, a short drive away. Yatton Railway Station offers a mainline railway service and Bristol International Airport is also within easy reach. Claverham is in the school catchment area for Backwell (http://www.backwellschool.net/) and there are private schools in the area at Bristol, Sidcot and Wraxall. The countryside around offers a host of country pursuits inc. walking, fishing, riding and sailing. 

Directions 

Approaching Lower Claverham from the direction of Backwell on the A370 proceed towards Cleeve passing the Church of Holy Trinity on your right hand side. Take the next right onto Meeting House Lane and proceed to the end of the road before turning left at the junction onto Brockley Way. A little further along the land turn first right onto Jasmine Lane, where the property can be found a little way up on the right. 

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Jasmine Lane, Claverham Price £750,000 4 Bedroom Semi-Detached House 

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