***Virtual tour available online*** fantastic views across open countryside are just a few special features this wonderful detached bungalow has to offer. Situated in the lovely village of Tickenham, Copperfields was built in 1965 and sits on an18th barn which was once part of Clevedon Court. The bungalow has been built using some of the original stone from the barn and the flagstone flooring is now laid to create the lovely patio area to the rear. This fabulous home enjoys a pleasant homely feel throughout to include four double bedrooms dual aspect living room, separate dining room, splendid conservatory, luxury fitted kitchen and high quality fitted bathrooms, Outside this super property boasts beautifully landscaped gardens to both the front and rear with spectacular scenery. Plenty of parking is also on offer complete with an attached double garage. Properties in this beautiful condition with all this space on offer is a rare find. We would strongly advise an early appointment to view to avoid disappointment. Call heritage clevedon today for that all important viewing.
Clevedon town is situated amongst a group of small hills alongside The River Severn Estuary. Clevedon seafront includes ornamental gardens, a Victorian bandstand, and other visitor attractions. The Salthouse Field has a light railway running round the perimeter and there are donkey rides here during the summer months. The shore is a mixture of pebbled beaches and low rocky cliffs, with the old harbour being at the western edge of town and the mouth of the Land Yeo. The rocky beach has been designated as the Clevedon Shore Geological Site of Special Scientific Interest. Clevedon Pier was opened in 1869, one of the earliest examples of a Victorian pier still in existence in the United Kingdom. During the 20th Century it fell into disrepair but was dismantled, restored and rebuilt, reopening in 1986. Other landmarks include Walton castle, Clevedon Court, Clevedon Clock Tower and the Curzon Cinema. The town is also home to a range of educational, religious and cultural buildings and sporting clubs.
PVCu double glazed entrance door, two radiators, telephone point, dado rail, coving to ceiling.
Built-in storage cupboard with hanging space.
Living Room 7.04m x 4.22m max (23'1' x 13'10' max)
PVCu double glazed window to front, feature original open fire set in natural stone built surround, two radiators, TV point, dado rail, wall light point(s), coving to ceiling, double glazed sliding patio doors to conservatory.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.98m x 3.23m (16'4' x 10'7')
Refitted with a matching range of base and eye level units with underlighting and round edged worktops, wine rack, glazed display units, one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, tiled surround, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher, plumbing for automatic washing machine, fitted electric oven, built-in five ring gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood over, PVCu double glazed picture window to rear, radiator, coving to ceiling, door to:
Utility Area 1.40m x 0.84m (4'7' x 2'9')
Space for fridge, wall mounted gas combination boiler serving heating system and domestic hot water.
Dining Room 3.28m x 2.74m (10'9' x 9'0')
PVCu double glazed picture window to rear, radiator, wooden flooring, open plan to:
Conservatory 5.18m x 3.25m (17'0' x 10'8')
PVCu double glazed construction with PVCu double glazed windows overlooking the rear gardens, double glazed polycarbonate roof, PVCu double glazed stained glass window to front, radiator, stone tiled flooring, wall light point(s), exposed stone walling, PVCu double glazed French doors to large decked area affording panoramic views over open countryside with the Mendip Hills in the distance.
PVCu frosted double glazed leaded light window to front, recently refitted with two piece suite comprising, vanity wash hand basin with storage cupboard under, low-level WC, tiled splashbacks, tiled flooring.
Tiled flooring, PVCu double glazed door to garden.
Master Bedroom 4.29m x 3.58m (14'1' x 11'9')
PVCu double glazed picture window to rear, radiator, coving to ceiling, folding door to:
En-suite Shower Room
Refitted with three piece suite with tiled shower cubicle with fitted power shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, full height tiling to all walls, shaver point, low-level WC, heated towel rail, extractor fan, PVCu frosted double glazed window to side, tiled flooring.
Bedroom 2 4.14m x 2.95m widening (3.65m max) (13'7' x 9'8' w
PVCu double glazed window to front, radiator, built-in double wardrobe with hanging rails and shelving.
Bedroom 3 4.01m x 2.67m (13'2' x 8'9')
PVCu double glazed window to front, radiator.
Bedroom 4 3.33m x 2.54m (10'11' x 8'4')
PVCu double glazed window to front, radiator.
Refitted with three piece suite comprising deep panelled bath with electric shower over and folding glass screen, vanity wash hand basin with cupboards and drawers under, tiling to all walls, shaver point, low-level WC, PVCu frosted double glazed window to side, radiator, Amtico wood effect flooring.
The front gardens are laid to lawn, willow tree, sweeping driveway providing parking for several vehicles leading to an attached double garage with power, light and Belfast sink with water supply, enclosed by mature hedging to the front, additional parking on private lay-by behind the stone walling located at the front of the property. The plot extends to approximately 1/3rd acre with fantastic views across open countryside, the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a good selection of mature shrubs, flower beds and apple, pear and plum trees, vegetable garden, mature hedging, raised timber decking seating area and a further paved patio area, access to the rear of the garage, timber garden storage shed.
Bristol City Centre is situated approximately 17 miles away with Temple Meads railway station offering direct communication to Central London. Clevedon is situated near Junction 20 of the M5 Motorway, allowing excellent links to the national motorway network, Bristol Parkway station and a shopping centre at Cribbs Causeway. Bristol International Airport offers daily flights to Europe and can be found approximately 14 miles to the Southwest.
The property misdescriptions act 1991
The Agent has not tested apparatus equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purposes. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor. References to the tenure of the property are based on information supplied by the seller. The Agent has not had sight of the Title documents. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor.
These sales particulars and floor plans are drafted for the sole purpose of enabling prospective purchasers to decide whether they wish to view the property.