Arranged over three interesting floors, the accommodation is spacious and versatile. Entering with property from the side, via an attractive farmhouse styled door you arrive into a spacious open plan living/dining room with a lovely dual aspect and pretty window seats. To one end a graceful fireplace takes centre stage with a gorgeous cast iron stove, imported from Scandinavia baring the inscription 'Eg grev ned min eld sent om kveld naar dagen er slut gud gje min eld alder slokna ut' which roughly translates to 'I dug down my fire late at night when the day is over, god let my fire age go out'! The features don't stop there, for exposed timber beams and rustic wooden floorboards add even more interest to the room.
Beyond the living room a door leads through to a neat kitchen featuring shaker styled units and a wood block worktop. There is a delightful traditional Belfast sink, double eye level ovens, gas hob, dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer. The kitchen units are complimented by a chic metro tiled splash back and although bijou the kitchen is incredibly user friendly with a door to the shared outside courtyard and a discrete hidden door rising to the first floor.
Situated on the first floor are two double bedrooms and the family bathroom. As you might expect both bedrooms are packed with character, with painted wooden floorboards and lovely window seats. There is a handy store cupboard to bedroom one and fitted traditional wardrobes to bedroom two. The family bathroom is simply wonderful and features a classic three piece white suite, attractive tongue and groove panelled wall and some great bespoke features.
Finally on the top floor accessed via another discrete staircase is a spacious studio/loft room which has an altogether more contemporary feel, with well positioned skylights and a dormer windows showering the space in excellent natural light. Currently being utilised by our vendors as a home office/music room it is a great size to be utilised as a third bedroom or even a second sitting room.
Outside, there is a shared courtyard with pedestrian access and decked sun terrace. Although a communal space it is a lovely area to chat to your neighbours over a cup of tea or simply recline with a good book.
he 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.