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Torwell House is a impressive modern home offering versatile and adaptable accommodation of over 2500 sq ft. On the ground floor are two exceptional reception rooms both with fabulous feature fireplaces with the south facing, bay fronted living room enjoying a vaulted ceiling and plenty of natural light whilst the rear facing reception room flows effortlessly out to the impressive Mediterranean influenced garden. There is a further dining/play room and a lovely traditional farmhouse styled kitchen/breakfast room leading to a useful utility room and the double garage along with a ground floor cloak room.
On the first floor are the four double bedrooms arranged of the stylish galleried landing. The master bedroom features an impressive array of fitted wardrobes and a smart modern en-suites whilst the three further bedrooms share use of a spacious contemporary bathroom. The fully boarded attic is accessed via a folding ladder and provides easily accessible storage.
Outside, the grounds within which Torwell house sits are every bit as impressive as the house itself! Drawing its influence from a previous owners mediterranean roots the incredible landscaped garden has been meticulously designed to offer exceptional entertaining and family space to enjoy. Shaded seating areas give way to sun filled terraces surrounding by a rich variety of lush tropical trees and bushes interspersed with traditional English flora and fauna. And to top it of and be the envy of your friends and neighbours it has its very own heated swimming pool complete with a garden room/cabana with concierge kitchen and shower room. Beyond the secluded pool area steps rise to a charming lawned area with a garden shed, raised vegetable beds and several established fruit trees.
The property also has a well tended front lawn with colour filled flower bed borders, ample off street parking and private access to a footpath leading straight up onto the Mendip hills.
The village of Cross is a popular hamlet just a short distance away from Axbridge. There are lots of different sorts of property in the village ranging from huge country houses, through to cottages and bungalows to more modern properties, making the atmosphere individual with a great established feel. Country lovers will be attracted to the glorious Mendip countryside and walks almost on the doorstep. The nearby market town of Axbridge offers more comprehensive shopping and village facilities. Schooling in the area is excellent, with the 'three school' system being a tremendous attraction! Weare Church of England First School, Hugh Sexeys (www.hughsexey.com) and Kings of Wessex (www.kowessex.co.uk) at Cheddar are well sought after by families. There is access to private schooling at Wells, Bristol, Sidcot and Millfield School at Street (www.millfield.co.uk). If you commute, the A38 gives you access to Bristol and Bristol Airport, with Bath, Wells and Weston-super-Mare also being within easy reach. Motorway commuters use the Edithmead junction for the M5 which is also easily accessible.
Approaching Compton Bishop from the direction of Bristol on the Bridgwater road turn right onto Old Coach Road at Cross and proceed in the direction of Compton Bishop where Old Coach Road turns into Webbington Road, continue through Cross towards Compton Bishop as just as you are leaving the village you will find Torwell House on the right hand side with a Debbie Fortune for sale board.
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