A true hidden gem in the heart of Old Sodbury. Enjoying a high degree of privacy, this four bedroom detached house is set in just under one third of an acre of secluded gardens, and provides huge potential for the new buyer to make their forever home.
Formerly two stone built period cottages converted and extended in the early 1960s, the individual accommodation has a sunny aspect - and features: Sitting room, dining room, study, kitchen breakfast room, shower room, conservatory and utility. On the first floor there are 4 bedrooms, bathroom and separate wc. The gardens are mostly laid to grass which slopes up to the rear boundary with the churchyard. The driveway levels off for access to the house with ample car park space, garage and stable.
Properties in such an idyllic country location are more rare these days, especially with miles of rural walks, pub restaurant and small shop within walking distance. Full amenities of Chipping Sodbury are a short drive away, the property enjoys easy access to Bristol, Bath, M4 and M5 motorways and rail stations at Yate and Bristol Parkway.
Old Sodbury is a well respected country village nestled on the edge of the Cotswolds Escarpment. The local primary school, nursery, filling station with small store, church, and pub restaurant are a short walk from the property. There are miles of country walks close by. A short 5 minute drive or bus ride into Chipping Sodbury brings further shops and stores, pubs, restaurants, schools, church, many other thriving clubs and societies, a Waitrose supermarket. Also Yate Shopping Centre is a 5 minute drive.
Location & Situation
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Lpg bulk storage tank set into the bank at the front, providing gas for central heating and domestic hot water.
10' 1" x 9' 1" (3.07m x 2.77m) Staircase leading to first floor, radiator, wooden floor.
13' 9" x 15' 9" (4.19m x 4.80m) Windows to front and rear, stone fireplace with open fire, skirting radiator.
8' 4" x 12' 0" (2.54m x 3.66m) Window side, double doors leading to conservatory.
10' 11" x 9' 10" (3.33m x 3.00m) French doors leading to garden, tiled floor.
Kitchen breakfast room
13' 7" max x 13' 6" max (4.14m x 4.11m) Windows to front and sides, range of wall and base units with laminated worktops over, part tiling to one wall, single drainer and bowl sink unit, space for cooker with hood over, space for fridge freezer, built-in cupboard, radiator.
2' 11" x 6' 5" (0.89m x 1.96m) Window to side, fuse box.
14' 2" x 12' 0" (4.32m x 3.66m) Windows to side, wooden floor, skirting radiators.
Window to side, tiled floor.
11' 9" x 4' 10" (3.58m x 1.47m) Window to side, range of wall and base units with laminated worktop, single drainer and bowl sink unit, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tumble dryer, space for chest freezer, tiled floor.
Ground floor shower room
Window to side, low level WC, hand basin, shower cubicle with rain head shower over, part tiling to walls, warm air heater, tiled floor.
Windows to front and side, built-in cupboard, warm air heater.
13' 9" x 15' 8" (4.19m x 4.78m) Windows to rear, beautiful views over garden and the Welsh hills in the distance, built-in wardrobe, skirting radiator.
13' 6" x 13' 0" (4.11m x 3.96m) Windows to both sides, fitted wardrobes/cupboards, radiator.
8' 8" x 12' 2" (2.64m x 3.71m) Window to side.
8' 0" x 8' 3" (2.44m x 2.51m) Window to side, built-in cupboard which houses the lpg gas combi boiler, loft access, radiator.
Window to side, panel bath, hand basin, part tiling to walls, heated towel rail.
Window to side, low level WC.
5' 0" x 3' 0" (1.52m x 0.91m) Accessed from the garden.
10' 10" x 18' 11" (3.30m x 5.77m) Up & over door, window to rear of garage.
10' 0" x 11' 9" (3.05m x 3.58m) Currently used as a garden store.
Total approx. Plot size 45 yards x 30 yards, equating to just under one third of an acre. Property set fairly centrally in its plot. Gardens are laid to lawn and sloping for the most part up to the boundary with the churchyard to the rear. Level driveway area which provides parking, garage and access to the property.
From Chipping Sodbury take Cotswold Road to the West towards Old Sodbury and proceed into the village. Immediately after the petrol filling station, turn left into Cotswold Lane and start to climb the hill. The property is the last on the left before you get to the church.