Countryside setting with large garden and fantastic views
Light and spacious
Scope to extend
Driveway and garage
No onward chain
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This spacious three bedroom family house has been in the same family since 1982. Great care has been taken to maintain the property over the years. The property is light and enjoys wonderful views across the village and valley beyond with generous gardens.
Greystones is situated in a peaceful location within the village of Stanton Drew. This three double bedroom family home has spectacular countryside views and a large, well-stocked garden to the front and rear. The property benefits from plenty of natural light and spacious rooms and scope to extend subject to planning permission. On entering Greystones through the front door in to the wide entrance hall you immediately appreciate the space and light of this house. The L shape sitting room is to the rear of the property with glass doors leading to the patio area and rear garden. This room enjoys the most far reaching fabulous views across the valley towards the village church and benefits from an open working fireplace. New carpets have just been fitted however the attractive original parquet flooring is under the carpet. The kitchen has a range of units and a gas hob and oven. All three bedrooms are double rooms and the master room has an en suite bathroom. There is a family bathroom with a new shower and a utility room with door leading to the garden.
Outside the property is approached via the private driveway. There is plenty of parking and a single garage. The gardens are well manicured and wrap around the house. Mainly laid to lawn with a good range of shrubs, plants and trees. The rear garden adjoins open fields behind and has fantastic views.
The property is situated in the picturesque village of Stanton Drew. Stanton Drew is a popular village situated within the Chew Valley. Within the village, there is a small range of local facilities including a primary school, a public house, a church and a village hall. The village is also famous for its stone circles, these ancient monuments date from 3000 – 2000 bc and display the second largest stone circle in Britain.
The neighbouring village of Chew Magna has a good range of local shops including a well-stocked supermarket, master butcher, coffee shop, travel agent and post office. There are also four public houses nearby, one of which (The Pony and Trap) has been awarded a Michelin star.
The village’s situation in the Chew Valley offers commuters excellent access to the regional Centre of Bristol which is 8 miles to the north and the Heritage City of Bath which is 13 miles to the east. The Cathedral City of Wells, which offers further facilities, is 17 miles to the south.
The Chew Valley and Blagdon lakes are close by, notable for their fishing, birdlife, sailing and nature study amenities. A visit to Salt and Malt at Chew Valley Lake is highly recommended, as this modern tearoom/fish restaurant is owned by the same family as The Pony and Trap. The Mendip hills, well known for their limestone features, provide a wide range of informal leisure opportunities.
On entering the village of Stanton Drew take the turning along upper Stanton Lane. Go past the school and the property can be found a little further down on the left hand side.
Mains water and drainage, Oil central heating (New boiler fitted December 2017)
Bath and North East Somerset
Council Tax Band
Energy Performance Certificate Rating E
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