A beautiful Victorian stone fronted five bedroom detached family home situated in Upper Clevedon on one of the most highly regarded addresses, The Avenue.
Retaining much of its original period detail, this charming period home is impressive throughout. With beautiful stone elevations under a pitched tiled roof, the dressed Bath stone bay window surround is typical of its Victorian age. This fine home has generous accommodation which is arranged over three floors and in brief comprises; entrance vestibule, entrance hall, guest bathroom, drawing room, dining room, snug, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room with access to the basement with has five cellar rooms and cloakroom. The first floor features five bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor features two attic rooms which completes the comprehensive accommodation. Externally, the rear garden is predominantly laid to a level lawn with a raised sun terrace extending across the back of the property providing an space to dine al fresco whilst enjoying views of the estuary in the distance. The property is nicely set back from the road with a driveway for numerous vehicles as well a detached tandem length garage. The property also features solar panel heating.
Secure timber entrance door with transom window above opening to the entrance vestibule, obscure glazed windows to either side, original Victorian 'Minton' tiled floor, stained glass windows and leaded glazed period pained door opening to:
A welcoming and inviting entrance hall with high ceilings offering a real sense space and grandeur. A period ornate cornice ceiling, double panelled radiator, turned staircase rising to the first floor landing, period pressed panelled doors opening to principle rooms.
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising; low level WC, deep panelled bath, vanity wash hand basin, stained glass window to front aspect, heated towel rail, radiator, built-in storage cupboard.
A grand room with stunning views across the garden to the Bristol channel and the Welsh hills in the distance. Period features include moulded cornicing and detailed ceiling rose, Minster stone fireplace with open grate, picture rails and tall skirting boards, TV point, radiator, sash double glazed bay door and window combination opening to the expansive sun terrace.
A beautifully appointed room, light and airy in its appearance with a feature uPVC double glazed sash box window to front aspect, wood panelled wainscoting, warmed by a coal effect gas fireplace with marble surround, two radiators, picture rail, ceiling cornice and ceiling rose.
With a double glazed bay window to side aspect, two radiators, ceiling rose, picture rail.
A bespoke, hand-made traditionally fitted with a comprehensive range of duck egg coloured wall, base and drawer units with wood block and granite work surfaces over, chimney recessed gas fired AGA range with attractive tiled surround, space for fridge, cupboard housing hot water cylinder, double glazed window to rear aspect enjoying views of the estuary, glazed door opening to the sun terrace, stripped wood flooring, radiator, door to:-
Fitted with a traditional butlers dresser with wood block worksurface, glass fronted display cabinets with drawer and cupboards beneath, inset double sink unit with Corian plinth and channelled drainer, stained glass window to side aspect, stairs leading down to the basement cellars, door opening to the side elevation.
Stairs descending to a central hallway with doors opening to:
With a small window and access to the electric consumer unit.
Currently used as a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine. There is spaces for a fridge/freezer and a sink unit with base units and drawers.
With a Belfast sink and a a door which opens directly to the gardens.
This room houses the gas fired boiler which serves the heating system and domestic hot water, fitted work benches.
With a low level WC, window to the side aspect.
Window to side aspect.
A turned stair case rises to the half landing with a period panelled door and stained glass window combination opens to a useful cloaks cupboard. The galleried landing continues the theme of elegance with high celings with coricing and picture rails, storage cupboard, door to stair case rising to the second floor, access to all of the bedrooms and the family bathroom.
uPVC double glazed sash windows to front aspect, period fireplace, dado rail, picture rail, built-in wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving, pedestal wash hand basin.
Affording stunning, elevated views towards the estuary and Welsh hills. Period features include; window shutters, ceiling cornice, picture rail, Victorian fireplace.
uPVC double glazed sash window to rear aspect affording views of the estuary and Welsh hills, period fireplace, picture rail, corniced ceiling.
uPVC double glazed sash window to front aspect, picture rail, radiator, pedestal wash hand basin.
Window to side aspect, storage cupboard, picture rail.
Fitted with a four piece suite comprising; deep panelled bath, tiled shower enclosure, vanity wash hand basin with cupboards beneath, low level WC, tiling to splash prone areas, sash window to side aspect, feature stained glass window, mirror fronted cabinets, access to roof space via loft hatch.
Three storage cupboards, doors opening to:
Window to the front aspect, eaves storage space.
Window to the rear aspect enjoying beautiful, elevated views across Walton St mary to the estaury and Welsh hills, eaves storage.
The gardens are the crowning feature to this wonderful property which lie to the rear of the property and enjoy a sunny orientation with stunning views of Walton St Mary, the estuary and the Welsh hills in the distance. The gardens are predominantly laid to an expanse of manicured lawns and established borders with an array of deep planted flowering shrubs and trees including eating apple trees, Ceanothus and Rhodendrum bushes, all to name but a few. An elevated, timber decked seating areas extends across the back of the property providing ample space to sit back and relax and enjoy the garden and vistas. This seating space can be easily accessed via the French doors from the kitchen.
The garage is approached over a generous driveway which sweeps across the front of the property to the detached garage. The garage features an up and over door, light and power connected, door opening to the rear of the garage and to the garden.
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