This substantial (2,659 sq ft) detached four bedroom bungalow complete with two bedroom self contained annexe with c 12 acres of grounds and woodland is situated in a delightful rural BS8 location on Sandy Lane, positioned on the Abbots Leigh & Lower Failand borders.
The main property revels in its sleek light and airy accommodation with two large and highly impressive living areas, with the dual aspect living room measuring over 25ft x 17ft and a fantastic open plan kitchen/dining/family room nearly 20ft sq, making this the true social hub of the home. A vast 22ft dining hall with adjacent utility/cloakroom WC leads to an inner hall which in turn offers access to the four bedrooms (two with en-suite facilities) and the family bathroom.
The detached annexe is also a good size and offers a 23ft open plan living/kitchen area, shower room WC and two bedrooms. The annexe clearly lends itself perfectly for dependent relatives offering independence with it's own entrance or alternatively could be a used as a long term let or Air BnB. There is also an adjoining utility room to the side with it's own access and the expansive driveway is set behind private secure gates and offers numerous parking opportunities.
The immediate grounds surrounding the property are just over an acre in size and are mainly laid to lawn, with a variety of trees, seating areas, sun deck to the rear with sunken hot tub and a delightful sun terrace to the front which is a sun trap and has a real Mediterranean feel complete with an outdoor fireplace and central patio area ideal for al fresco entertaining during the warmer months. An obvious boundary to the initial grounds is easily identified by timber fencing which opens to a paddock of approaching 2 acres ideal for grazing animals. This leads onto the woodland which spans nearly 9 acres complete with attractive stream running through it.
Abbots Leigh is located just off of the A369 which provides great access to Bristol in one direction and the motorway network (3 miles) in the other. Abbots Leigh has long been regarded one of Bristol's most sought after villages, with its own identity, it is well served by the village hall and public house and in proximity is a farm shop for day to day provisions. One of its most appealing features is the ease of access to Clifton Village, which has a wide variety of bespoke boutiques, restaurants and bars. For those who enjoy the country pursuits, there are some excellent walks / rides through the Ashton Court Estate and Leigh Woods Nature Reserve. For national and international travel, Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol International Airport are within close proximity.
Bristol also provides a good selection of schools including Clifton College, Clifton High School, QEH, Bristol Grammar School and Badminton School for Girls. Other schools in the surrounding area include The Downs School at Wraxall. Clifton Village is just across the famous Suspension Bridge with its boutique shops, banks, restaurants, post office, public houses and art galleries. The city centre is located approximately 6 miles away and provides extensive shopping facilities including Cabot Circus Shopping Centre. Cribbs Causeway is also within easy reach. Junction 19 of the M5 (4.5 miles) provides access to the national motorway network. Bristol Temple Meads provides a fast train service to London Paddington which is approximately 90 minutes. Bristol Airport is 7 miles to the south. Ashton Court is 4 miles away and provides communal parkland of approximately 800 acres.
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Local Authority: North Somerset
Council Tax Band: F
Services; mains water, mains electricity, private drainage & oil central heating.