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4 bedroom detached house for sale

High Street, Iron Acton, BS37

Sold by Us £950,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Extended 1920'S Detached House
  • Nearly 2500 Sqft Of Light & Spacious Accommodation
  • Superb Central Village Location, Hidden From View
  • Four Double Bedrooms, Master With En-Suite
  • Three Reception Rooms Plus Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Large Garage With Storage Room Over
  • Gorgeous Gardens Of Approx 0.9 Acre

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Hidden away behind its own electric gates and up a winding gravel drive, sits this substantial detached 1920's home centrally located within grounds of approximately 0.9 acre.

Extended and updated over the years, this delightful home has large, spacious rooms with plenty of light flooding in through large windows. The front of the house is south-facing with the majority of the rooms here having views of the village church. Plenty of period features remain, including fireplaces, sash windows, picture rails and wood flooring.

The well-proportioned accommodation amounts to approximately 2500 sq ft and briefly comprises: Entrance hall with cloak room off, 27' family room, dining room, 19' x 17' sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, master bedroom with en-suite, second bedroom with dressing room, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom.

The grounds are laid predominantly to lawn with a large degree of privacy. There is abundant parking and a generous detached garage with first floor storage.

The thriving conservation village of Iron Acton has a true community feel, centred around the Medieval church, Parish Hall, 'Good' primary school and two pubs, as well Parish Meadows with tennis courts and playground and a village green complete with maypole. There are plentiful local activities and annual events such as the May Day celebrations, Beer Festival and Proms In The Meadows to name but a few (more details can be found on the website).

A classic country village, it is also convenient for the market town of Chipping Sodbury and also Yate with its comprehensive range of shops and schools, cinema/restaurant complex and train station with regular services to Bristol. There are excellent communication links with the M4/M5/M32 motorway networks and Bristol Parkway train station with mainline rail access to all parts of the country.

Entrance Hall
Covered entrance way with stone steps up to wooden door which opens into the entrance hall, stairs rise to first floor with storage cupboard under, radiator.

Cloak Room
Close couple WC and pedestal wash and basin with tiled splashback, window to the rear, radiator.

Family Room
27'10 x 12'1. A fabulous through room with a square bay window to the front elevation with views of the church, gorgeous stone fireplace, bifold doors open onto the rear decking area overlooking the rear garden, window to side, radiator.

Dining Room
14' x 12'. Fireplace with period cast iron surround, radiator, square bay window to front with view of the church, door to sitting room.

Sitting Room
19'9 x 17'. Oak flooring, radiator, window to rear, two windows and French doors to the front, cupboard housing Worcester LPG combi boiler.

Kitchen / Breakfast
13'10 x 13'3. Local craftsman handmade kitchen with a range of base cupboards with granite worktops and eye level cupboards over, Belfast sink with mixer tap and wooden drainers, built in 5-ring NEFF hob with NEFF extractor hood over, built in double NEFF oven, kick space heater, tiled flooring, windows to rear and side, radiator, part glazed door to utility room.

Utility Room
6'9 x 5'10. Corner wash hand basin, space and plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, window to rear, uPVC double glazed door to outside.

French doors with views of the church open onto full-width balcony.

Master Bedroom
20' x 14'1. A light, dual aspect, room with windows to the rear and front elevation, the front enjoying views over the garden towards the church, two radiators, door to en-suite.

Matching white suite comprising panelled bath with Mira shower and screen over, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail, window to rear.

Bedroom Two
14'2 x 12'. A lovely,dual aspect, room with feature fireplace (non-operational) with period surround windows to front and side, radiator, opening through to dressing room.

Dressing Room
14' x 7'3. (Formerly Bedroom Five; could easily be so again) Range of built-in wardrobes, radiator, window to rear, access to loft with light and power.

Bedroom Three
12' x 10'8. Feature fireplace with period surround, window to front with views of the church, radiator.

Bedroom Four
13'9 x 9'. A light room with vaulted ceiling housing 2 Velux windows, windows to side and rear overlooking the garden, radiator.

A large room with spacious walk-in shower enclosure with Mira shower, cast-iron clawfoot bath with mixer tap, close couple WC, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor, heated towel rail, two windows to rear.

The gardens are a particularly attractive feature of Elm Croft, amounting to approximately 0.9 of an acre.

Through wrought iron gates is a winding gravel driveway which leads to a parking area to the front of the house splitting part way along towards the two storey garage. To the side of the drive is a gently sloping lawn to the village High Street in front of the church.

The front of the property is south-facing and here is a paved terrace perfect for morning coffee or evening entertaining.

The gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with a wide range of mature shrubs, trees and bushes planted within the borders providing a high degree of privacy. To the rear of the house is a further large lawned area with decking area off the family room perfect for barbecues.

Large wooden garden shed and steel dog kennel, cold water tap.

16'10 x 15'. Lighting & power, doors to front, door to rear storage area with window and courtesy door to outside. Steps up to useful first floor storage area 23' 9 x 9'8. Two Velux windows and windows to the front and rear.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
06 September 2017


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