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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Character surroundings in Yatton


Property Description

Key features

  • Historic 17th Century detached village house
  • Retains a multitude of period features
  • Immense four/five bedroom layout plus attic rooms
  • Open 'Inglenook' fireplaces, beamed ceilings amongst other great features
  • Large walled, secluded well stocked rear gardens and driveway to the side
  • Outstanding central village location only a stone's throw from shops

Full description

17th Century Grade II listed period detached house enjoying an uncompromising position overlooking the village green - This Grade II listed property undoubtedly enjoys a rich history and is probably one of the oldest buildings within the village. The house retains a multitude of period features so highly sought after with this type of home and includes a number of large inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams and two particularly attractive Georgian style bay windows overlooking the rear garden. The accommodation is typical of its type and totally synonymous with its era. Set over two floors, the ground floor enjoys an array of sizeable rooms which are approached through a welcoming entrance hall with its own inglenook.  Included is a sitting room, separate drawing room, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen and study/playroom. The first floor is equally attractive and provides four double size bedrooms, master with en suite shower room together with family bathroom. Just above is the attic with its hidden access door and tight staircase - maybe the place to put a train set or the let the children have a sleep over?

Outside, the gardens can best be described as amazing and really must be seen to be believed. To the rear, they are remarkably large, particularly secluded and thoroughly well stocked with a wide array of mature trees, flowers and shrubs. To the side there is a double width driveway providing ample off street parking.

Causeway House can be found in the heart of Yatton village literally only yards from the shops within the village centre, historic church, village hall and the highly acclaimed Yatton primary school. For those looking to commute, the mainline railway station connects Bristol, Bath, London and the West Country and the M5 connects at the nearby junctions of Clevedon and Weston Super Mare.

This delightful period home is a true one off and is sure to charm the most discerning buyer.

a spectacular secluded space that could be best described as a gardener's dream. The present owners have made this area a fantastic feature and have incorporated a wide variety of mature trees, flowers and shrubs interspersed with attractive screened seating areas, two ornamental fishponds, pergola and all linked together with sweeping lawns. Around the edge of the grounds are toolsheds, fuel stores and to the side there is potting shed with light and power as well as small summerhouse ideal for those days of slightly inclement weather yet you still want to be outside.

Ground Floor 

Entrance Storm Porch 
with stone step, panelled entrance door leading to:

Reception Hall 
with exposed stone fireplace with timber mantle over and bread ovens, radiator.

Inner Hall 
glazed double doors leading to sitting room and dining room.

Downstairs Cloakroom 
with low level wc, wash basin with tiled splashback, radiator.

Sitting Room 
14' 4'' x 13' 6'' (4.37m x 4.11m)
measurements include large open inglenook style fireplace, quarry tiled hearth, exposed timber beam over, wood burning stove, window to front, radiator, beamed ceiling.

Rear Hall 
with staircase rising to first floor, shuttered window, French doors leading to rear garden, built in under stairs storage cupboard.

Drawing Room 
17' 9'' x 13' 1'' (5.41m x 3.98m)
measurements exclude attractive Georgian style bay window overlooking rear gardens, three radiators, open fireplace with stone hearth, beamed ceiling, built in storage cupboard, shuttered window to the front.

Dining Room 
19' 10'' x 9' 7'' (6.04m x 2.92m)
measurements exclude large Georgian style bay window overlooking rear garden, three radiators, fitted gas fire, beamed ceiling.

Breakfast Room 
14' 8'' x 8' 0'' (4.47m x 2.44m)
measurements exclude two storage cupboards, cupboard concealing wall mounted gas boiler providing dometic hot water circulation and central heating, radiator, open access to:

14' 4'' x 7' 4'' (4.37m x 2.23m)
fitted with an array of wall and base units with work surfaces, tiled surrounds, inset one and a half bowl sink unit, appliances including concealed extractor, built in double electric oven, gas hob, plumbing for automatic washing machine, plumbing for automatic dishwasher, glazed door providing access to rear garden, inset spotlighting.

Playroom/Study/Bed 5 
13' 6'' x 11' 7'' (4.11m x 3.53m)
exposed floor boarding, beamed ceiling, radiator.

First Floor 

Large Landing 
with built in storage cupboard, concealed staircase access rising to attic floor.

Master Bedroom  
16' 1'' x 11' 0'' (4.90m x 3.35m)
measurements include built in wardrobe and exclude walk in wardrobe with ample hanging space and shelving, radiator, skylight, door providing access to eaves storage.

En Suite Bathroom 
with suite of panelled bath, wash basin with cupboards under, tiled surrounds, low level wc, skylight, radiator.

Bedroom 2 
19' 6'' x 9' 8'' (5.94m x 2.94m)
measurements include array of fitted wardrobes with cupboards over, radiator.

Bedroom 3 
14' 4'' x 12' 10'' (4.37m x 3.91m)
with shuttered window to front, radiator, period fireplace, large walk in eaves storage cupboard, radiator.

Bedroom 4 
13' 1'' x 10' 4'' (3.98m x 3.15m)
with shuttered window, radiator.

with suite of panel bath, separate shower cubicle with glazed door and shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, built in shelved cupboard with power, fully tiled surrounds.

Separate WC 
with high level wc, wash basin, radiator.

Attic Floor 

Attic Room 
accessed from concealed staircase, skylight, divided into two areas, radiators.


Causeway House is situated adjacent to the High Street and is in a small lane which links the High Street, the old part of the village, is adjacent to the Village Hall and a stone's throw from the historic church. The front of the property is bound by a small low level stone wall with step access to the entrance storm porch, a small gravel area, neatly tended shrubs and small flower border.

to the right of the cottage there is a double width driveway providing ample parking together with walled gated access leading to:

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18 July 2016

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