Cameley Hall is a beautifully restored and converted former Church Hall which is boasting many Edwardian features. The property oozes character and charm which included lovely arched windows, high ceilings and an original bread oven.
As you enter the grand entrance hall, doors lead to the WC, integral garage and living room, with stairs to the first floor.
The sitting room certainly has the WOW factor, with its impressive size, high ceiling and stunning arched windows with a wood burner stove. This room is a L-shape with a dining room adjoining. A door leads on through to another spacious room, currently used as a study but would make a fantastic home office due to its size. A door leads on through to the utility and kitchen. The kitchen has a range if wall and base units and over looks the pretty rear patio and garden. The original bread oven really completes this room.
The beautifully grand staircase takes you to the galleried landing which has four double bedrooms. The master bedroom has an ensuite shower room and fitted wardrobes with lovely large windows ensuring the room is full of light. There is a stunning family bathroom with a roll top free standing bath completing the first floor.
Grounds and Gardens
Outside the property has plenty more to offer, with an integral garage with an automatic roller door plus a detached double garage in the garden, which is currently used as a games room. The gardens are pretty with a patio, lawn and pond area. There is plenty of parking and a tarmac driveway.
Cameley Hall is situated in the popular village of Temple Cloud. The village itself has a primary school, petrol station with post office and general store, newly refurbished public house and doctor’s surgery whilst the local centres of Midsomer Norton and Wells provide a wider range of local facilities. The neighbouring village of Farrington Gurney has a golf course and well-established and highly regarded farm shop, this is certainly worth a visit.
One of the many attractions of this property is certainly the location, with excellent road and bus connections allowing easy access to Bristol, Bath and Wells and with Bristol International Airport 11 miles away, travelling further afield whether for pleasure or business is a viable option.
The property is within the catchment of Cameley Primary School, which is located within the village, and Chew Valley Secondary School. Both schools are highly regarded and there is a school bus service to Chew Valley Secondary School from the village. The property is within easy distance of the M5 and Highbridge & Burnham railway station with regular trains to Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway. Bristol international airport is approximately 17 miles north.
The property is located in the A37 in the village of Temple Cloud. Coming from Bristol take the A37 and keep going until you approach the village. Past the Petrol Station and down the hill, the property can be found on the right hand side.
Mains water, mains drainage. Oil central heating.
BANES Council Telephone 01225 477777.
Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens 01275 333993
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale