A period property bursting with charm in the heart of this very popular village. In a superb
location, just a short walk from many village amenities and yet within easy commuting
distance of Bristol, Bath and Wells.
The property comes to the market in good condition throughout, and during its current
ownership has been gently modernised and adapted to create a brilliant family home. A stone built porch leads to
the dual aspect sitting room. From here a door leads through to a large kitchen/dining room
with access to the rear garden. The modern kitchen leads through to a utility area with a door
through to a separate WC.
The first floor is just as good. Four good sized bedrooms are serviced by a modern family
bathroom which also boasts a separate shower cubicle. Outside of the property the garden is
private and predominantly laid to lawn with a seating area as well as a garden shed for
storage and an off road parking area.
Mains water, mains electricity, mains drainage, gas central heating
Strictly by appointment with Killens (Tel: 01275 333993)
£1275 per calendar month, exclusive of council tax, electricity, gas and other outgoings.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
· To be let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy for a fixed term of 6 months or more.
· A deposit equal to one month's rent will be taken and held for the duration of the tenancy.
· References will be taken.
· Available now.
EPC rating C.
Council Tax Band E.
To be let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy for a minimum of six months. A deposit equal to one month’s rent will be taken and held for the duration of the tenancy with the Deposit Protection Service. References will be taken. For more information, click here (https://www.killens.org.uk/tenant-information.pdf)
The village of Bishop Sutton (www.bishopsutton.org.uk) offers local facilities including shop/post office,
hairdressers, pub and a well regarded primary school (www.bishopsutton.bathnes.sch.uk) and church.
There is even an Indian restaurant (Sutton Spice)! There is a daily school bus to Chew Valley Secondary
School (www.chewvalleyschool.co.uk). The Bath & North East Somerset village is perfectly placed for
commuting to both Bristol and Bath, whilst long distance travelling benefit from Bristol International
Airport a short distance away, mainline railway station at Bath and motorway access at a choice of M4
and M5 junctions around Bristol and Bath. The Chew Valley is renowned for its beauty, the lakes are
noted for their fishing, birdlife and sailing. Country lovers can enjoy all of this plus walking and riding on
the Mendips close by.