Anyone looking for a unique home in a stunning setting with plenty of space inside and out cannot help but be impressed with this period farmhouse. Having recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, the property boasts far reaching rural views, vast gardens, three floors of accommodation including a large orangery, six bedrooms and a stunning kitchen.
Approaching the farmhouse from the road, electric gates open to reveal a sweeping driveway leading to the house sitting on the brow of the hill. To the front of the house is a large paved turning and parking area with a water feature, low wall and hedging beyond, looking over the open lawned area. Inside the front door you arrive inside the vestibule before walking into a spacious entrance hallway. To the left of the hallway is a generous boot room, complete with customised built in cupboards, shelving and seating. To the right is the dining room with views over the surrounding countryside to the front of the property. The sitting room benefits from double doors opening up to the front aspect and a warming log burner. Through the sitting room you reach an impressive orangery with panoramic views; a perfect space for entertaining a large party. The contemporary farmhouse kitchen offers a sociable yet practical space with a central island, granite worktops and an array of storage and integrated appliances. Off the kitchen is a useful utility room with double doors leading out on to the rear gardens. There is also a study and cloakroom completing the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor is a double aspect master bedroom with a spacious walk-in wardrobe and en suite with separate bath and walk in shower. The second bedroom also benefits from an en suite shower room and the third and fourth bedrooms share an en suite shower room with Jack and Jill doors.
On the top floor of the house are a further two good sized bedrooms and storage areas.
The house is surrounded by land and gardens of approximately three acres. There is a large lawned area, trees and shrubs. As well as the large parking area in front of the house there is a double garage.
The property is located very near the village of Winford which boasts a post office, village shop, public house and primary school.
The village of Chew Magna is close by and offers further everyday shopping facilities as well as a dental surgery and three public houses.
The regional centre of Bristol is 8 miles to the north whilst the Heritage City of Bath is some 20 miles away with good road connections leading to them. Mainline rail services to London Paddington are available from Bristol (98 minutes) and Bath (85 minutes). Bristol International Airport is 10 minutes (3 miles) away.
The area is also well known for its variety and diversity of sporting and leisure facilities. Walking and cycling may be undertaken in the immediate locality. There are leisure centres at Chew Magna, Backwell and Long Ashton. There are Golf courses at Long Ashton and Downside. Sailing at Chew Valley Lake as well as fishing also at Chew Valley and Blagdon Lakes.
The property falls within the catchment area for Winford Church School, Chew Magna Primary School and Chew Valley School (secondary), both of which are highly regarded.
From the centre of Winford, turn into Parsonage Lane opposite the Prince of Waterloo pub with the primary school on your right hand side. Follow the lane all the way to the top and turn left at the junction into Redding Pit Lane. After a short while you will find the property on the right hand side with a Killens For Sale board outside.
Strictly by appointment with the vendors' agent Killens 01225 33393.
Energy Performance Certificate Rating: D
Mains water, sewage, electricty. Oil central heating.
Bath and North East Somerset. Council Tax Band E.