Wansdyke is a charming and beautifully extended four bedroom attached family home set in majestic gardens and grounds approaching a 1/4 of an acre.
Built in the 1920's this fine family period home is arranged over two floors and has white washed rendered façades with brick detailing all under a pitched clay tiled roof. Like so many houses of this age, it has grown and evolved over the years, so that it now provides a very comfortable and endearing family home. It exhibits many wonderful features, typical of its age and history, including period cottage thumb latched doors, window seats and fireplaces with a wood burning stove. It incorporates well appointed reception rooms which enjoy lovely outlooks over the garden and adjoining countryside. In brief, the light and airy accommodation comprises of entrance hall, living room, sitting room, feature kitchen/dining/family room, utility room, boot room and cloakroom all of which are located on the ground floor. The first floor features a family bathroom, four double bedrooms with the master bedroom featuring an en-suite shower room. The bedrooms that reside across the rear elevation enjoy the most stunning open views of the countryside. Positioned within spacious southerly-facing gardens & grounds expanding to the rear and front of the property providing the most-wonderful family orientated outside space.
This is a highly unusual opportunity to acquire a property that has not been on the open market for a considerable amount of time and given the quality of the address and potential, early viewings are strongly recommended.
Positioned on the rural fringes of Portishead, Sheepway provides ease of access for the family purchaser to nearby schools and shopping facilities, for the city professional looking to be out of town, the ease of access to the motorway and Central Bristol will be a big plus. This fine property will be of interest to a wide range of prospective purchasers.
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M5 (J19) 3 miles, M4 (J20) 11 miles, Bristol Parkway 14 miles, Bristol Temple Meads 10.5 miles, Bristol Airport 12 miles (distances approximate)
Local Authority: North Somerset Council Tel: Council Tax Band: Tbc
Services: Mains Gas, Water and Electric
Feature period thumb latched front door with leaded glazed window opening to the entrance hall, turned 'Arts & Crafts' staircase rising to the first floor landing, picture rail, Oak flooring, period pressed panelled doors opening to principle rooms.
A pleasant reception room, well-proportioned with feature open-grate fireplace with tiled hearth and inset with timber surround, picture rails, leaded glazed bay window to the front aspect with window seat, glazed display units, radiator.
Residing to the rear elevation the living room offers another well-proportioned reception room to enjoy with an arched uPVC double glazed French door and window combination opening to the rear garden, feature open-grate fireplace with tiled hearth and inset with timber surround, TV point, radiator
A wonderful addition to the property providing a stunning family orientated living space which really is the 'hub of the home' to this wonderful abode. The kitchen resides to the front elevation to the home and is fitted with a comprehensive range of grey high-gloss wall, base and drawer units with oak surfaces with an inset twin Belfast sink with mixer tap, chimney recess with gas rangemaster with extractor hood, leaded glazed window to the front aspect, space for American Fridge/freezer, space for dishwasher, recessed ceiling down lighting, steps descending to the scullery/larder with leaded glazed port-hole windows.
The dining/family room is of generous proportion, light and airy in its appearance with feature bi-folding doors opening to the rear garden bringing the the outdoors, inside. A wood burning stove takes centre stage with wood flooring providing a sleek modern feel with ample space to position both a dining room table and chairs as well as a selection of lounge furniture. Door opening to the boot room and the utility room.
Full-height ceiling with Velux windows flooding the space with natural light, oak flooring, open-internal window to the dining/family room, storage cupboards, alarm panel, secure uPVC door opening to the driveway.
Fitted with a two piece suite comprising; low-level WC, vanity wash hand basin with storage beneath, mixer tap, tiling to splash prone areas, obscured uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, extractor fan.
Fitted with wall, base and drawer units with wood-block work surfaces over, inset twin Belfast sink with mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine, gas fired boiler serving the heating system and domestic hotwater, uPVC double glazed stable door opening to the rear garden, Velux skylight window, door to garage.
Feature full-height leaded glazed windows flooding the half-landing with natural light, generous first floor landing with pressed panelled doors opening to the bedrooms and the family bathroom, access to roof space via loft hatch, radiator, linen cupboard.
A well-proportioned double bedroom with a feature uPVC double glazed French door and window combination opening with Juliette balcony with glazed windbreak to the rear aspect enjoying elevated views of the countryside, radiator, door to:-
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising; Low-level WC, vanity wash basin with storage beneath, glazed shower enclosure with mains drench shower, heated towel radiator, tiling to splash prone areas, recessed ceiling downlighting, ceramic tiled flooring, extractor fan.
A good-sized double bedroom with leaded glazed window to the front aspect, open-grate fireplace, range of built-in wardrobes, radiator.
UPVC double glazed windows to the rear aspect with countryside views, radiator, built-in wardrobes, open-grate fireplace with attractive surround.
A double sized bedroom, light-filled with a feature leaded glazed window to the side aspect, radiator, open-grate fireplace.
Fitted with a four piece suite comprising; Low-level WC, tiled shower enclosure with mains shower, pedestal wash hand basin, mixer taps, deep panelled bath with mixer taps, heated towel radiator, tiling to splash prone areas, recessed ceiling downlighting, ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating, extractor fan, uPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect.
The gardens are the crowning feature to this wonderful property which lie to the rear of the property and enjoy a southerly orientation with stunning views of adjoining countryside. The gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with established borders to both sides offering a degree of privacy. A deep paved patio extends across the back of the property providing ample space to sit back and relax and enjoy the rural vistas. This seating space can be easily accessed via the French doors from the kitchen/dining/family room and the living room. A substantial private wild garden lies beyond the five-bar gate and offers another safe space for children to explore within the curtilage of the grounds.
The garage is approached over a generous driveway providing off-road parking for several vehicles. The garage is accessed via an up and over door, light and power connected, internal door to utility room.