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A detached family home, occupying a superb plot in one of Winford's most popular cul-de-sac's. This great home benefits from being just a stone's throw from all of the amenities this wonderful village has to offer. The stunning accommodation is spacious, light and airy while being both practical and versatile.
The property is entered at the front into a generously sized entrance hallway that leads to all of the principal reception space. At the front of the property there is a spacious sitting room with views of the front garden. At the rear of the home there is a modern kitchen, which opens onto a stunning dining room featuring a vaulted glass ceiling and bi-folding doors into the garden. A bedroom/playroom offers a versatile space that could also be used as a family room or study. A utility room/ office and downstairs cloak room completes the downstairs accommodation. The property also benefits from modern smart home features including Hive controlled heating and integral blue tooth speakers.
The first floor consists of three well proportioned bedroom all of which are serviced by a well presented bathroom. The bathroom comprises separate shower and bath unit.
The generously sized gardens run to both the front and rear of the property. While they are predominantly laid to lawn, the family friendly rear garden features a large deck, perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining. The property also benefits from garage and ample off-street parking.
The property has planning permission granted and can be seen on North Somerset Councils website using the reference 18/P/2401/FUH.
The North Somerset village of Winford lies on the edge of the Chew Valley, south of the city of Bristol. Local facilities include primary school (www.winford.n-somerset.sch.uk), pre-school (www.winfordpreschool.org.uk) pub, hairdresser/barbers and post office/shop. Secondary schooling is available at nearby Chew Valley (www.chewvalleyschool.co.uk) . 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. Bristol is within easy access for commuters, where there are also private schools.
Travelling from Bristol on the A38 proceed through the High Street in Winford. Proceed past the Village Stores and Post office on your left hand side and continue around a sharp right bend. Take the right hand turning at the next bend in the road onto Regil Lane and then take the immediate right hand turning into Lye Mead. The property can be found on the right hand side.
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