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Set back from the road, in the most sought after historic village of Lower Langford, with front access via a pedestrian gate, and vehicular access via bespoke electric gates, the property is both private and secure. The front façade is beautifully symmetrical, befitting of the period, with a sizeable stone walled garden and flag stone pathways leading up to the elegant front door with handsome feature window. Once inside, the hallway is adorned with classic period features, striking Purbeck stone flooring and is flooded with light. To the right the dual aspect reception room is wonderfully sized and versatile, currently utilised as a second lounge, but previously used as a formal dining room. The room benefits from superb ceiling height, beautiful sash windows with working period shutters, original cast iron fireplace and attractive oak flooring. Across the hall, the principal reception room, with oak floor, again benefits from a marvellous dual aspect, with a Jetmaster wood burner offering a stunning focal point with solid wood surround and slate hearth. The room is fantastically proportioned, but nevertheless offers a cosy and attractive living room.
To the rear of the property, and undoubtedly the hub of this beautiful home, the magnificent kitchen, dining, living space looks out over the immaculate gardens. This space runs the width of the property, and is incredibly well designed, executed and presented. Currently zoned to allow distinct purpose for family living with underfloor heating throughout, the designer Neptune kitchen is located to the left. This space comprises a comprehensive range of stylish wall and base cupboards, inclusive of both display and drawer units. A striking Silestone quartz worktop compliments this, alongside a desirable island unit with inset Belfast sink, insinkerator and Quooker hot water tap. A Rangemaster cooker is conveniently located along the back wall, with neighbouring Neff electric oven and plentiful preparation space. Double doors to the side offer access out to a sheltered alfresco dining area, whilst a quaint window seat has been created opposite the aforementioned kitchen island. The expansive dining space offers a wonderful area for a large table, with inset spotlights and a fitted dresser unit alongside the American style fridge/freezer. The real gem to this space however is the David Salisbury orangery, which sits beautifully between the kitchen and dining areas. The orangery itself is predominately glazed with magnificent roof lantern and two sets of double doors giving fantastic access out to the patios and lawn beyond. The utility room is located back off the dining space with fitted Neptune units, Belfast sink and feature window. A fashionable downstairs cloakroom is adjacent to this and includes metro tiles, modern white suite as well as further storage.
The hallway houses the attractive period staircase, which in turn leads up to the first floor half landing. Immediately to the left, the primary guest bedroom is a fantastic size with sympathetic fitted wardrobes and desirable plantation shutters. Situated across the landing, the master bedroom is well laid out with both en-suite and walk-in wardrobe facility. The en-suite comprises a modern shower cubicle with fitted wash basin, low level W/C and dual fuel heated towel rail and under floor heating. The walk-in wardrobe has a comprehensive rack of rails and ample storage space. Located to the rear of the house, the three further bedrooms are all accommodating of double beds with neutral décor, plantation shutters and characterful features. The stunning family bathroom services these rooms and is beautifully appointed. The space incorporates a statement freestanding bath with sumptuous walk-in shower with rainfall fitment, as well as contemporary sink, low level w/c and heated towel rail.
The house sits centrally within the historic village of Lower Langford in the parish of Burrington. Local amenities iclude: shops, a fuel station, pubs, restaurants and excellent primary schools. The neighbouring village of Churchill offers an outstanding secondary school and sports centre. Langford offers an idyllic country feel yet is approximately 14 miles from Bristol, M5 (J21) 7 miles, Wells 12 miles, and Bristol International Airport 5 miles. Yatton train station is approximately 4 miles with Nailsea & Backwell train station approximately 9 miles away. A host of sporting, social and recreational facilities are found within the area and riding on The Mendip Hills is unparalleled in the North Somerset area. The renowned Blagdon and Chew Valley Lakes are also nearby.
Externally there is parking for multiple cars adjacent to the outbuilding. The outbuilding comprises a gym/office with Kardean flooring and fully fitted electrics, as well as a separate garage with up-and-over door. The rear garden is wonderfully maintained with a predominantly flat lawned area with attractive shrubs and sun terrace. The aforementioned al fresco dining area is situated to the side and leads round to the front garden which is superbly established and private.
Detached Georgian family home
Four further bedrooms
Contemporary open-plan kitchen-diner
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