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Situated in Chestnut Park, a highly regarded new home development on the westerly outskirts of Yatton, the property enjoys a fantastic convenient position to take advantage of the many excellent local amenities as well as easy access to Bristol via train or road and the coast with the thriving seaside towns of Portishead and Clevedon just a short drive away.
This three bedroom house occupies a generous, almost corner position, with a larger than average front garden, south facing rear garden, and a lovely open aspect. Approached to the front via attractive stone pathway you enter into the reception hallway where stairs rise to the first floor and a period style six panelled door leads through to the living room. This attractive light and airy room feature's Livyn Oak quickstep vinyl flooring which spans throughout the entire ground floor and the room also benefits from a useful under-stairs cupboard. To rear of the living room is the kitchen/breakfast room, a super contemporary space fitted with a sleek Symphony designer kitchen with a square edged counter top and contrasting symphony black glass splashback. The kitchen features an eye level Bosch fan oven & grill, Siemens touch control induction hob and space for an upright fridge/freezer. Off the kitchen/breakfast room is a useful utility area with plumbing for white goods as well as the gas boiler and a handy cloakroom. To the rear of the room a pair of wonderful French doors, flanked by two floor to ceiling windows bathe the kitchen in exceptional natural light, from its lovely south aspect and the kitchen has more than enough space for a breakfast/dining table.
On the first floor are the three well proportioned bedrooms which include a fabulous master bedroom with a chic en-suite shower room and glazed fronted wardrobes, and two further bedrooms which share use of a smart family bathroom fitted with a modern contemporary white suite with Thermostatic shower over the bath via a high level handset and beautifully finished with full height tiling.
Outside, the property is blessed with a larger than average front garden, laid to lawn with ample off street parking and single garage to the side. There is a side door for ease of access to the garage from the rear garden and the garage has the benefits of light and power. In addition to the benefit of power in the garage there is also an outside tap and the property features PV solar panels on the roof. The rear garden which has a lovely south facing orientation has been laid to a high grade artificial lawn, giving a lush green appearance all year round and saving copious amounts of time for those who are not naturally green figured. EPC rating B.
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.
Heading through Yatton from Congresbury, go over the railway bridge and head straight over the mini roundabout, at the next roundabout take the second exit onto Wheatear Road. Moorhen Road can be found on the left and 55 is down the road on the left hand side.
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