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When it comes to location and quality this individual designed property would be hard to beat. Originally built by a local reputable builder as his own principal residence somewhat explains why the room proportions are of such a generous nature. The layout of the property is so flexible, your imagination could run wild deciding how the space could work for you.
The entrance hall immediately gives the feeling of space when entering, with a galleried landing as the first impression of what lays ahead. A split level lounge and sun room which features an attractive fireplace with stone surround and ceramic wood burning effect gas fire, feature wall alcoves and triple aspect views towards rural farmland makes this a wonderful space for all the family to relax. The kitchen/ dining room again surpasses expectation with a bespoke painted kitchen and island boasting granite worktops, an Aga with cooker hood for cooking plus an electric oven and gas hob for day to day use. With ample space for a dining room table and chairs making this the hub of the home, somewhere to all sit around and catch up at the end of the day whilst enjoying a view across the private garden and access to the patio through double french doors. A practical utility room with further wall and base units, space for a fridge and chest freezer, plumbing for washing machine, sink and wall mounted boiler, and with the advantage of easy access to the rear garden. A wc for visiting guests plus an additional reception room which could be suited to a number of uses. The bedroom on the ground floor offers en suite facilities including walk in shower cubicle, wash hand basin and wc. On the first floor the galleried landing is perfectly suited for an office/ hobbies area with ample light from the two Velux windows. The master bedroom is serviced by a walk in dressing room with Velux window and radiator plus a five piece en suite incorporating corner bath, walk in shower cubicle, bidet, wc and wash hand basin. Two further large bedrooms both with built in wardrobes and feature ‘round’ window. A family bathroom with a four piece suite includes bidet, bath, wash hand basin and wc completes the first floor.
Externally the property is approached by a driveway boasting ample parking space and a turning point. Discretely hidden behind established shrubs and a fence with lockable gate is superb outside storage for those larger cumbersome items . A carport with electric garage door gives further storage with access to the garage with its secure parking. There are lockable pedestrian doors from both the carport and the garage to the rear garden. The pretty well proportioned rear and side garden is fully enclosed by an attractive wall and hedging. With a raised patio to the rear giving a natural Space for a BBQ, level lawns and an attractive fruit tree are all enhanced by established trees and shrubs.
Seldom would there be an opportunity to secure a property that would be suited for all generations and I encourage you to book an accompanied viewing at your earliest convenience, we look forward to meeting you.
Located in the village of Tockington with its excellent public house and village green, yet close to Olveston village which is truly rural and surrounded by pasture and paddocks, there are good equestrian facilities as well as good access to the motorway networks and Bristol city centre. National travel is available from Bristol Parkway train station approximately 7 miles distant. There are extensive flights available from Bristol International Airport to a number of European and some long haul destinations. Closer to home are excellent schools, both state and independent and these include Marlwood, The Castle School and Tockington Manor, whilst Olveston has a highly regarded primary school. For sports and leisure, there are golf courses and liveries nearby, with a host of health and leisure clubs and swimming pools available from both Bristol and Thornbury. Cribbs Causeway also includes the regional shopping centre with many brand name retail outlets and supermarkets approximately 7 miles distant.
A pleasant stroll to the village of Olveston which will appeal to those seeking to enjoy village life at its best, in an historic yet vibrant local community. Olveston is an exceptionally popular village with post office, butchers, bakers, shop, church and public house. Within walking distance is a primary school and Tockington Manor Preparatory School sits within a mile of the property. Bristol's leading public and private schools are a commutable 20 minutes drive.
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