Situated on the edge of this small cul-de-sac, this three-bedroom semi-detached home is initially very deceptive in what is on offer. A well-maintained family home enjoying a rare and generous corner plot with mature and extremely private south-west facing gardens and open aspect to the rear affording open views over the local countryside. The large plot allows for further extensions if required and was recognised by the current owners who gained full planning permission to carry out a double storey side extension. The application lapsed in 2017. Parking is provided to the front with private driveway and single garage.
Internally the light and spacious accommodation includes a sitting room with full-height window and wood burner, an open-plan kitchen/dining room with sliding doors leading out on to the garden and further access to a side porch acting as a very useful boot room. The first-floor landing offers a great view from a side elevation window and benefits from a useful airing cupboard as well as ceiling hatch to a part-boarded loft housing gas combination boiler installed in 2010. There are three bedrooms, the master benefitting from built-in wardrobes and open aspect to the front, whilst the rear bedroom has the best views in the house over local countryside, also with further built-in wardrobes. There is also a further bedroom with front aspect and a modern tiled family bathroom with shower over bath and built-in storage with basin and WC.
The mature rear garden spans the outer corner of the plot and is larger than the average in the area. Its delightful open aspect provides privacy with hedging as boundaries, mature shrubs, semi-circular raised patio area and large expanse of lawn. There are a variety of fruit trees including two eating apple trees, two cooking apple trees, blackcurrant and gooseberry bushes. There is a further patio to the side and an outside store. The property also benefits from owned Solar panels installed in 2011 gaining £800 per annum from the feed-in-tariff.
Surrounded by rolling countryside, Long Ashton lies just a few miles south west of Bristol and enjoys facilities to include a library, supermarket, post office, baker and wine merchant amongst others. Whether it is a relaxed or faster pace of life you are looking for Long Ashton has the answer. The beautiful Ashton Court Estate with its deer park and acres of open space ideal for walking, cycling or riding; three reputable golf courses; a good choice of pubs and, of course, Clifton Village with all it has to offer is on a matter of minutes away. For those with families, Long Ashton and the surrounding areas have a wide choice of highly regarded primary, secondary and independent schools.