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1 Station Approach is a unique property set in an elevated position with countryside views. The property occupies a generous plot with gardens that wrap around the house. The location is very handy with village amenities on the door step as well as offering a very easy commute to the nearby Cities of Bristol, Bath and Wells.
Inside the accommodation is light and airy with versatile rooms that can be adapted to suit your needs. Downstairs comprises a welcoming entrance hall leading to an inner hall with the stairs rising to the first floor. A large open plan kitchen/breakfast room benefits from double doors opening onto garden. The sitting room is filled with natural light and features a bay window. On this level there are two bedrooms which are serviced by a family bathroom and a study. The bedrooms downstairs can be adapted to suit your needs if you do not require them to be bedrooms. Upstairs the principal bedroom can be found with an en suite adjacent and a second bedroom next door.
The gardens wrap around the house and offer different spots to catch the sun at different times of the day. There is a lawn, and a Dorset pebbled area with table and chairs behind the house which has a Mediterranean feel to it.
The gardens also benefit from a workshop to one side of the property shed (with power and light) and a garage (also with power and light). To the front of the plot there is a long tarmacked driveway.
The sought after village of Pensford, in the Bath & North East Somerset country, is approximately 8 miles from Bath with its Roman origins and Georgian architectural and approximately 7 miles south of the city of Bristol. The village has a post office/store, a public house, a small supermarket and a primary school. A wider range of general stores and amenities can be found in the nearby village of Chew Magna with its super selection of shops, pubs and restaurants. The nearby Chew Valley and Blagdon Lakes are notable for their fishing, birdlife, sailing and nature study amenities, and there are plenty of countryside walks close by. The villages in the valley are all unspoilt and each have their individual charm and character. Secondary education is available at the renowned Chew Valley School and at Wellsway School in Keynsham. The M4/M5 motorways are accessible via a link road at Keynsham and Bristol International Airport is within easy reach.
Traveling along the A371, towards Pensford, take the first right after the 'Travelers Rest' pub into Station Approach. The property can be found immediately on your right.
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