A generously proportioned and well maintained family home. Situated on the edge of the popular development of Dairy Way in Chew Stoke, looking out onto the communal gardens.
The property was built in 2010 by the highly regarded and award winning developer Charles Church and since new, the appeal of this development has continued to grow.
No.12 opens into a large entrance hallway with the dining room on the left and the dual aspect sitting room on the right. There is also a downstairs cloak room and stairwell leading to the first floor.
To the rear of the property is the kitchen/breakfast room. A good sized space which opens into the rear garden. There is also a separate utility room and study.
Upstairs the master suite is a very generous sized room which benefits from an en suite. The second bedroom is also a large size and also benefits from an en suite with a double shower tray. There are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
External stairs lead up to the front door which takes you into a newly fitted kitchen. There is a door leading into the modern newly fitted shower room with storage in the eaves. The sitting room/bedroom is of a good size and full of light and also benefits from eaves storage
The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a recently fitted natural stone patio area which is ideal for alfresco dining. The garden also benefits from a greenhouse and an enclosed walled vegetable patch.
12 Dairy Way is situated in the heart of Chew Stoke, which is a popular Somerset village in the Chew Valley close to the foothills of the Mendips. Amenities within walking distance in the village include a medical practice, nursery, local shop, garage, public house and an Indian restaurant. The highly regarded village primary school is also within walking distance as is the renowned Chew Valley secondary school.
The neighbouring village of Chew Magna has a good range of local shops including a well-stocked supermarket, master butcher, coffee shop, travel agent, post office and a bank. There are also four public houses nearby, one of which (The Pony and Trap) has been awarded a Michelin star.
The village’s situation in the Chew Valley offers commuters excellent access to the regional centre of Bristol which is 8 miles to the north and the Heritage City of Bath which is 15 miles to the east. The Cathedral City of Wells, which offers further facilities, is 12 miles to the south.
The Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes are close by, notable for their fishing, birdlife, sailing and nature study amenities. The Mendip hills, well known for their limestone features, provide a wide range of informal leisure opportunities.
High speed rail services to London Paddington are available from Bristol Temple Meads and Bath Spa whilst Bristol International Airport is just a few miles away.
Mains Water, Drainage, Electricity and Gas Fired Central Heating.
Bath and North East Somerset Council
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the Vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale, although some may be available to the purchaser if required at valuation.
Strictly by appointment with the Vendor’s Agent, Killens.