Overlooking open fields on the edge of Coalpit Heath, this superbly presented three bedroom semi-detached has an almost brand new kitchen and bathroom.
Entering through the front door into the light and airy entrance porch, perfect for kicking off muddy boots after a dog walk across the fields opposite, or for offloading the pushchair.
Transitioning from the porch into the generous living room where the large picture window offers far reaching views on the fields, and soft carpet underfoot provides a lovely cosy feeling.
Leading from the living room into the kitchen/diner, the ultra modern two tone grey kitchen, offers sleek wall and base units, an integrated oven, hob, extractor fan, microwave and dishwasher and a recess for a freestanding fridge/freezer. On a sunny summers day, french doors open directly onto the sunny west facing patio.
Added to the back of the house, the utility room is tucked away so the noise of the washing machine doesn’t carry around the house.
Heading up the stairs to the first floor, the master bedroom and bedroom two accommodate a double bed and freestanding furniture, and bedroom three is a comfortable single bedroom.
Completing the interior accommodation, the family bathroom has a shower over the bath, a WC, a wash hand basin and a heated hand towel rail.
Outside the house the low maintenance, the west facing garden has a small patio area, accompanied by a small lawn area, an outdoor tap and power point and small number of potted plants.
A gateway at the rear of the garden leads directly out to the single garage which has power & lighting and acts as a secure place to store your camping gear, bikes and golf clubs (also accessible via a shared private rear lane).
Directly in front the house a dropped kerb and a gravelled driveway for two vehicles.
A 2-minute drive from Bristol’s ring road, which connects to all North and East Bristol suburbs and the City Centre and a 4 minute drive, or 20 minute walk to the run of independent retailers and the Gingerbread Cafe on Church Road, Frampton Cotterell. For a greater shopping experience, Yate & Chipping Sodbury town centres can be accessed within a 10-15minute drive.
The area is well catered for in the way schooling, with a number of Ofsted rated ‘Good’, schools located within 1 mile. There are also a number of popular walks locally, great for autumnal stomp through the leaves with the kids or as a regular route with the family dog.
Southmead Hospital can be reached within 6.5 miles. Motorway access is located within 10 miles at Junction 17 of the M5. Yate Railway Station is a little over 2.5 miles away with regular services to Bristol Temple Meads, and within an hour’s drive is the beautiful Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with an abundance of walking and cycling routes.
Council Tax: £1,840.00 (approx)
Council Tax Band: C
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