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Situated in the heart of the bustling village of 'Yatton', is this superbly positioned 1930's semi-detached family home. Occupying an elevated position from the high street with a (manageable) front lawn and off road parking enough for two cars. This property is conveniently positioned within walking distance to many local amenities, with bus and train links also nearby.
As you approach the property you will notice the quirky 1930's style frontage with curved walls and large picture windows. There is a tarmacked driveway to the left of the house that meets a set of handsome double wooded gates, behind which is a discretely hidden rear garden. The tarmac driveway then continues onto a further area of parking with sandstone shingle. This property also there rare benefit of vehicular access to the rear of house.
As you enter the property you are greeted with a large light filled entrance hallway with wood effect flooring leading through to the dining room, it has plenty of space to store coats and a handy understairs cupboard.
To the right of the hallway you are met with a generously sized reception room with carpeted flooring, a beautiful chic working fireplace with a white tiled surround and dark wood mantel, the room is beautifully lit by a large 1930's style curved bay window. This room easily accommodates not only the usual traditional set of living room furniture but also has plenty of space for children's toys and storage.
The dining room which is equally blessed with natural light has its own working fireplace with storage to the side whilst a family dining table occupies the centre of the room and there is a double glazed door to the rear, accessing the lawned back garden. The dining room could easily be reconfigured by opening the wall into the kitchen and creating an even more modern and contemporary styled kitchen/diner, working for many modern families and sure to add value to the property.
The kitchen is situated to the rear of the property and comprises lightly coloured wood framed doors and country styled dark wood work tops, integrated fridge freezer, cooker, gas hob, overhead fan complimented by a quirky patterned tiled splashback and grey slate effect tiled flooring, the kitchen is accompanied by a separate utility room, with plumbing for a washing and drying machine and garden access.
The second floor has the same spacious feel, leading up the stairs you will notice a large landing area with light entering through a glazed window, there is a carpeted floor that continues into all three bedrooms. The bathroom is to the left of the landing and features a very stylish white suite comprising, full-length bath with overhead shower, basin, toilet whilst the pretty grey and white patterned flooring is light by an obscured glass window. The Master bedroom is another generous room with the added charm of a working fireplace and another magnificent, curved window of which overlooks the front lawn. The second bedroom is positioned towards the rear of the property with a very large picture window looking out onto the private back garden, accommodating space for the traditional bedroom furniture. The third and final room is towards the front elevation of the property accommodating a single bed and chest of drawers whilst having another picture window.
This property really is a wonderful family home, whilst having all the local amenities so close you have country walks along the strawberry lines just a stone throws away! This property really is an eye catcher and a rare opportunity to purchase a family home of this size and to this standard with no onward chain!
The North Somerset village of Yatton lies south of Bristol within easy daily commuting distance, by rail or road, with M5 motorway junctions 20 (Clevedon) and 21 (Weston-super-Mare) each only 10 minutes' drive away. The village is extremely well served by a great variety of facilities, which include lots of shops including a supermarket, a chemist, doctors, church, library, restaurants, takeaways and pubs. There is a junior and infants' school within the village, and secondary schooling is available at nearby Backwell. Public transport includes regular bus services and the station which gives mainline railway access to Bristol and out to London Paddington on a regular basis. For the long distance traveller, Bristol International Airport is a short drive away, now with low cost air flights and an international service to the USA. The countryside around is mainly farmland and with the Mendip Hills, the Yeo and Chew Valleys to the south and east, providing a huge variety of country pursuits including walking, riding, sailing and fishing. The area has a number of first rate golf courses, and the 4-star Doubletree by Hilton Cadbury House hotel, restaurant, spa and fitness centre is situated on the edge of the village.
From our offices in Congresbury head into Yatton, passing the Co-op on your right the property can be found on your left just after the turning for Derham Park.
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