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Oakleigh is something a little bit different, with its angular rooms and period features, however the indisputable attribute is that it benefits from a beautiful outlook. Believed to have been built well over 100 years ago, Oakleigh has been significantly extended and improved over the years.
The sizeable and well presented accommodation is configured over two floors. On the ground floor a good sized entrance porch way has doors to a downstairs WC/utility room and the impressive lounge, with it exposed beams, wood-burning stove and French doors which open onto a patio and seating area. A door from the sitting room leads to a modern fitted kitchen which opens into a charming dining area with carved open feature fireplace and space for a good sized table. The downstairs is completed by a useful side porch which wraps around the rear of the property, providing useful storage and houses the oil fired central heating boiler.
Upstairs there are three really good sized bedrooms, all benefitting from stunning views across open countryside. There is also a spacious family bathroom with separate bath and shower.
Outside the property benefits from a lovely front garden with a path extending to a gravelled parking area with a well-proportioned double garage and workshop. A further garden can be found approximately 100' in length which is lawned with both a paved and decked terrace area, taking full advantage once again of those stunning countryside views.
Period properties with this size of garden and views are rarely available on the open market and although it is a rural location it is not isolated and is in easy reach of local schools, amenities and transport routes.
A thriving community, a great school and a friendly atmosphere, just three reasons to become part of the community of Clutton! Situated just off the A37 and about 10 miles from Bristol and Bath, this Bath & North East Somerset village has a population of around 1,500 and has a church, popular social club and village hall and pre-school and primary school (www.cluttonschool.com). Midsomer Norton is just 5 miles away and just a bit further out you will find Cheddar Gorge and the Cathedral City of Wells. There is an international airport at Bristol and main line rail links at Bristol and Bath.
Travelling from Bristol on the A37 proceed into Clutton and turn left into Station Road. Continue down this road and just before the Railway Inn turn left into Lower Bristol Road, continue along this road and Oakleigh can be found on your right hand side just before a turn off on your left marked Taylors Farm.
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