Located on a small cul-de-sac of seven other homes within Flax Bourton, this fabulous end of terrace mews style home forms part of the prestigious Farleigh Green Development. This two bedroom home is set within an imposing period building that was originally built around c1837 and sympathetically converted c15 years ago to create a quality home of distinction with a wealth of charm and character. Its position gives the potential buyer the best of both worlds situated on the outskirts of the thriving City of Bristol yet surrounded by open countryside and farmland with beautiful walks and designated off road cycle paths. The spacious accommodation, with its fantastic high ceilings to all rooms and sash windows with deep sills set in Bath Stone quoins, offers an imposing sitting room, fitted kitchen / dining area which includes base and wall units, a four ring gas hob, space for a washing machine and dishwasher as well as an integrated fridge and single oven. An attractive turned stairwell leads upstairs, the master with en-suite shower room, and a recently fitted partly tiled bathroom with heated towel rail. Outside can be found pleasant gardens with access from the side as well a single garage and allocated parking to the side and front of the property.
The popular village of Flax Bourton is situated some five miles to the south west of the city, proving an extremely convenient position for the commuter. The village of Flax Bourton offers an active village community with a village hall, public house, church and well-tended cricket pitch and is extremely popular with families. Schooling is provided at the Flax Bourton Church of England Primary School which has recently received an outstanding rating from Ofsted, whilst the village is firmly in the catchment for the well-renowned Backwell Secondary School. There are a number of independent schools available locally including the Downs Preparatory School in nearby Wraxall and Fairfield School in Backwell. Within Bristol itself there are a number of highly regarded independent schools including Clifton College, Bristol Grammar and QEH. A number of recreational facilities are close at hand for those that enjoy walking, cycling or riding with miles of bridleways, public footpaths and acres of open countryside on the doorstep. There are several excellent Golf Courses nearby along with a David Lloyd Health & Leisure Centre situated within 4 miles in Long Ashton. Nailsea provides an excellent spot for your Waitrose or Tesco shop whilst Backwell and Long Ashton provide the more day-to-day conveniences. Access to the city centre along the A370 (Long Ashton bypass) proves to be an excellent link road. Festival Way cycle path provides a safe cycle way to Nailsea and central Bristol, whilst Nailsea/Backwell railway station is around 2.5 miles away. This station provides access to Bristol Temple Meads and onto London Paddington. Access to the motorway network at Junction 19 of the M5 motorway is within six miles whilst Bristol International Airport is situated approximately seven miles away