A stunning architect designed glass fronted contemporary home (1,793 sq ft) with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and wonderful panoramic rural views. 'Woodlee' was built in 2013 to exacting standards and with exceptional energy efficiency, with 3 zone under floor heating and a solar powered hot water system.
When entering the property via the entrance you are instantly greeted by a wonderful feeling of light and glimpses of the delightful views behind the property. The hallway stairs lead down to the open plan living / dining room with full width bi-fold doors ensuring the room enjoys the beautiful country views beyond and giving direct access to a sizable south facing terrace which is enclosed by glass. The highly impressive 41ft open plan living area has a vaulted central area, and a log burner to one end, with dining area and kitchen to the other end with a breakfast bar, a range of high quality units and integral appliances. The master bedroom is also off the lower ground floor and enjoy's its own loft storage & with French doors leading to the terrace and an en-suite bathroom. A shower room is also on this floor. From the entrance hall, the stairs also lead up to the first floor galleried landing which regally overlooks the living accommodation, also with access to the two remaining bedrooms, one with en suite facilities.
Outside there is an expansive tarmac driveway with off road parking opportunities for 5/6 vehicles enclosed by secure remote controlled electric gates. Steps lead down both sides of the house with storage areas to the side and enclosed gardens to the rear which wrap around the house. Immediately outside the house is a south facing sun terrace, ideal for enjoying the wonderful uninterrupted views of the open countryside that Woodlee has to offer.
Useful Information -
Location - The village of Wraxall is particularly well placed for commuting to Bristol (being approximately 6.5 miles to the south west of the city). Amenities include a Church and choice of Public Houses as well as a choice of scenic walks such as Tyntesfield woods & Prior’s Woods. The M4/M5 motorways are easily reached at either Junction 19 or 20 of the M5 and Clifton Village, with its colourful selection of shops, restaurants and boutiques is easily accessible via the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge. The city centre can be accessed along either the B3128 of the A370 (Long Ashton by pass) and Bristol International Airport can be found within seven miles offering daily flights to Europe. Nearby Nailsea also offers a wide selection of high street shops, restaurants, supermarkets and other amenities including high street banking. The area is particularly well served for schooling in both the state and private sectors with most notably the village primary school of excellent repute as well as The Downs School being a leading independent school for boys and girls aged between four and thirteen. Within Bristol, Clifton College and Clifton High Schools to name but a few and within approximately five miles travelling distance.
Nailsea - which has a good Waitrose supermarket and Tesco’s is about 5 minutes by car, J19 of the M5 is 10 minutes. Clifton is also within10 minutes. Closest bus stop is about 1/2 a mile away (opposite Noah’s Ark Zoo). Nailsea is a good little town with range of banks, pharmacies and Drs Surgery.Nailsea (2.4 miles), Nailsea and Backwell railway station (3.5 miles) with regular services to London Paddington (approximately 120 minutes), Portishead (3.9 miles), M5 motorway network at junction 19 (4.5 miles) and 20 (4 miles), Clifton Village (6.5 miles), Bristol City Centre (7 miles), Bristol Airport (7 miles) (All distances approximate)
Services - Mains drainage, electricity, and water. LPG gas central heating (tank underground). The house’s hot water is supplemented by 4 solar thermal panels.
Local Authority North Somerset Tel: 01934 888 888
Council Tax Band - F