*** no onward chain *** Set in the semi-rural village of Dundry, just 5 miles from Central Bristol, this three-bedroom detached bungalow enjoys superb views over towards Clifton Suspension Bridge
Located in the popular Dundry Village, this home offers semi-rural living yet enjoys the convenience of being just c5 miles from Central Bristol. This detached bungalow sits in a private plot with a superb open aspect to the front with views over open pasture land and in the distance Bristol and the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge. Internally, the property offers three bedrooms and recently installed shower room to the Western end of the property and the Eastern side benefits from a generous sitting/dining room, a farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with adjoining utility room as well as a superb conservatory opening out to the rear garden. There is gated off-street parking to the front, with access to a single garage and a car port. There are well-manicured gardens to the front, rear and side offering much privacy.
This private and generous plot is level and enclosed by mature hedging and stone wall. The gardens incorporate a well-kept, landscaped rear garden with attractive stone patio, pond with waterfall feature, railway sleepers, circular patio with covered pergola and outdoor lighting. There is a side gate at both ends of the garden where, at one end there is a level side garden laid to lawn and the other gives access to the front of the property.
Furthermore, there is a rear access into the single garage which has full power and light with an electric up and over door.
There are solar panels on the south-facing elevation.
The sought-after village of Dundry sits in an elevated position providing some of the best views of Bristol and the surrounding Countryside and on a good day even across to Wales and the Severn Crossings. Situated within 5 miles of Central Bristol Dundry offers a piece of semi-rural living with bridleways and acres of public footpaths on the doorstep whilst being situated on the outskirts of a thriving city. The village amenities include a popular gastro-pub, primary school, Parish Church and is in the catchment to the well-acclaimed schools in the nearby Chew Valley. Whilst there are further independent schooling options in Bristol. The nearby, Bristol International Airport provides an extensive schedule of flights to most European and some long haul destinations and Bristol Temple Meads Train Station offers an extensive rail service to a number of cities nationwide. Within close proximity the Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes provide a host of activities whilst the nearby Mendips are popular and boast great walking, riding and unspoilt nature.