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6 bedroom detached house for sale

East Harptree, Near Bristol, BS40

Under Offer £725,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial 1930's Detached Four Bedroom House
  • Attached Two Bedroom Annexe
  • Large Workshop with Development Potential
  • Additional Outbuildings
  • Gardens of Approximately 1 Acre

Full description


Accommodation

Ground Floor

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Dining Room

Snug

Sitting Room

Shower Room

First Floor

Master Bedroom with En-Suite

Three further Bedrooms

Family Bathroom

Outside

Large Garden

Workshop

Outbuildings/Stables

Annex Ground Floor

Kitchen/Dining Room

Sitting Room

WC

Annex First Floor

Two Bedrooms

Bathroom

Situation

Prospect House is situated in the popular and charming village of East Harptree, on the northern edge of the Mendip Hills and close to the Chew Valley.  Within the village there is a strong community with a range of local facilities including a church, village hall, public house, primary school, pre-school, shop, playing field and cricket club. Further local facilities are available in the near-by villages of Chewton Mendip and West Harptree. 

The property is ideally located for those commuting to Bristol, Bath and the local market towns. The regional centre of Bristol is 14 miles to the north whilst the Heritage City of Bath is 16 miles to the north east. The Cathedral City of Wells offers further facilities and is 7 miles to the south.

Mainline rail services to London Paddington are available from Bristol (98 minutes) and Bath (85 minutes).  Bristol International Airport lies approximately 10 miles to the west, giving convenient access to regular internal and international flights.

The House

Prospect House is a wonderful spacious family home. Originally dating back to the 1930’s the house still retains many of the original characteristics from when the house was built, these include high ceilings, bay windows and the stain glass, all of which are synonymous with the era.

In recent years the property has benefitted from the addition of a two bedroom annexe, this would suit those looking for separate accommodation for a dependent relative or indeed combing two household together.

Upon entering the property you are greeted by the reception hall, with the original flooring from the 1930’s. Beyond the reception hall are the snug, the sitting room and the dining room. As you would expect with a property of this vintage all the principal rooms are generous in size, also on the ground floor is the kitchen/breakfast room with a range of matching wall and floor units and the gas fired Stanley which provides central heating and hot water. The ground floor is further enhanced by the shower room.

Proceeding to the first floor, there are four generous double bedrooms, three of which share the family bathroom which comprises a three piece suite. The master bedroom has its own en-euite shower room.

Attached to the main house is a two bedroom annexe, the annexe has a modern kitchen/dining room, a living room and a WC on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor.

Outside

Prospect House also has a range of out buildings, one of which is currently being used as a workshop, however, subject to the necessary consents this and the adjoin workshop could be converted for residential use with garaging.

At the bottom of the garden, there are further outbuildings which are currently being used for storage, the garden itself is predominantly laid to lawn. The driveway at the front of the property leads to the rear and allows for ample parking.

Leisure Pursuits

The area is well known for its variety and diversity of sporting and leisure facilities.  Walking and cycling may be undertaken in the immediate locality.  More formal pursuits may take place at the following locations:-

Leisure Centres – Farrington Gurney, Chew Magna and Wells

Golf – Farrington Gurney, Mendip and Wells

Sailing – Bristol, Chew Valley Lake

Fishing – Rivers Avon and Chew, Chew Valley Lake and Blagdon Lake

Horse Racing – Bath, Chepstow and Wincanton

General Information

Tenure

Freehold

Services  

Mains water, electricity and gas. Private Drainage. Gas fired central heating

Energy Performance Certificate

EPC House – E

EPC Annexe - C

Postcode  

BS40 6BQ

Viewings

Strictly by appointment with the Vendors agent Killens.

Fixtures and fittings  

All those items usually regarded as retained to the vendors are specifically reserved out of the sale.

Directions

From Bristol, proceed southwards along the A37 for approximately 5 miles. After proceeding through the village of Pensford, turn right at the Chelwood roundabout onto the A368. Continue for approximately 2 miles into the village of Bishop Sutton. Pass through Bishop Sutton and Sutton Wick then pass the Chew Valley Lake on your right hand side. Upon entering West Harptree turn left towards East Harptree. The property can then be found on your left hand side after 0.3 miles.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 February 2016

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