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The White House is an exceptional detached family home of immense character, occupying a lovely edge of village position on the outskirts of the village of Lower Langford. The original cottage dates back in parts to the 17th century, however it has been much improved and extended over the centuries to create what is now some 2745 sq ft of versatile accommodation, boasting five bedrooms and as many as four/five reception rooms. Of particular note, is the elegant Georgian façade of the property, that was added at a date in the century, adding dramatic and handsome appeal to this lovely family home.
Internally the property retains much of its original character including flagstones floors, panelled doors, and handsome original fireplaces. There is the convenience of a modernised kitchen & bathrooms, central heating, and hardwood double glazing. The accommodation is incredibly versatile, making it extremely suitable for a large family, or for purchasers who are looking for a property suitable for co-habiting with a dependent relative or indeed a live-in nanny.
In total there are five well-proportioned bedrooms and five receptions, plus two kitchens, a family bathroom and two shower rooms.
The beautiful established grounds amount to approaching 2.5 acres and include a formal cottage garden with an enchanting ornamental pond, established kitchen garden, two separate paddocks, ideal for those with equestrian interests/need, numerous out buildings, sheds and even a greenhouse with an incredibly productive grape vine.
There is ample parking to the rear of the house that is accessed via a gravelled stone driveway to the side house, through a pretty five bar gate. Along with the generous parking area there is a single garage and a covered car port.
The house and land are well screened from the road with mature trees, bushes and hedged boundaries. Equestrian enthusiasts will delight in the excellent riding country within easy reach, and the workshop would make a great artist's studio or could be suitable for alternative use.
The property is situated alongside acres of open common, affording it superb privacy and incredible rural views, with miles upon miles of footpaths and bridleways on your doorstep to explore. The White House's position just off the A38, makes it superbly convenient for commuting to the nearby cities of Bristol, Bath & Wells, along with Bristol International Airport, The AONB of the imperious Mendip Hills and excellent local schools.
The highly favoured and convenient village of Langford is nestled in the beautiful North Somerset countryside. Local facilities include the supermarket and filling station a short distance away and the village itself has a popular public house and a hairdressers. The doctor's surgery for the local villages relocated to a brand new building in Pudding Pie Lane in 2014. A more comprehensive range of facilities is available at the nearby village of Wrington. There is a primary school at Churchill (www.churchill-pri.n-somerset.sch.uk) and secondary schooling at Churchill Academy and Sixth Form Centre (www.churchill.n-somerset.sch.uk), which has recently been awarded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted and also benefits from a modern sports complex. The area around is renowned for its beauty and offers a range of country pursuits including sailing, fishing, dry skiing and sports facilities and for those interested in horse-riding a wide range of equestrian pursuits are available. Langford is within commuting distance of the City of Bristol and the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare and there is access to the motorway network at Clevedon (junction 20) and St. Georges (junction 21). There is an international airport at Lulsgate and access to a mainline railway station at Yatton.
Travelling from Langford Post Office in the village of Lower Langford proceed to the A38 and turn left towards Bristol The White House is just before Havyatt Green on the left hand side with a Debbie Fortune Estate Agents for sale board.
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