Built by a highly regarded and reputable local builder, this bespoke detached home has been finished to an exemplary standard and enjoys spectacular southerly views. Situated in a small cul-de-sac in an elevated position, the views to the south are over Long Ashton and over the rolling countryside towards Dundry and to the East, towards Bristol City Centre. This exceptional home, which having been built in 2017 still retains over 8 years of a BuildMark building warranty and benefits from high-quality finishes, such as powder-coated, aluminium framed windows throughout, oak flooring, under-floor heating throughout and galvanised chrome guttering and downpipes. The internal accommodation is extremely spacious and light with the ground floor offering two generous interchangeable reception rooms with full-height glazed wall, double opening doors giving access to a decked roof terrace making the most of the southerly aspect and fantastic views. The spacious open-plan kitchen/dining/family room is finished to a high specification and is a great place for family socialising and entertaining, again with tri-fold doors taking in the vista! There is also a ground floor WC and welcoming hallway. The lower ground floor houses versatile accommodation including five generous bedrooms and garden room. The master enjoys a contemporary en-suite with three bedrooms being serviced by the luxurious family bathroom. The fifth bedroom also benefits from contemporary en-suite facilities and offers the option for an indulgent guest suite or could even be used as a self-contained annex for a dependant relative with the useful utility room adjacent becoming a kitchenette. There is also a versatile garden room which leads straight out in to the garden via tri-fold doors which could be a pleasant home office.
The south-facing rear garden is accessed via the garden room where there is an extremely private patio area to enjoy the superb aspect from. The garden extends out into a level lawn again with panoramic views encompassing the countryside and views towards Bristol. There is a large garden shed and under-croft storage under a decking area. There are two further shallow tiers, one laid to lawn and one ideal for a vegetable plot, that lead up to a further private patio area accessed from the guest bedroom/bedroom five and steps to the side leading up to the front of the house. Off-street parking for three to four cars is provided by a level hard-standing.
Long Ashton lies c3 to 4 miles South-West of Central Bristol and is surrounded by rolling countryside situated in the village of Long Ashton enjoying a semi-rural setting, but far from isolation. Being close to the main village amenities which offers an active community, Long Ashton enjoys facilities to include a library, co-op supermarket, post office, baker, farm shop, doctors and dental surgery and wine merchant amongst others. For larger supermarkets there is a Waitrose in nearby Nailsea and Sainsburys in Ashton Gate. 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 is less than a mile away, plus there is the delightful Ashton Hill Woods on the South-Western side of the village; what more could you want? You’re a heart-beat away from the city, and yet have all the advantages of rural living, with 850 acres of bridleways, woodland and nature reserves literally on your doorstep. With three reputable golf courses (Bristol & Clifton, Long Ashton & Woodspring); a David Lloyd Sports Centre, a good choice of pubs and, of course, Clifton Village with all it has to offer is only a matter of minutes away. For those with families, Long Ashton and the surrounding areas have a wide choice of highly regarded day nurseries, primary, secondary schools, as well as an excellent array of private/independent schools locally (The Downs School in nearby Wraxall) and in Central Bristol including the well-renowned Clifton College. Long Ashton is superbly located for the commuter with convenient access into Bristol via the A370, regular bus links into the city, plus the Festival Way cycle path. The village is also well-placed for Motorway access with the M32 (c4 miles) linking to the M4 corridor, M5 (c5 miles) via J19, plus only being c5 miles from Bristol International Airport and c5 miles in the opposite direction to Bristol Temple Meads providing national rail links.