5 bedroom detached house for saleWorlds End Lane, Synwell, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, GL12
Guide Price £995,000
- Entrance Hall
- Double Reception Room
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Garden Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- 5 Bedrooms
- 3 Bath/Shower Rooms
- Landscaped Garden
- EPC Rating = E
A substantial family home with far reaching views.
The property is well placed for access to the M4 (junctions 17 and 18) and M5 (junction 14) as well as Tetbury and Cirencester to the east. Mainline railway stations at Bristol Parkway and Kemble provide a regular service to London Paddington in around 90 minutes. The Regency spa town of Cheltenham is positioned to the north and the Georgian city of Bath, as well as the regional centre of Bristol, to the south.
All day to day requirements are offered in Wotton Under Edge. Tetbury offers an excellent range of restaurants, antiques shops and supermarkets as well as a nationally heralded cheese shop. Cribbs Causewa y, near Bristol, has one of the largest shopping centres in the country and lies within easy reach. The elegant and historic cities of Bath and Cheltenham are both famous for their architecture and art, music and literary festivals. They also have their own theatres and a great number of excellent restaurants.
There is a well thought of pre-prep and prep school at Beaudesert. Other private sector schools nearby include Westonbirt School for Girls. There are also the Cheltenham Colleges as well as Querns.
Bethell House occupies a delightful position close to and overlooking the thriving Cotswold market town of Wotton-under-Edge, which is tucked away on the southern edge of the Cotswolds. The house is predominantly sheltered to the north and east by a selection of mature specimen trees, yet to the south and south west, spectacular views span across the, Berkeley Vale, Severn Estuary, The Mendips and Welsh hills beyond, all whilst being set in the fold of the Cotswold escarpment. The immediate countryside is totally unspoilt and forms part of the Cotswold Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Large electric gates open onto the tarmac drive which leads up to a parking area for plenty of cars. The driveway is flanked by lawn and herbaceous borders, giving a great sense of arrival. Oak front doors open onto a generous entrance hall off which are the study, cloakroom and a door leading through to the integral double garage with room above. This room has electricity and heating and, whilst it is currently used for storage, it could be possible to create ancillary accommodation or a home office here, subject to the necessary planning consents. Off the entrance hall is a pleasant seating area. From here, steps lead up to the most impressive dining room and on to the garden room with under-floor heating and bi-fold doors out to the terrace beyond. The house has been thoughtfully designed and the accommodation flows extremely well, lending itself to entertaining plenty of guests. The kitchen/breakfast room, which is most certainly the heart of the house, is very well-equipped, with gas-fired Aga, a range of integrated appliances, wall and floor timber units with granite work surfaces and a central island. There are French doors out onto a terrace area at the front of the kitchen, which is perfect for enjoying the afternoon sunshine and there is a door to the rear of the kitchen which leads out the terrace behind the house and gardens beyond.
Upstairs, the master suite is delightful with an extensive range of built-in cupboards and dressing area which leads through to the en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and separate, large shower. Also on the first floor are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom along with a generous sitting room. The sitting room has a large gas open fire with stone surround and there is a terrace adorned with Wisteria which has superb views of the gardens. On the second floor there are a further two double bedrooms.
The elevated flag stone terrace to the rear of the house is perfect for outside entertaining, allowing one to take in the surrounding undulating views of the gardens, with its abundance of specimen trees, herbaceous borders and water features. There are various different seating and dining areas to ensure that you can catch then sun and superb views throughout the day and, like the inside of the house, the gardens and terraced areas have been designed for entertaining. The garden, which is predominantly laid to lawn leads up to the rear boundary of the property where there is a large shed with electricity (available by separate negotiation), again, with seating area to enjoy the outstanding views over the town the countryside beyond.
Square Footage: 3,930 sq ft
Postcode GL12 7HD
From Tetbury take the A4135 towards Dursley and Wotton-under-Edge. Continue straight ahead at Calcot Manor traffic lights, past The Hunters Hall at Kingscote. In approximately 1 mile, turn left onto the B4058 towards Wotton-under-Edge. From the War Memorial in the centre of Wotton-Under-Edge, proceed downhill and take the right hand fork signed towards Wortley, Alderley and Hillesley. After approximately 600 yards, turn left in to Locombe Place leading to Hentley Tor. After around 200 yards you will see the entrance to Worlds End Lane and Bethhell House will be directly in front of you.
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