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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Golden Valley, Bitton, Bristol, BS30 6NZ

Guide Price £1,100,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Family kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Master bedroom with en-suite bath & shower room
  • Three further double bedrooms
  • Decked terrace off master suite
  • Family bathroom
  • Stables within grounds
  • Covered wooden double carport
  • Patio from family room
  • Set in circa 14 acres of farmland

Full description

Bitton is a sought after and bustling village, equidistant between the city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Bristol - gateway to the South West. Between them, the two cities and surrounding countryside offer locals access to some of the country's finest schools - including Clifton College and Badminton school for Girls in Bristol; Royal High School for Girls and Kingswood in Bath; and Stonar, Prior Park and Monkton Combe all within several miles of the property. Both cities offer world class university's and with recent developments in Bristol (Cabot Circus) and Bath (SouthGate) along with historic Milsom Street there is designer shopping as well as numerous award winning bars and restaurants - including The Pig at Bath and the Michelin starred Pony and Trap.

Sport is never too far away either, with horse racing at Lansdown and an abundance of Golf Courses, most notably The Players, The Kendleshire and Tracey Park.

Infrastructure too is fantastic, with the M4 and M5 motorways circa 10 miles away, and access to Bath Spa (7 miles) with trains to London Paddington in circa 1h 30m or into Bristol Temple Meads in a little over 10 minutes.

Little Normead Farm

Accessed via gated entrance from a lane leading through from Bitton, Little Normead Farm is a 1930's house which has been set into circa fourteen acres of land within the popular district of Bitton and stretches into Upton Cheney. Once behind the gates and past the pond you follow a track which meanders through the land for a few hundred yards before the house greets you and the covered parking can be seen.

The front door opens into the hallway off which the reception rooms can be found in the form of a dining room and family room has been smartly opened up to the kitchen. The family room really is the hub of the home here and dining tables, sofas and the access through to the kitchen give a real feel that family time is key. There are three sets of patio doors from the family room and they lead out onto the patio area which is a beautiful space for social occasions or simply relaxing in the tranquillity the space affords.

Through the kitchen there is a utility room which is also a useful store space or even could be converted as a prep kitchen if desired.

Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms, the master with doors onto the balcony and another into the en suite. There are three further double bedrooms and the positioning of these allows flexibility in the event of a relative or older child wanting independence. In fact the seller has been able to use this space for holiday lets as and when required.


The doors from the family room open onto the patio leading into the expanse of circa fourteen acres of land which, naturally, comes with a great many options. There are stables on the land which do have water and electricity and are located along a track to the rear of the house. The boundary of the land has been maintained but also left to thrive in the way nature intended and so wildlife is a key feature across the plot, along with a great many mature trees and shrubs including two very beautiful oaks.

The opportunities on this land are aplenty and the flexible accommodation certainly aids this. The outbuilding and carport are just behind the house at the end of the pretty drive in from the gates. A walk to the top of the 'garden' where it borders other land is certainly worth it as from near the Poplar trees you can look back towards the house and beyond at the stunning surroundings and feel the natural beauty around.


Oil central heating system. Mains electrics. Water via filtration system from spring. Private sewerage.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
30 June 2016

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