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5 Bedrooms House - For Sale Stitchings Shord Lane, Bishop Sutton, Bristol
Offers In Region Of £895,000

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Former farmhouse with annex situated in a fantastic location with large garden, garage and ample parking.

Key Features

  • Large Garden
  • Desirable village location
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Annexe
18th century former farmhouse which has been in the same family for nearly 120 years. This fabulous home is situated at the end of a country lane in a tucked away position surrounded by open fields and countryside on a generous plot.

About the inside

Having undergone modernisation over the years the accommodation is currently set up as a main house with a separate annex.

The main house comprises an entrance hall from which you access the kitchen/diner. This is a lovely family space with fitted units and original parquet flooring and attractive feature stone wall. Off the kitchen/diner is a utility room and very useful walk in pantry/store room. The main reception room overlooks the rear of the property boasts a stone fireplace with log burner and doorway through to a snug/study. The inner hallway has an external door leading out to the rear garden, stairs rising to the first floor accommodtion and a doorway leading through to the sitting reception room with fireplace. Also downstairs is a family bathroom. The first floor of the main residence comprises a master bedroom with feature fireplace and ensuite shower room, and two further bedrooms with lovely views over the rear garden.

The self-contained annex has its own private entrance leading into a large dual aspect open plan lounge/diner. The kitchen which is fitted with wall and base units and electric oven, leads off the main reception room and over looks the rear garden. Completing the downstairs is a family bathroom. Upstairs are two bedrooms - one double and one single.

About the outside

To the front of the house is a large gravelled drive providing ample space for numerous vehicles and a detached garage. The large front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a range of trees along the boundary; and enclosed by a field gate.

The impressive rear garden is arranged as a stretched lawn with plenty of space for entertaining the family, all enclosed by hedgerow as well as raised flower bed borders and shrubbery. There is also a large patio area. The garden surrounded by open fields providing serene views and privacy in this idyllic setting.

About the area
The village of Bishop Sutton has a great range of local amenities including two convenience stores, a post office, local pub, tennis club, a village hall, church and a hairdresser. Chew Valley library. It’s a great location for families as Bishop Sutton Pre-school and Primary school have both received 'outstanding' OFSTED reports. There is also a school bus service for pupils attending Chew Valley Secondary School and 6th form. You will always find a large range of things to do locally, with a level walk to Chew Valley lake where you can enjoy both bank and boat fishing, woodland and lakeside walks, and the highly rated Salt and Malt fish and chip shop and restaurant overlooking the lake.

Useful Information.
Postcode - BS39 5UD
Local Authority - Bath and North East Somerset
Council Tax - Band F (farmhouse) Band A (annex)
Energy Performance Certificate Rating - F
Tenure - Freehold
Viewings - Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens


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