Perrymead is a charming four bedroom stone built property originating from the 1700s with significant additions. Set in the most delightful peaceful location with wonderful countryside views. The property is accessed via a five bar gate which leads to the gravelled driveway where there is ample parking.
Upon entering through the front door, there is a handsome hallway which in turn leads into the wonderful light “live in” kitchen with underfloor heating. The bespoke kitchen has been well designed with a stylish island creating a breakfast bar, there is space for a kitchen table and soft chairs. Trio sliding doors open onto the sunny terrace where the beautiful views can be enjoyed - of Chew Valley, Burledge Hill Fort, oak woodlands and Dutchy organic pastureland with SSRI protection and all within the Mendip and Chew Valley AONB catchment.
Following on from the kitchen lies the sunny south facing dining room. The large dual aspect sitting room can also be found off the main entrance hall and this features a large inglenook fireplace with a woodburning stove and french doors that open onto the south facing front garden. The ground floor also offers a utility/boot room, rear hall and cloakroom with herringbone oak flooring. A fourth bedroom is linked from the rear hall via a short staircase
On the first floor there are three light double bedrooms, each with fantastic views over the beautiful Chew Valley countryside and towards the Mendip Hills. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and there is also a good sized family bathroom.
Outbuildings & Grounds
The gardens are well kept with many mature plants and trees. There is a large paved area to the rear of the house where you can sit and enjoy the fabulous views. As well as the barn which has been converted there is scope to convert the adjoining stone barn to make this a separate two/three bedroom property, subject to relevant planning permissions. There are a further range of attractive stone outbuildings, all of which have many uses.
The paddock is short walk from the house, with a wooden stable and stone field shelter. It also has a natural water course with foot bridge across to the chew river footpath. The current owners have recently planted a mix of widely spaced English native trees in one section
Perrymead is nestled in the sought after hamlet of South Widcombe, which is between the Chew Valley villages of East Harptree, Hinton Blewett and Bishop Sutton. Within walking distance is the delightful Farm Shop in Bishop Sutton and the villages offer all the local amenities needed for day to day living including well stocked stores, post offices, doctors surgeries, churches, lovely country pubs and schools. Chew Magna also offers many amenities and great places to eat out.
The property is ideally located for those commuting to Bristol, Bath and the local market towns. The regional centre of Bristol is 13 miles to the north whilst the Heritage City of Bath is 14 miles to the north east. The Cathedral City of Wells offers further facilities and is 8 miles to the south. Mainline rail services to London Paddington are available from Bristol (98 minutes) and Bath (85 minutes). Bristol International Airport lies approximately 10 miles to the west, giving convenient access to regular internal and international flights.
Superfast Truespeed 900mbps with physical firewall and Ubiquiti mesh wifi broadband throughout the property and barn
Mains water & electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage (Biodigester).
Energy Performance Certificate D
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens 01275333993
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale