This beautiful Grade II Listed 18th Century period property is full of charm and characterful features also boasting excellent accommodation, making it the perfect family home.
Comprising on the ground floor of a large tiled entrance hall, leading on the left to the country-style kitchen with central island, Aga, and slate flooring. To the right of the hallway is the formal reception room with open fireplace. To the rear of the house, the rooms have been opened up to create a fabulous family area encompassing a dining room with French windows opening out onto the rear garden, and a second sitting room.
To the first floor is a spacious landing from which can be found the principal bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing room, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Furthermore, accessed from the garden is a self-contained studio apartment annex with bedroom and shower room, with the potential to be used as a very profitable Airbnb, extra accommodation for the main house or a home office.
The rear garden is beautifully enclosed with a stone wall and a number of shrubs and low trees providing year-round foliage. There is a lawn, ideal for al fresco dining, a number of hidden garden areas, a pond and a further well stocked side garden which would appeal to a keen gardener. As well as double gated access to the rear garden, there is also a detached double garage accessed from the side of the property.
Situated on an idyllic cul de sac opposite Long Ashton Church, this is a peaceful spot in the popular village of Long Ashton and within 2 miles of Bristol, proving to be particularly convenient for commuters. The village has an active community and includes a choice of shops, primary schools, public houses and churches. Bristol City Centre is within two and a half miles with Temple Meads main line railway station providing regular London connections. Motorway access at either junction 19 of the M5 or junction 3 of the M32 can both be found within three and a half miles. Bristol International Airport is within seven miles to the south-west.
Grade II Listed family house
Picturesque village setting
An array of period features
West facing walled garden