Mendip View was built originally by a builder for himself. The property is built with great quality and features a unique layout. There are lovely country walks almost on the doorstep, yet the property is within easy reach of the centre of the village and within a short drive to Bristol.
The accommodation comprises a superb entrance hall leading you to most of the downstairs accommodation.
To one side of the property there is a dining area which is opens into a sitting room. From the sitting room there are double doors which lead to a beautiful conservatory that overlooks the property's gardens.
At the back of property the property there is a modern kitchen that offers enough space for a breakfast table, the kitchen also benefits from a useful utility room positioned next door and proving access to the rear of the building. The downstairs accommodation is completed with a large double bedroom, serviced by its own ensuite shower room, and a further reception room which could be used as a study, play room or even another bedroom.
The first floor offers three bedrooms, all of which benefit from countryside views. The master bedroom is particularly impressive and is of a very generous size with eaves storage. The bedrooms are all serviced by a family bathroom.
The gardens wrap around the house and offer plenty of seating areas for catching the sun at different times of the day. They are mainly laid to lawn and
benefit from an array of budding fruit trees; various flowers and mature shrub borders.
To the front of the property there is ample off street parking and access into the detached double garage.
Dundry is a North Somerset village situated on Dundry Hill, in the northern part of the Mendip Hills, between Bristol and the Chew Valley Lake. The city of Bristol is only four miles away and Bath is twelve miles to the west. Its lofty situation, seven hundred feet above sea level at the western end of an exposed four mile long ridge, makes it a notable landmark in North Somerset and its dominance is emphasised by a spectacular fifteenth century church tower. Dundry commands some of the most extensive and beautiful prospects in the west of England, and by night Bristol's lights create a breathtaking scene. The Dundry Inn public house is renowned in the area, and schools include a primary school with secondary schooling available at nearby Chew Valley, and a choice of private schooling in Bristol itself. The area around is well known for its beauty, activities and attraction.
The Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes provide a host of activities whilst the nearby Mendips are popular and boast great walking, horse riding and unspoilt nature.
Bath and North East Somerset Council. Band F
Energy Performance Certificate
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors' agent Killens on 01275 333993
Mains water and electricity. Gas central heating. Private drainage. Solar panels returning approximately £1600 per annum.