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Property Description 

'The Barton' is a wonderful modern home that offers an exceptionally versatile footprint with a light, airy and superbly presented interior, perfect for family life. 
Set on desirable Ropers Lane, 'The Barton' occupies a stunning south facing plot of approximately 0.35 acres, unique in its appearance, it has been much extended and improved from its original origins as a modest post war bungalow. Approached via a gated brick paved driveway that sweeps around a pretty, landscaped island, there is parking for a good number of vehicles with a discrete two berth carport and access to a single garage. The fabulous front aspect of the house looks up towards Wrington Hill whilst to the rear the incredible panoramic views stretch out over the village towards the Mendip Hills. 
Entering the property through a neat stone porch you continue into the entrance hallway where stairs rise to the first-floor accommodation and the principal reception rooms can be found. To the right of the hallway is the living room, a truly impressive room that includes a wonderful brick fireplace which is inset with a cast iron stove. Open to the rear it links beautifully with the family room and benefits from a lovely dual aspect. The spacious 24' dining room runs adjacent to the living room and is accessed through an open archway, two well positioned roof lights shower the room with excellent natural light, whilst the gorgeous, polished herringbone floor adds an element of sophistication. 
As previously mentioned, the family room links to both the living room and dining room, allowing the reception rooms of the house to flow effortlessly together and create a wonderful sociable space for all to enjoy. Beyond the family room a smart conservatory looks out to the fabulous rear garden and has French doors providing access to the sun terrace. To the right-hand side of the family room a door leads through to what is effectively a self-contained wing, within which you will find a generous double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a well-appointed bathroom. 
The kitchen is a chic modern affair with contemporary high gloss units topped with contrasting solid granite countertop. The views from the kitchen sink are simply exceptional and within the kitchen there are eye level double ovens, halogen hob with extractor hood over and integrated dishwasher, there is space for a breakfast table and a useful store cupboard. A handy utility room comes off the kitchen and has a door to the garden. 
There are three further bedrooms on the ground floor, all of which are good sized doubles, however one bedroom is currently used as a home office and the other two as guest bedrooms with the benefit of fitted cupboards. Sharing the corridor is another smart bathroom with a full three-piece suite. 
Continuing up the stairs to the first floor, you arrive at a superb galleried landing area with a vaulted ceiling, which could be easily utilised as a snug/library or indeed another office. To the end of the landing there are French doors to a Juliette balcony which boasts views over the village towards the Mendip Hills. 
The two bedrooms on the first floor are gracious double rooms with amazing dual aspects and splendid views to both front and rear. The first-floor bedrooms share use of large bathroom with both a three-piece suite, and separate shower. 
To the rear of the house is the most delightful, landscaped garden, fully enclosed and incredibly private it revels in a glorious south facing aspect, with panoramic views from a superb, elevated terrace, providing the perfect space for al-fresco dining and entertaining guests in the summer months. Below the terrace a neat lawned garden stretches out, with smart box hedges enclosing it on all sides, there is a summer house and pergola (which requires some repair) and beautiful flower packed borders and rockeries. Steps descend from the terrace to access the rear of the garage and a grapevine is flourishing above a second pagoda and sunken patio area. 
Property Information:- 
Tenure - Freehold 
Council tax band - F 


Situated with good access to local amenities and surrounded by beautiful countryside, Wrington (www.wringtonsomerset.org.uk) is the jewel in the crown of the Wrington Vale and one of the most sought after villages in North Somerset. Picturesque with a lengthy and interesting history, it benefits from facilities usually reserved for a larger town, including two pubs (one with an excellent restaurant), church and a chapel, a primary school (awarded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted), post office, public transport, garage, pharmacy, dentist, coffee shop, grocery shop, off licence/convenience shop and even two florist/gift shops (one in the village centre and one on the outskirts). Secondary schooling is available at nearby Churchill Academy and Sixth Form Centre (www.churchill.n-somerset.sch.uk), also recently awarded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted (with transport for local children provided daily), and which also benefits from a modern sports complex open to the general public. Further schools, both state and private, are at Bristol, Backwell, Wraxall and the Chew Valley. The area around is well known for its beauty and offers a variety of community pursuits. Indeed, riding, walking, fishing, sailing and dry skiing are just some of the activities available within a few miles. The village itself is within commuting distance of Bristol and the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare and there is access to the motorway network at Clevedon (junction 20) and St. Georges (junction 21). There is an international airport at Lulsgate and a mainline railway station at Yatton. 


Proceeding into the village from the direction of Congresbury turn left onto Bullhouse Lane and then right onto Ropers Lane. The Barton is towards the end of Ropers Lane on the right-hand side. 

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Ropers Lane, Wrington Price £1,200,000 5 Bedroom Detached House 

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