A truly beautiful Victorian home, full of character and personality with brilliantly sized accommodation. The property has an exposed stone appearance with large windows, flooding the house light.
The entrance to the property is through the front porch into the hallway with original floor tiles and a stunning stained glass inner door which immediately greet you with the character present throughout the property. The entrance hallway opens to all the rooms on the ground floor and has the beautiful stairwell leading to the upstairs landing.
To the front of the house are the sitting room and dining room. The sitting room is a fantastic size with exposed floorboards and feature wood burning stove. This space feels incredibly welcoming and has all the traditional Victorian features expected, a picture rail, high ceilings and coving.
The dining room is effectively a mirror image of the sitting room, again a fantastic size, high ceilings, floorboards and, this time, an open fireplace. The dining room also opens into the kitchen, helping create a social space ideal for socialising and dining.
The kitchen is a mixture of wall and base units, a useful island creating more storage space with a breakfast bar and a gas range cooker tucked away in the original stove alcove. The kitchen also has views over the garden and surrounding village.
The ground floor also benefits from a smaller room, which is currently being used as a home studio/ office and a downstairs bathroom, which has a wash hand basin, toilet, full size spa bath with shower over and a Victorian fireplace which is now a beautiful decorative feature.
Upstairs via the landing are four double bedrooms, all of good sizes. All bedrooms have the high ceilings, original doors and large windows helping create lovely light spaces. The first floor also has a bathroom, which has a roll top bath, shower, toilet and wash hand basin.
On the lower ground floor are the very useful cellar rooms. One is currently being used as a storeroom, the other is used as a laundry room, with the original cast iron pump, laundry copper and flagstone flooring.
Outside, Rosebank has pretty rear gardens which have a mixture of lawn, and patio, ideal for alfresco dining. There are two sheds and an attached outbuilding, which is ideal for storage. There is also the potential to create more living space if required, subject to all the relevant permissions.
There is ample off-street parking which can accommodate four cars and side access to the rear garden.
The vibrant village of Pensford lies on the fringe of the Chew Valley. Although only a small village it has a well regarded Primary School, two Public Houses and a Parish Church.
The village is also well known for its historical Viaduct that lies just to the rear of one of the Public Houses. Bristol and Bath are both within daily commuting distance.
The village of Chew Magna is just 2 miles away where most village facilities can be found.
Stanton Drew is a short distance away by car with its own historical stone circles, and the Chew Valley Lakes are close by where there are recreational facilities such as fishing, sailing and bird watching. The Mendip hills also offer many walks and horse riding.
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