An uncompromised expression of individuality, where breathtaking architecture unites with exceptional interior design, culminating in a unique home showcasing stunning views of the estuary and towards the Welsh coastline.
The gardens are the crowning feature to this wonderful property which lie to the rear and enjoy a channel facing orientation. The gardens are predominantly laid to an expanse of manicured lawns and established borders with an array of deep planted flowering shrubs and trees. A deep paved patio seating area extends across the back of the property providing ample space to sit back, relax and enjoy the garden. A bespoke, curved timber decked seating area enjoys use of the fire pit, beautifully appointed and encouraging outside entertaining during the warmer summer months.
Original. Breathtaking. Assured. At one with their surroundings. This remarkable house embraces and complements the setting. Floor to ceiling glass seamlessly integrates inside and out, while the ever-changing seasons provide a dramatic backdrop to everyday life. Perfectly balancing ingenuity and elegance, 'Thoreaudene' fuses the inherent beauty of natural materials with an inspired double-barrelled roof, glass and rendered elevations exude cutting edge design.
On entering the property you're greeted with a welcoming, spacious entrance hall with a full height barrelled ceiling adding atmosphere and drama. A bespoke, ash spiralled staircase descends to the lower ground floor where the three double bedrooms, impressive master suite, utility room and the stunning, bespoke shower room are located. Three of the bedrooms that reside along the front elevation all have use of the generous balconies that overlook the garden and enjoy enviable vistas of the estuary. The upper floor, entrance level living accommodation offers beautiful, social living space which caters for modern family living with a spacious living room with a floor-to-ceiling picture window enjoying panoramic, elevated views of the estuary and Welsh coastline, and warmed by underfloor heating and a floating wood burning stove. The contemporary styled kitchen/dining room is fully equipped, bespoke and offers great space and light with use of another balcony for those warm summer evenings overlooking the channel. A study, cloakroom and a snug completes the accommodation on this level and designed with social interaction in mind.
The property is located just off Nore Road, a highly sought after location within Portishead and in close proximity to the High Street with its range of shops including Waitrose. The location provides distant views across the Bristol Channel towards the Welsh hills and is within close proximity to the Marina and a range of outdoor activities including Portishead Sailing Club, open air Lido and the Lake Grounds. There is also access to the coastal path. There are numerous primary schools in Portishead and the highly regarded Gordano Secondary School. Independent schools are located within Bristol and the Preparatory School of the Downs School in Wraxall. Portishead offers excellent transport links with the M5 motorway accessed at Junction 19. Bristol Parkway and Temple Meads Station offer frequent Intercity and cross country services. Bristol Airport is approximately 14 miles away and offers both national and international flights.
M5 (J19) 3 miles, M4 (J20) 11 miles, Bristol Parkway 14 miles, Bristol Temple Meads 10.5 miles, Bristol Airport 12 miles (distances approximate).
Local Authority: North Somerset Council Tel: 01934 888888.
Council Tax Band: D
Services: Electric, Gas, Mains Water & Drainage.
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Contact our Portishead office
01275 430 440