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Truly the most spectacular of views; on a clear day you can see for 50 miles, with the lovely city of Bristol spread out before you and tucked into beautiful countryside, you can even see as far as the Welsh Hills, May Hill and Haresfield Beacon! Walkers will love the fact that there is access to a public footpath a few moments walk away, whilst commuters will delight at the fact that Bristol can be easily reached to the North.
The property itself is detached and versatile, with spacious accommodation much bigger than you'd first expect. There is a large sitting room with open fireplace, an open plan kitchen and dining room leading to the gardens and a separate utility room as well. In addition, there is a large entrance hallway and useful cloakroom. There are four sizeable bedrooms upstairs, along with a very well presented family bathroom.
Off street parking can be found to the left, this leads to the garage and there is the added benefit of a store room below. The gardens make the most of the stunning views, are mainly laid to lawn but also feature a wonderful decked area which is just perfect for entertaining and enjoying the views! Truly deceptive, an internal viewing is essential.
Dundry is a North Somerset village situated on Dundry Hill, in the northern part of the Mendip Hills, between Bristol and the Chew Valley Lake. The city of Bristol is only four miles away and Bath is twelve miles to the west. Its lofty situation, seven hundred feet above sea level at the western end of an exposed four mile long ridge, makes it a notable landmark in North Somerset and its dominance is emphasised by a spectacular fifteenth century church tower. Dundry commands some of the most extensive and beautiful prospects in the west of England, and by night Bristol's lights create a breathtaking scene. The Dundry Inn public house is renowned in the area, and schools include a primary school with secondary schooling available at nearby Chew Valley, and a choice of private schooling in Bristol itself. The area around is well known for its beauty, activities and attraction. The Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes provide a host of activities whilst the nearby Mendips are popular and boast great walking, riding and unspoilt nature.
From the Chew Magna end, proceed into Dundry. Go past the village pub and church and follow the road as it bends to the right and then to the left. Shortly after the primary school and village hall the property can be found on the right hand side.
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