* impressive detached home in this prestigious development
* well designed for today’S family living with approximately 1883 sq ft of accommodation
* sitting room with feature fireplace with double doors through to dining room
* kitchen/breakfast room with lovely outlook over the rear garden
* utility and boiler rooms
* 4 double bedrooms, 2 with ensuites
* family bathroom with high quality fittings
* double garage with power and light
* south west facing garden with open views
* oil central heating
* popular village location
This stylish family home is one of only 6 individual properties built just over 10 years ago in this select cul-de-sac location and offers well-planned accommodation of some 1883 sq ft, which would suit a variety of buyers. With its ‘heart of the home’ kitchen/breakfast/family room looking out over the pretty garden this attractive house is sure to appeal.
On entering the property, it is immediately clear that this home has been thoughtfully designed, with the principal rooms leading off the spacious entrance hall. The study is a useful room for those who may work from home, or simply the space for all the household computing and paperwork needs. The sitting room is a sunny room looking out over the rear garden and on winter days the open fire makes this a cosy space.
The formal dining room is of a good size, or could be used as a playroom if desired as there is plenty of space to eat in the large kitchen/breakfast/family room with ample space for a sofa and a delightful outlook over the side and rear garden.
Additional useful spaces are the utility room and boiler room, with a cloakroom completing the ground floor accommodation.
To the first floor, the 4 bedrooms are all doubles with both the master and guest suites benefitting from ensuite bathrooms with quality Villeroy and Boch suites, as does the spacious family bathroom.
There is a double width driveway to the front of the house, leading to a double garage. There is a pretty lawned area to the front and side of the house
The south-west facing rear garden is delightful, with the patio area being perfect for entertaining and just enjoying the country views with the lawned area being generous enough for children to play.
The village of Kingston Seymour is ideally suited to the country lover with farmland walks abounding, yet well served for the commuter, having M5 motorway access point only a few miles away as well as a mainline railway station at the nearby village of Yatton. There is regular public transport service to Clevedon, Weston-super-Mare and Yatton, where there is further shopping and recreational facilities with close proximity to Cadbury House in Congresbury with its award winning health club, spa and hotel.. For keen fishermen Kingston Seymour boasts its own well-stocked fishing lakes. Winner of the `Best Kept Village Award' on several occasions and previous holder of the ‘National Community Village’ Award, this pretty village will certainly appeal to those looking for a small but friendly community.
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