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Exceptionally well presented throughout, this spacious home is situated in a lovely semi-rural position on a quiet and exclusive cul de sac that lies within Backwell School Catchment. Entering the property into the reception hallway the bespoke contemporary Oak and glass staircase provides a stunning focal point, and blends effortlessly with the neo Georgian architrave to create a wonderful first impression of the chic modern décor that resonates throughout the house. To the left of the entrance hallway is the fantastic dual aspect living room with a handsome brick inglenook fireplace with oak mantle, and pretty window seats to either side. To the rear of the room French doors provide access out to the garden whilst a side door also links the living room through to the dining area of the kitchen.
To the rear of the entrance hallway sits the incredible kitchen/dining room which flows into a majestic garden room. This outstanding hub of the house has been created by our vendors by removing an internal wall and redesigning the original layout with the expert assistance of an architect. This outstanding combination of rooms includes a well appointed kitchen area with separate central island unit fitted with sleek high gloss units and completed by a stylish quartz counter top. The kitchen features many quality integrated Neff appliances and the whole area is complimented by under floor heating which is also in the sitting room, the family room, the hall and the conservatory. The dining area is separated from the garden room by superb French doors which once open create a free flowing and light filled space to enjoy a social gathering or family party. Along with the aforementioned ground floor rooms there is also a separate family room which can be accessed via an open arch from the kitchen and provides a secondary area to sit and enjoy the lovely front and rear aspects of the house. Completing the ground floor accommodation is well appointed ground floor cloakroom and a generous utility room.
On the first floor arranged off a galleried landing are the four bedrooms and three bathrooms (two ensuite) these included a super master bedroom and superb guest suite which both benefit from a smart modern bathroom and some fitted bedroom furniture, worthy of particular mention is the guest suite which also has the added attraction of a mezzanine bed area and also french doors with a Juliette balcony overlooking the rear garden. All the bedrooms are decorated in lovely neutral tones and finally the spacious family bathroom completes the internal accommodation.
Outside, to the front of the house is ample parking for a couple of vehicles along with a beautifully built double garage complimenting the design and build of the main house. To the rear of the property and the icing on the cake is the incredibly large rear garden.
Measuring approximately a ¼ of an acre in size, gardens of these proportions are incredibly rare to find with newer built developments. This exquisite garden has been skilfully landscaped to create a real oasis for all the family to enjoy. The incredible abundance of flora and fauna really is a picture with established borders hosting both non-native species of trees contrasting beautifully with the are four apple trees in the orchard part of the garden. Thoughtfully designed rockeries and raised flower beds sit alongside a large Mediterranean inspired terrace which is perfect for soaking up the summer sunshine and hosting al fresco dinner parties, whilst an extensive lawn stretches out to the end of the garden in the distance.
The village of Cleeve in North Somerset is situated between Weston-super-Mare and Bristol, just off the main A370 with its associated public transport links. There is also a bus service to Clevedon. Bristol is within easy daily commuting distance, there is a mainline railway station at nearby Yatton, and Bristol Airport is a short drive away. Primary schooling is at nearby Court de Wyck school at Claverham and secondary schooling is at Backwell (much acclaimed). The village has local facilities incl. shops, hairdressers, takeaways and a village hall. Sports facilities are available at Cadbury House a few minutes drive away and there is beautiful countryside and lovely walks in the area including the stunning Goblin Combe within a few minutes walk.
Travelling south on the A370 from Bristol, drive into Cleeve passing the former The Lord Nelson pub on your left hand side, continue past the turning for Bishop Road on your right hand side and shortly after take the next right into Warner Close. When in Warner close take the left hand turning and the house can be found a little way along the road on the right.,
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