Set in an elevated location is 31 Hillcrest, a mid terrace home suitable for fist time buyers, downsizers and investors alike. The property benefits from an elevated location with far reaching views.
The accommodation inside comprises an entrance hall, kitchen, dining room, sitting room with log burner, downstairs WC (soon to be a shower room) and utility area. Upstairs there are three well proportioned bedrooms and a bathroom.
The front garden is enclosed by fencing and has a range of mature trees and shrubs with a path leading you to the front door. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with access to the driveway which is soon to be tar macked.
31 Hillcrest is situated in the village of Pensford and lies in the Chew Valley with the River Chew flowing through the Centre.
Within the village, there is a range of local facilities including a highly rated primary school, a Post Office, Parish Church, a selection of Public Houses and a Village Hall.
The predominant feature of the village is the Grade II* listed disused railway viaduct. The viaduct was constructed in 1874 and once carried the Bristol and North Somerset railway over the River Chew.
The nearby 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 within Chew Magna, one of which (The Pony and Trap) has been awarded a Michelin star. Meadow Barn also falls within the catchment area for the highly regarded Chew Valley secondary school. There is also a number of independent schools throughout Bristol, Bath and Wells to choose from.
The village’s situation in the Chew Valley offers commuters excellent access to the regional Centre of Bristol which is 7 miles to the north and the Heritage City of Bath which is 12 miles to the east. The Cathedral City of Wells, which offers further facilities, is 16 miles to the south.
The Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes are close by, notable for their fishing, birdlife, sailing and nature study amenities. A visit to Salt and Malt at Chew Valley Lake is highly recommended, as this modern tearoom/fish restaurant is owned by the same family as The Pony and Trap. Further outdoor pursuits can be enjoyed on the Mendip hills, well known for their limestone features.
Mains water, mains drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Fixtures and Fittings
All those items usually regarded as retained to the Vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale.
Bath and North East Somerset Council Tel: 01225 477000
Strictly by appointment with the Vendor’s Agent, Killens
Telephone 01275 333 993
Energy Performance Certificate
Rated F. (New boiler soon to be fitted)