Wrington Lane, Congresbury - 4 bedroom detached family home

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A much-loved family home for the past 26 years, Long View provides well balanced, free-flowing, accommodation along with generous parking and a charming and productive South facing rear garden.

Upon entry via the enclosed porch that provides a useful boot/coat storage area, one immediately notices the engineered wooden flooring, a characteristic of much of the ground floor, and the eye is drawn along the hallway to the sunny kitchen/dining room to the rear. Before the kitchen is a useful study area and glazed double doors opening into the spacious sitting room with access to the conservatory overlooking the rear garden. The sitting room feels calm and restful with neutral decor, and is very spacious, having been created by knocking through the original dining room and sitting rooms. To the far end is a wood burning stove and lovely front garden views through the wide bay window. There is a small room off the sitting room that currently provides useful storage, but could perhaps also be used as a study.

The kitchen/dining room is a highlight of the property, providing a wonderful space for family dining, entertaining and relaxing. It opens directly into the sunny conservatory, giving a great sense of light and space, and there is a striking stained glass "dragonfly" window, providing charming character and interest. Double doors off the conservatory open onto the sunny terrace at the side of the house. The kitchen incorporates a good range of wall and base units along with a small breakfast bar, and there is space for a cooker, fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. A glazed door to one end of the kitchen opens into the utility room, with a sink, shelving and storage units plus space for a washing machine and a freezer, plus a useful door into the single garage. Off the kitchen is a lobby with a downstairs cloakroom and a back door providing access to the garden.

Upstairs the bedroom accommodation is arranged along a landing that incorporates a useful boiler/storage cupboard, a separate cloakroom with w.c and basin, and a family bathroom to the end with a bath with shower over. There are three generous double bedrooms and a single bedroom: the dual aspect principal bedroom is a good size, with a wide bay window overlooking the front garden. Along the hallway, to the rear, is another double bedroom with a window seat providing a great place to sit and admire the views towards the Mendips. The 3rd double bedroom (currently arranged as an office/bedroom) has an en-suite shower and basin; the single bedroom, overlooking the front garden, is also currently used as an office.

Outside - the gravelled lay-by to the front of Long View is shared by this property and number 22, and provides generous parking in addition to the property's ample block-paved driveway parking and single garage. The front garden incorporates a lawned area bordered by established shrubs and plants including a very productive cider apple tree, and a path leads around the side to the rear garden. The charming rear garden has been arranged into different zones, with an interesting variety of shrubs, trees and bushes. Productive vegetable beds to the far end incorporate raspberry and loganberry bushes, and there are fruit trees including apricot and plum. There is a greenhouse, a garden shed and a trellised seating area and the willow tree provides a focal point.

Near the house a small fountain and two small ponds create a wonderful natural habitat, and to the side near the conservatory a terraced area provides a wonderful space to sit and enjoy the surroundings, as well as useful access to the front garden.

Location - Congresbury is an exceptional and thriving village surrounded by beautiful countryside, with a great range of facilities and amenities including a pre-school and primary school, many independent shops, cafes and 3 pubs plus a small supermarket, chemist, churches and a library. Senior schooling is available within 3.2 miles at the "Outstanding" Churchill Academy and Sixth Form. Yatton station is within 2.2 miles with direct journey times to London Paddington from 114 minutes. Access to the M5 motorway is within 6.2 miles, from either Jct 20 (Clevedon) or Jct 21 (St Georges); Bristol Airport is within 6.4 miles, and Bristol city centre approximately 12.5 miles away. The nearby Strawberry Line provides good opportunities for off road cycling and walking between Yatton and Cheddar and there are opportunities for golf, sailing and riding nearby, plus wonderful walks either along the nearby Bristol Channel or in the Mendips.

01934 876226

Robin King

1 & 2 The Cross , Broadstreet , Congresbury , BS49 5DG

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