Looking for that escape to the country experience or have you always dreamt of views over the iconic suspension bridge from your bedroom in the morning? If the answer is yes then this property may be just what you have been waiting for. Set in an elevated position with outstanding views over Bristol and surrounding countryside Windy Ridge has much to offer from its spacious and well planned interior to its sizeable gardens (in excess of 0.5 of an acre), garage, excellent off road parking and not forgetting those superb views.
The front is mainly gravelled and terraced for easy maintenance with steps and a pathway to the front door. Side access is provided to the rear where the gardens are laid predominantly to extensive lawn and boast a generous raised patio area and a part-decked area with pergola ideal for entertaining all enjoying the views with the whole being encompassed by mature shrubbery borders. There is a wooden storage shed and a greenhouse adjacent to the detached single garage which can be accessed via a driveway that lies adjacent to the house and there is additional parking created at the front of the property.
The sought-after village of Dundry sits in an elevated position providing some of the best views of Bristol and the surrounding Countryside and on a good day even across to Wales and the Severn Crossings. Situated within 5 miles of Central Bristol Dundry offers a piece of semi-rural living with bridleways and acres of public footpaths on the doorstep whilst being situated on the outskirts of a thriving city. The village amenities include a popular gastro-pub, primary school, Parish Church and is in the catchment to the well-acclaimed schools in the nearby Chew Valley. Whilst there are further independent schooling options in Bristol. The nearby, Bristol International Airport provides an extensive schedule of flights to most European and some long haul destinations and Bristol Temple Meads Train Station offers an extensive rail service to a number of cities nationwide. Within close proximity the Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes provide a host of activities whilst the nearby Mendips are popular and boast great walking, riding and un-spoilt nature.