Late 18th century, Grade II Listed, Regency style house, formerly part of Fishers Lodge, on the outskirts of the highly desirable Chew Magna. The house boasts approx 0.29 acres of gardens, single garage and a wealth of period features.
This handsome period house has been in the same family for over 20 years, having been created by dividing the original Fishers House into two dwellings. Archways comprises the eastern half of this late 18th century, Grade II listed Regency style house and is set behind a walled garden. The intricately decorated portico entrance leads into the welcoming hall with stone flags, and into the two original reception rooms either side, one serving as a dining room, the other as a sitting room, and both with open fireplaces, bay window, French doors onto the garden and working wooden shutters. The sitting room leads into second reception / family room, and the dining room to the kitchen, utility and downstairs cloakroom. Stairs from the dining room lead up to the first floor, where there are two spacious double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Finally on the second floor there is a generous landing area, two further double bedrooms and a second bathroom.
The fabulous walled gardens are a real stand out feature of this property. Overlooking fields and the rolling Chew Valley countryside opposite, the plot measures 0.29 acres and comprises of a large lawned area, with mature trees and flower beds, plus a rear courtyard and shed storage. There is also a separate garage providing parking.
Archways is located on Tunbridge Road, just on the outskirts of the highly desirable village of Chew Magna. Located in the Chew Valley, Chew Magna a large village situated on the edge of the Mendips Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, within 9 miles of Bristol City, 5 miles of Bristol International Airport, 12 miles of Bath and 14 miles of Wells. Local land marks include the picturesque Chew Valley Lake and Blagdon Lake, and the area offers fishing, sailing, countryside walks, historic villages to explore and a wide variety of places to eat, drink and stay. Within the village there is a local primary, 3 pubs, delicatessen and plenty of local shops.
18th Century Grade II Listed house
Fabulous gardens over 0.29 acres
Many original period features
4 double bedrooms