Located in a prime rural setting is this detached 1930's character family orientated home set within a third of an acre plot with a stunning open aspect. Offering in excess of 1,700 sq ft of prime living accommodation, this charming home is neatly arranged over two floors and has enjoyed a series of improvements to suit modern family living whilst keeping the feel of a country cottage.
Sitting pretty with whitewashed rendered and natural local stone facade elevations, under a pitched cross-gabled tiled roof. 'Birch Cottage' is warmly welcomed to the market with properties in this convenient yet rural location rarely available for those buyers looking for seclusion away from town life with countryside walks and rural views all on your doorstep. Sheepway still provides ease of access for the family purchaser to nearby schools and shopping facilities, for the city professional looking to be out of town, the ease of access to the motorway and Central Bristol will be a big plus.
On entering the property you're greeted with a light-filled entrance hall finished with a quality Travertine tiled floor with a staircase that rises up to the first-floor landing. The hallway features pressed panelled 30's doors that open to both the family room and the living room which lie on the east elevation of the property and provides two modest reception rooms with features indicative to the era.
A boot room is also accessed from the hallway and the more important from the rear garden and provides a useful room suitable for a busy outdoors family. The main feature of the house in our opinion has to be the dining room & kitchen which has been a fine addition to the property from the current owners and provides a good open plan family living space with a plethora of natural light filling the space from the roof skylights and the bi-folding doors that open onto the rear garden.
The kitchen is fully equipped with a comprehensive range of wall, base and drawer units with black granite work surfaces complementing the cream units. An island unit takes centre stage and offers space to entertain family and friends whilst enjoying the open outlook to the rear. A utility room and WC is accessed from the dining room and completes the accommodation on the ground floor.
The first floor benefits from four bedrooms, three of which are doubles and one being a modest single bedroom with a re-fitted family bathroom. The bedrooms to the rear elevation of the property enjoy a rural outlook with views towards the Gordano valley.
To the front of the property, a five bar gate opening onto a gravelled driveway providing off-road parking numerous vehicles. A lawned area and specimen trees enclose the curtilage by fencing, hedging and offer a good degree of privacy. To the rear, this garden is the jewel in the crown and provides an area of easy lawn with a paved path to a further seating and entertaining space in the corner. Surrounding the gardens are mature trees and shrubs, providing a good deal of colour and texture throughout the year within a fenced boundary. A fully equipped log cabin also provides a useful place for a dependant relative or for those buyers looking to generate a secondary Air B&B income.
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
Services - Mains Water, Drainage, Gas & Electric, Solar Panels
Council Tax Band: F
Sheepway is a popular hamlet located on the fringes of the thriving coastal town of Portishead which offers many facilities with everything from Waitrose to Costa Coffee. Sheepway is also a popular country area for walks, one of which is located just outside the property's boundaries. It offers excellent access to the M5 motorway network junction 19.
Given the quality of the address and further potential, early viewings are strongly recommended.
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