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Offered with no onward chain complications and right in the hub of this fabulous village yet tucked away from the hustle and bustle of modern life it is perfect for a number of purchasers. There is a footpath at the end of the cul-de-sac that takes you directly into the village, perfect for getting to the doctors, the primary school or for a cheeky beverage at the local friendly pub.
Currently comprising a light and airy hallway, the downstairs feels spacious with a generous sitting room with feature fireplace and windows overlooking the gardens. What is equally special is that you can sit back on your sofa and still see the remarkable tree framed views of Crook Peak above the mature shrubs of the back garden. The separate dining room has direct access into the garden with modern sliding doors and the kitchen has been extended so that its now a real "heart of the house". This contemporary space has light base, drawer and wall units with contrasting work surfaces over, and offers space for table and chairs and some built in appliances.
Upstairs there is a large landing, which acts as a feature itself having plenty of space to use, or perhaps another staircase for further accommodation should this be something someone fancied investigating in the future. The bedrooms are a good size, some with built in cupboards and a well-presented family bathroom.
The front of the house has a generous driveway providing plenty of parking space and a reasonably large garden for the new owner to potter in.
The rear landscaped garden is generously proportioned, and the previous owner clearly loved their garden and made it a private paradise for flowers to flourish and shrubs to grow. This space lends itself to families who want their children to feel safe and secure, whilst enjoying the appeal of this south west facing suntrap.
The double garage is attached to the house and has plenty of space for storage or could be used as hobby space or converted to provide an additional reception room should this be required.
All in all the house benefits from double glazing, gas central heating, loads of parking, in walking distance of local amenities and best of all, has no onward chain complications. EPC rating D.
The North Somerset village of Winscombe was recently placed as the second best place in Britain to raise a family by family investment firm OneFamily (survey in 2015) and is nestled in the beautiful Mendip countryside within commuting distance of Bristol. Its atmosphere is one of bustling activity, with a variety of shops, professional offices and community facilities including church, doctor and primary school (www.winscombewoodborough.n-somerset.sch.uk). Winscombe is in the Churchill Academy and Sixth Form Centre (www.churchill-academy.org) catchment area for secondary education, which has recently been awarded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted and also benefits from a modern sports complex, and there is also a dry ski slope nearby. Private sector schooling is also close by at Sidcot and the Downs School at Wraxall is within easy reach. Country activities available within the area include horse-riding, walking on the Mendips and sailing on Axbridge Reservoir, and there are also several excellent golf courses in the area. The lovely cathedral city of Wells is a drive away, as is the famous beauty spot, Cheddar Gorge. As mentioned, Winscombe is within commuting distance of Bristol but also has good access to the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare and the M5 at junction 21 to travel north or junction 22 to travel south. There is an international airport at Lulsgate and access to a mainline railway station at Weston.
Travelling south on the A38 (Bristol Road) you will pass Sidcot school on the left-hand side, filter into the middle lane and turn right at traffic lights onto Sidcot Lane (A371) towards Winscombe, after approximately 300m turn right into Belmont Road. The property is located on the left after about 200m.
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