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This superb elevated modern home offers spacious and stylish accommodation, with top of the range fixtures and fittings and envious rural views.
Occupying an elevated position this property boasts style and privacy, consisting of three double bedrooms, a large attic room, two modern shower/wet rooms, a magnificent living room, top of the range kitchen and separate dining room.
Entering the property up shallow stone steps and into a light and spacious entrance hall, fitted with hardwood flooring and offering plenty of room to store coats and shoes.
The lounge runs almost the whole width of the property and provides a formidable amount of light through two large picture windows to the side, and double tilt and turn sliding doors to the rear that lead out onto the wooden balcony. This room also benefits from a regularly serviced gas fireplace surrounded by a light marble effect mantel. Due to the elevated setting of this property, the outlook and position is extremely private with the most stunning views over chimney pots and towards the Mendip hills and Crook Peak.
The dining room is also a great space with the same quality hardwood flooring and separate tilt and turn patio doors, this truly is a fantastic space to entertain with only a short walk to the kitchen. From the dining room you continue into the sleek and stylish kitchen, installed just a few years ago, natural light bounces off the modern and attractive white kitchen units. Fitted with top of the range appliances such as: - induction hob, an oven, separate steam oven, fridge freezer, combination microwave and features sink with a large window behind overlooking the gardens.
The utility room is hidden behind a matching set of cupboard doors and allows space for a dyer and washing machine to be stacked, with a separate cupboard for the essential mops and brooms!
To the rear right elevation are three double bedrooms, two with double doors leading out into the rear private garden, whilst the master bedroom is situated towards the front with two large picture windows. The family bathroom is modern and favourably fashioned with slate tiled flooring and white basin and modern Geberit toilet with washing and drying settings. A compact yet versatile shower room is located across from the master bedroom and is similar in its modern design to the main bathroom.
Another additional benefit of the property is the large attic room, fully boarded with two basins and enough space to house multiple beds, this can be access via a set of hidden stairs in the utility/kitchen. This is an ideal workspace, hobby/craft room.
There are many ways to exit this property, through one of four sliding doors, either of the two exits within the kitchen and breakfast room or of course the front entrance.
The rear garden is a very private space and slightly elevated from the house, low maintenance exudes form this garden, with mainly pebbles, potted plants, decking, pond and a bonny shed perched at the top (or Gin Palace if you like!) Alfresco dining can be entertained either on the light patio or the balcony towards the front.
The mature and attractive plot on which the property sits has been carefully landscaped to create many individual spaces to enjoy quiet time and potter to your hearts content, from the stylish Mediterranean inspired rear garden, to the enchanting flower filled front & side garden with its neatly lawned grass, enticing patioed walkways surrounded by colourful shrubs. There are also a number of hidden sheds and greenhouses and a beautiful arbour.
The garage is ideal for its original purpose of storing the family car or classic vehicle, however it has a wider than average footprint and could easily be converted into a studio, office, or workshop! A shallow cellar runs under the property and offers yet MORE storage!
This is the kind of property that doesn't come to the market very often, especially with its appealing condition and very private plot!
Tenure - Freehold
Council tax band - F
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 via Bristol Road and past 'Sidcot School' at the light turn right onto 'Sidcot Road' and your second right onto 'Belmont Road', right again into 'Brae Road' and the property is immediately on your left.
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