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We are pleased to welcome to the market this beautifully presented end of terrace home, located within easy access to Aztec West & great transport links via the M4/M5 motorway and into central Bristol. This super home has been lovingly kept by the present owner and offers spacious living accommodation over two floors. The ground floor briefly comprises entrance hall, lounge with feature wood burning stove, kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted wall and base units and space for white goods, versatile conservatory with double patio doors opening up into the rear garden & downstairs shower room, fully tiled with walk-in shower, toilet and hand wash basin. The first floor offers two well proportioned double bedrooms both with fitted storage & the family bathroom with three piece suite.
Externally, this super home boasts a deceptively large garden, mainly laid to lawn with patio areas, offering great potential for anyone who considers themselves green fingered or potential to extend the current property subject to necessary planning consent. Furthermore, there is a detached single garage and ample off street parking for a number of cars accessible via lockable double gates. Further benefits to this great property include gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
Agents Note: Please be advised there is a right of way with the neighboring property for pedestrian access only. Please discuss with the agent for further in formation.
The civil parish of Almondsbury is much larger than the village. It includes the villages of Hortham, Over, Easter Compton, Compton Greenfield, Catbrain and Hallen. It also includes Cribbs Causeway and the site of the village of Charlton, now the western end of Filton Airfield.The village pub takes its name from the bowl shape of the land surrounding the estuary. Also at the bottom of the hill is the local church, dedicated to Saint Mary the Virgin.Another pub, The Swan Inn, is located on the A38, in the upper part of the village, almost opposite an open space known as Almondsbury Tump.In March 2009 a community shop was opened in the village by the not-for-profit Almondsbury Community Services Association (ACSA), situated opposite the Old School Hall at 14 Church Road. The community shop is staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers. The aim of the project goes beyond a village shop, being a service for the village, to support local suppliers wherever possible, and to be another focal point where people in the village can meet.The village also has a motorwaypolice station, a garden centre, and a restaurant/pub .Almondsbury has two Non-League football clubs Almondsbury Town A.F.C. who play at The Field and Almondsbury F.C. who play at Scott Park.Other sporting facilities include a cricket pitch and a rugby pitch(NBRFC). Almondsbury Tennis Club  is on the same site.Education is provided by Almondsbury Church of England Primary School. This is a state maintained school. The Ofsted report, dated April 2009, rated the school as good (outstanding in places).
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