Dating back to the mid-1800s, this handsome, stone-built restored former Farmhouse is located at the western end of the Chew Valley in a convenient position offering in excess of 3000 square foot of accommodation, grounds approaching two acres, detached out-building, detached stable block with beautiful views to be enjoyed in all directions. This exceptional family home is presented to an excellent standard throughout and has been refurbished sympathetically to enjoy modern conveniences such as central heating and double-glazed windows, whilst retaining the character of its past including, a stunning inglenook fireplace, flagstone floors, exposed stonework and exposed lime-washed beams. The accommodation is spacious and flexible, and briefly includes four reception rooms; A sitting room, snug, dining room and games room/home office as well as farmhouse style kitchen breakfast room with adjoining utility/boot room and WC. The first floor comprises three generous double bedrooms, one with recently upgraded contemporary en-suite, plus a luxury family bathroom. The second floor houses the master bedroom with upgraded en-suite and a large guest room with further en-suite and walk-in storage. The property equally may appeal to those looking for a large family home or dual occupancy or those looking for equestrian usage
The private grounds of c1.7 acres are approached via electrically operated double wooden gates to a gravel and block-paved parking area for several vehicles. There is a further five-bar gate accessing additional gravel parking which can be accessed separately from Kingston Lane. The landscaped rear gardens are a delight and are an ideal spot for family entertaining and for children to play. The level lawn includes well-stocked borders and are enclosed via a stone wall and fencing. There is also a hexagonal timber-built BBQ hut with wood flooring, a central firepit with cast iron chimney with three double glazed windows. A five-bar wooden gate and fencing separates and gives access to a small paddock enclosed by mature trees with a gate in the stone wall which leads into a larger paddock, (c1 acre) further enclosed by fencing. Another ideal entertaining spot is off the kitchen. A private courtyard with flagstone flooring lends itself to al-fresco dining with the benefit of a hot tub and further raised decking area.
The driveway offers access to two stone-built outbuildings. One detached storage building with power and light and then a larger detached stable block with two stables, both with power and light, plus pitched roof. There is gated side access to a large level hard-standing which would be an ideal spot to park a horse box or other vehicles
Grove Farm is located at the western end of the Chew Valley on the outskirts of the village of Winford. The village still enjoys a community feeling centred around the Primary School and village Church. There is also a popular Inn with restaurant and busy Post Office Stores. Further everyday needs are catered for in Chew Magna to the east where there is a Health Centre, late night Opening Stores. Chew Valley is unique in the West Country, comprising some thirty-five thousand acres of unspoilt and protected countryside which occupies the middle ground of the Bath, Bristol and Wells triangle. Dominating the scene are the Chew Valley and Blagdon Lakes, notable for their fishing, birdlife, sailing and nature study amenities. The villages in the Valley are all unspoilt and each has its individual charm and character. Only seven miles to the north of the Chew Valley is the City of Bristol, the West Country's financial and business centre, whilst the charming City of Bath with its Roman origins and Georgian architectural masterpieces is under half an hour's drive to the East. On the southern side of the Mendips is the historic City of Wells, England's smallest, with its ancient Cathedral. The region is well served by excellent Inter City Rail Links and the M4/M5 links to the rest of the Country. Bristol Airport is some three miles to the west.