Situated in an elevated position enjoying superb views to the south and south-west over the valley as well as to the east back towards Bristol this five-bedroom 1920s property is beautifully presented by the current owner and retains period features such as picture rails, restored fireplaces and 1920’s reclaimed doors. Offering extremely flexible accommodation over three storeys, the ground floor offers an open-plan kitchen/dining/sun room, pleasant sitting room with bay window, wc and laundry room, three bedrooms, bathroom and WC to the first floor plus two further bedrooms sharing a jack-and-jill en-suite on the second floor.
The front is approached via a tarmac driveway allowing off-street parking for 2-3 vehicles and is enclosed by a stone wall and a well-kept front garden. From the kitchen/dining/sunroom, bi-fold doors take you to a decked terrace with steps down to a further larger decked terrace ideal for al-fresco dining. Five further steps lead to a large level lawn which is well-manicured with well-tended to borders and a variety of shrubs and plants. A gate at the bottom of the garden gives access to further rear private driveway accessed from Rayens Cross Road, plus there is plenty of storage provided by an under-croft storage area, two further storage sheds and outdoor store, plus secure side access gate.
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.