This superb 1920’s period property is situated in a much sought-after location in this popular village location enjoying beautifully landscaped rear gardens. This much-loved and immaculately presented family home offers spacious accommodation and sits in an extremely generous plot allowing for further extensions if required (subject to planning consent). The accommodation to the ground floor includes a generous sitting room with bay window, a dining room, modern fitted kitchen and ground floor WC. The first floor contains three double bedrooms, the master of which is fitted out with a range of fitted wardrobes and shower plus there is a family bathroom. The useful loft space has also been converted to provide a 4th bedroom or home office. Properties of this nature always prove popular, so your early viewing is most highly recommended.
The front is approached via a manicured front garden with a variety of shrubs and a block-paved driveway with off-street parking for several vehicles that allows access to the detached garage with pitched roof, power, light and double-glazed window to the rear and side. Wooden fencing gives access to the rear garden. The delightful and beautiful rear gardens have been meticulously landscaped and measures approximately 120ft in length by 35ft and is extremely private being enclosed by fencing to each side and rear. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a patio area that is accessed immediately from the dining room and kitchen and offers a great space for alfresco dining with a cascading slate water-fall feature and wood store. From the patio it leads onto a large level lawn with raised stone wall and well-tended to borders. The garden is divided by vine-covered pergola and secluded patio area with open fire-pit and barbeque area. The other side of the pergola is a further large expanse of level lawn with an apple tree with circular bench. There are two garden sheds and green house in addition to a store room attached to the house with plumbing and power currently used a utility room.
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.