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A well presented semi detached three bedroom house occupying a good size plot with ample parking, garage and carport in the older part of the village, south facing garden to rear with view to viaduct. The position and size of plot would allow for extension (subject to pp).
The property benefits from double glazed tilt and turn windows, LPG gas fired central heating, and comprises: A good size front entrance hall with door into the hall, where there are doors either side to the sitting and dining rooms. The sitting room spans the width of the house with dual aspect and polished stone fireplace inset with coal effect fire. Patio doors to rear garden and secondary door to kitchen. The dining room is on the other side of the hall with window to front and opening into the kitchen, which is fitted with floor and wall units incorporating electric hob and double eye level ovens, plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge freezer, window overlooking the garden and door into the garden room. Sliding double glazed doors either side to the rear garden, ceramic floor and door into the cloakroom.
The stairs rise from the hall to the first floor landing with window to rear. There are three bedrooms, two of which are double rooms and each have fitted storage or wardrobe cupboards. The bathroom has been converted to a modern shower room with double shower cubicle, low level WC, and wash hand basin.
The outside space is a particular feature of the property; it is set well back from Old Road with a brick pavioured driveway leading to the garage and adjoining carport. There is a good size lawn to the front and a short flight of steps to the front entrance. A path leads around to the rear garden which is south facing with two patios either side of the garden room. Behind the garage is a greenhouse and garden shed, beyond which is a shaped lawn with well fenced boundaries and pretty flower borders.
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.
From the A37 south from Bristol, turn left into the older part of the village and right at the triangle and up the hill. As the hill levels out, No 37 will be seen on the right hand side.
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