Situated on this quiet and tranquil cul-de-sac in an elevated position, this detached home offers superb panoramic views over Long Ashton and the valley towards Dundry, as well as backing onto local woodland adjacent to Long Ashton Golf Course. This well-maintained home offers light and versatile accommodation set in a generous plot allowing for further extension or development if needed. Mainly the accommodation is on the ground floor which includes a double aspect sitting room, an extended L-shaped kitchen/dining room with glazed gable end wall, a further reception room currently used as a music room which could be used as a bedroom, a family bathroom and a guest bedroom which could be used as a study. The first floor accommodates two generous bedrooms and a first floor WC. Aside from the superb location, this home benefits from fully owned solar thermal panels providing hot water, and solar PV which produce an average annual payment of £964 from the national grid. This payment is contracted to the property until 2037 (an income of c£17,000)
The front of the property is approached via a concrete driveway with access to a large single garage with up and over door and power and light. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with secure access to the rear via both sides of the property. Steps lead up to the front door where there is also a balcony to take in the fabulous views from. The rear garden is one of the largest on the road and is mainly laid to lawn, with patio area immediately off the kitchen/dining room with wood store. The garden is ideal for the keen gardener with a range of planting beds, garden pond and vegetable garden with a variety of fruit trees to include; Bramley, Blenheim Orange and Cox Apple, Medlar, Greengage, Victoria Plum, Morello Cherry, Crabapple, and fruit bushes including Blackcurrant, Redcurrant, Gooseberry and Rhubarb. A pathway dissects the garden leading to a level area at the rear of the garden with large woodstore, timber-framed greenhouse, timber-framed shed, and polytunnel. The rear boundary is secured via a stone wall and mature trees with steps up to a secure wooden gate allowing for direct access into the woodland at the rear of the property. A further path leads back to a further secluded patio area.
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.