Quirky, interesting and special, this 3 bedroom detached cottage is believed to date back to 1650's and was once a brew house and laundry, it's true to say it's something a bit different. Beautifully presented and enjoying countryside views to both the front and rear and set in the peaceful backwater of Cromhall.
As you step into the property, you'll see that when the property was converted back in 2003, plenty of thought went into making the most of the character and feel of the property where there are many features that will catch your eye. The property has two staircases which give access to the following accommodation, on the ground floor is the kitchen dining room on one side of the property and the master bedroom with ensuite on the other. Then on the first floor you have the sitting room, 2 further bedrooms and shower room. Lofty beamed ceilings help give a light and airy feel plus making the most of the views. There is parking for 3 cars to the front and an enclosed rear garden with a lovely seating area with views over the fields behind.
Cromhall is a popular village conveniently placed in relation to the M5 motorway junction 14 and the A38 at Falfield, Wotton under Edge, Bristol, Gloucester, Cribbs Causeway and the M4/M5 interchange at Almondsbury. The village itself boasts a primary school, public house and village shop/post office. The nearby centres of Wotton under Edge, Thornbury and Chipping Sodbury/Yate offer a full range of educational, shopping, leisure and other facilities. This property is within reach of Katherine Lady Berkeley School in Kingswood and Castle School, Thornbury.
Location & Situation
Mains water, electric and drainage connected.
Oil fired central heating.
kitchen dining room
14' 4" x 22' 8" (4.37m x 6.91m) Windows to front and both sides, exposed wooden beams, range of wall and base units with quartz worktops over, part tiling to walls, inset Belfast sink, space for Rangemaster with cooker hood over, integral fridge, freezer and dish washer, plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and cobbled hearth, 2 x radiators, staircase leading to first floor, storage cupboard under.
14' 7" x 12' 9" (4.45m x 3.89m) Windows to both sides, lofty beamed ceiling, radiator.
10' 10" x 13' 4" (3.30m x 4.06m) Window to rear, lofty beamed ceiling, radiator.
14' 9" x 8' 2" (4.50m x 2.49m) Window to front, lofty beamed ceiling, radiator,
Low level WC, hand basin with vanity, shower cubicle with electric shower over, part tiling to walls, exposed beam, heated towel rail, extractor fan.
Second staircase leading to ground floor.
10' 9" max x 14' 6" into bay (3.28m x 4.42m) Window to side, fitted wardrobes and draws, radiator, French doors opening to rear garden.
Window to side, low level WC, hand basin, panelled bath with shower over, part tiling to walls, heated towel rail, extractor fan.
4' 3" x 5' 2" (1.30m x 1.57m) Worcester oil combi boiler, fuse box with smart meter, radiator.
Southerly facing rear garden
7 yards approx. X 17 yards. Walls and fences make up the boundaries, mainly laid to lawn, lovely patio seating area to the rear of the garden makes the most of the countryside views, storage area for wood and bins, oil tank, summer house and separate garden shed, gated side access, trees and shrubs.
Take the B4058 Wotton Road from Iron Acton northwards for about 4.5 miles. You’ll pass through the villages of Rangeworthy and Bagstone and just as you enter Cromhall, on the brow of the hill turn right into Talbots End. The Brew House will be found on your right hand side after just under a quarter of a mile. Please look for our “For Sale” sign.