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Situated on a quiet no-through road, this characterful individually designed house offers versatile family living with large driveway and detached garage. The immediate environment surrounding the property feels incredibly rural with views of St Anne’s Church and the adjacent Siston brook. The property is gated for both pedestrian and vehicular access with decked pathway to the front door and fully gravelled driveway. Once inside and immediately to the left, the principal reception room benefits from wood effect vinyl flooring and twin French doors leading out to a westerly facing decked terrace. Back across the hall the playroom/study is dual aspect, which offers a multipurpose space. Situated further down the hall, the downstairs cloakroom comprises low level w/c and wash hand basin, whilst opposite is the fully fitted utility room with stainless steel sink and plumbing for washing machine, as well as housing the boiler. Located to the rear of the property and spanning the full width of the house is the kitchen, breakfast room. The space comprises contemporary base and wall units with modern worktop, tiled splashbacks and stainless steel sink. Further benefits include electric oven with countertop hob, as well as integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher. The adjacent dining space is flooded with light, and again benefits from wooden flooring, with French doors leading out to the aforementioned decking.
On the first floor a galleried landing gives access to all four bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom is wonderfully proportioned with dual aspect and rural outlook. This room benefits from adjoining en-suite which comprises modern corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level w/c. The three further bedrooms are all neutrally carpeted with attractive fitted white blinds. The family bathroom offers a fitted white suite comprising bath, freestanding shower, wash hand basin and low level w/c. Further benefits include heated towel rail, contemporary tiled floor and frosted window.
Oldland Common is a desirable village to the south east of Bristol, with access on to the A4174 ring road, giving direct access to the M32, M4 and M5 motorways. Traditionally a small and rural community, it offers fantastic access to both Bristol and Bath, whilst offering great local facilities. The abundance of surrounding green space and parks allows for great walks and cycling routes, whilst reputable local schools include Oldland Pre-School and Sir Bernard Lovell Academy make it a popular location for families.
Externally the deck, which is accessed from both main reception rooms, offers a wonderful space for alfresco dining, given its westerly orientation and vantage point. The wraparound garden is predominately laid to lawn and enclosed by wooden fence. The detached garage is situated to the far corner and benefits from up-and-over door and eave storage.
Open plan kitchen/breakfast room
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