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This character cottage has been extended over the years and offers a surprisingly versatile property which is both practical and homely. The current owners have made a number of valuable improvements to the property including a recently constructed " Home Office" complete with power, light and double glazed French patio doors and windows. Bursting with period features which include a traditional Rayburn cooking range and wood burning stove 1 Fern Cottages must be on your viewing list.
Arranged over two floors entrance is into a porch with a practical cloakroom off. The accommodation is currently open plan and could be easily 'zoned', should you wish. The kitchen offers a range of oak fronted wall and base units with granite worktops incorporating a 'Belfast' style sink, multi purpose 'Rayburn' cooking range with back boiler for the central heating, with the benefit of a separate electric combination oven/microwave and ceramic hob. Your eye is drawn to the attractive slate flooring and there is additional space for a fridge/freezer and plumbing for a dishwasher (additional plumbing for a washing machine can be found in the outside utility cupboard). A stable door will lead you to the rear garden.
The two cozy sitting rooms are interconnecting with part slate and part wood flooring, open fire and a wood burning stove. In the dining room there is ample space for a table and chairs and french double glazed doors lead out to the rear garden. The staircase and the landing offer an attractive approach to the first floor where the Master bedroom boasts an en suite, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom have been reconfigured to make this super cottage larger than your first impression.
Externally to the front of the property the original front porch has been put to good use providing additional storage for the property along side the log store. The property is enclosed by a wall and five bar gate where beyond there is space for secure parking (should you wish). The rear garden is a treat , to the rear of the property is ample paved areas, which offer a perfect place to enjoy the fantastic sunsets for which the area is known for. A paved path will lead you to the office space, beyond that, there is a lawn and a selection of established borders providing a host of perennials, evergreen shrubs and mature trees. Beyond this area is a generous pond, aluminium framed greenhouse (with electric) and vegetable patch and chicken run. I must mention the walks which surround the cottage, people come from far and wide to partake in the lovely walkways along the Estuary with views across to South Wales and the Severn Bridges ...... What are you waiting for? Call today to arrange to view this little gem as "The good life awaits you".
Situated on the edge of this popular village with a good local community spirit and excellent local schools including Marlwood. It offers convenient access to Cribbs Causeway shopping district and also Bristol. For the commuter it offers easy access to the M5 motorway network via junction 17 and also South Wales can be reached via the old Severn bridge at M48. At nearby Severn Beach there is a rail station which operates a regular service to Temple Meads with other interim stations on route including Clifton Down. From junction 17 of M5, follow signs to Easter Compton. On reaching the village of Easter Compton continue through to the next village, Pilning and then into Redwick. At the traffic lights continue straight across and up to the mini roundabout. Turn right and continue for half a mile after which you will find the property on the left hand side.
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