The property is offered for sale in what we regard to be a high standard of decorative order and it is evident that all of the improvements conducted under the tenure have been carefully considered to compliment the original style and character of the property. This is illustrated through the addition of complimentary features including some welcoming carved stone fireplaces (one with an Aga log burner to the family room/snug), ornate ceiling cornice and the use of natural materials that are complimented by neutral decor throughout. Lastly we are pleased to convey to prospective purchasers that this property offers no onward chain and is therefore available for immediate occupation.
The overall accommodation comprises ground floor with entrance hallway, cloakroom, living room, family room/snug, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room. First floor: Light and airy landing with access to loft spaces, master bedroom with en suite shower room and four further bedrooms served by a family bath/shower room. Outside: Beautifully stocked, landscaped gardens including south facing sun terrace with cast iron balustrade and steps leading down to level lawn area with an ornamental pond. As the name of the house suggests these private grounds are surrounded by a variety of mature tree specimens. An area beneath the driveway accommodates a stable that has is its own designated access gate and as previously mentioned this stable has planning consent to be replaced by a garage block with accommodation above. Ample driveway parking adjoins the house behind automated entrance and exit gates that can be operated by remote control. The overall plot size (including the house) is around just over an acres (1.029 Acres/ 0.416 HA).
A separate adjoining paddock of around a third of an acre is also included in the sale.
The village of Wraxall is particularly well placed for commuting to Bristol (being approximately 6.5 miles to the south west of the city). Amenities include a Church and choice of Public Houses as well as a choice of scenic walks on a network of public footpaths. The M4/M5 motorways are easily reached at either Junction 19 or 20 of the M5 and Clifton Village, with its colourful selection of shops, restaurants and boutiques is easily accessible via the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. The city centre can be accessed along either the B3128 of the A370 (Long Ashton by pass) and Bristol International Airport can be found within seven miles offering daily flights to Europe. Nearby Nailsea also offers a wide selection of high street shops, restaurants, supermarkets and other amenities including high street banking. The area is particularly well served for schooling in both the state and private sectors with most notably the village primary school of excellent repute as well as The Downs School being a leading independent school for boys and girls aged between four and thirteen. Within Bristol, Clifton College and Clifton High Schools to name but a few and within approximately five miles travelling distance.
Travelling westwards on the Clevedon Road (B3128) passing the National Trust Tyntesfield Estate (on the left) and the Downs School soon after on the right. Without deviating, continue for about three quarters of a miles and start descending Tickenham Hill. After a right hand bend on the way down the hill take the next available left hand turning into Tower House Lane. Follow the lane downhill for approximately two hundred and fifty meters and observe the subject property on your left hand side approached via a small private lane leading up to the entrance gates.
SERVICES: We understand the property has mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating, private drainage and facilities for broadband.
LOCAL AUTHORITY: North Somerset – t: 01934 888888 w: www.n-somerset.gov.uk
COUNCIL TAX: We understand the property to fall within Band G - £2,474.37 for 2016/2017.
PLANNING APPLICATION/ CONSENT: North Somerset Council. Application No: 15/P/1206/LUP
TENURE: We understand to be Freehold.
VIEWING: Strictly by prior appointment with Hydes of Bristol.