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5 bedroom country house for sale

Haw Lane, Olveston, BS35

Sold by Us £950,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Five Double Bedrooms
  • Historic Detached Property
  • Wonderful Village Location
  • Ensuite To Master Bedroom
  • Three Large Reception Rooms
  • Double Garage And Gated Driveway
  • A Host Of Period Features
  • Large Mature Gardens
  • Walking Distance To All Local Amenities
  • Family Home Ideal For A Country Lifestyle

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A truly magnificent five bedroom detached period property, steeped in history, bursting with character and charm, located in the picturesque, sought-after village of Olveston.
Situated in a plot amounting to approx 1/4 acre, the light and airy residence is presented to a high standard throughout and has been upgraded to create a wonderful family home with many retained and enhanced period features. It offers impressive, versatile accommodation throughout, comprising; entrance porch, drawing room, dining room, wonderful 21ft triple aspect sitting room, downstairs cloakroom, utility room, side porch, entrance lobby and fabulous high spec kitchen-breakfast room with a cosy wood burner and attractive window seat. Captivating uninterrupted rural views are enjoyed from the front of the property, whilst the rear and side elevations look out over the delightful gardens.

The first floor comprises a galleried landing; five double bedrooms, the dual aspect master bedroom enjoying an en-suite; and family bathroom. Externally, a driveway leads to a detached double garage, a pretty front garden, and an extensive, fully enclosed (by original high stone walling), well tended and mature rear garden. This exquisite home further benefits from many period features such as several sash windows, original wood flooring and exposed stone walls.

Located in arguably one of the most prestigious parts of the rural community of Olveston, offering beautiful countryside walks, along with a pub, village store, butcher's, hairdresser's, bakery, post office, and a local bus route. Olveston's primary school is rated Outstanding, with Tockington Manor private school only a few minutes away in the adjoining village. The popular market town of Thornbury is just 3.5 miles away, where a wide range of shops, restaurants, and two highly rated secondary schools can be found. The M4/M5 motorway links are easily accessible, along with the A38, which makes for ideal commuting.

Squared glazed door leading into front porch. Squared glazed windows to both sides, door leading to drawing room.

Drawing Room
Sash window to front aspect over-looking open countryside, varnished original maple wood flooring, TV and power points, wall lights, meter cupboard, 2 radiators, glass internal doors leading to sitting room and dining room, and door to inner hallway/reception, attractive original staircase leading to first floor landing.

Dining Room
Sash window to front aspect with original window shutters, varnished original maple wood flooring, radiator, wall lights and power points, feature ceiling beam, with an exposed stone wall and original window to rear aspect.

Sitting Room
Circular bay sash UPVC double glazed window to front aspect over-looking open countryside, sash window to side aspect and side garden, double glazed UPVC double doors leading to paved seating area and rear garden. Coved ceiling, 2 radiators, TV and power points, feature open fireplace with wood burner.

Entrance Porch
Farrow and Ball painted solid wood entrance door leading to porch. Window to side aspect, quarry tiled flooring, door to cloakroom, door to built in storage cupboard, glazed door leading to inner hallway.

Downstairs Cloakroom
Window to side aspect, quarry tiled flooring, low level W.C, wall mounted wash hand basin with tiled splash backs, radiator.

Inner Hall
Oak flooring, seating area, door to utility room and opening to kitchen-breakfast room.

Kitchen / Breakfast
Circular bay window with window seat to rear aspect, window to side aspect. John Lewis of Hungerford Artisan kitchen which comprises; fitted wall and base units, large larder cupboard, built- in alcove shelving, maple edged cream work tops, white ceramic Lansdowne double sink with brushed nickel Clarendon bridge tap, range cooker space, space and plumbing for American style fridge freezer, plumbing for dishwasher, feature ceiling beam, range of spotlights, part tiled (Fired Earth) walls, feature wood burner set in painted brick surround, Amtico dark oak flooring, power points and 2 radiators. Space for a table seating 8 plus people.

Utility Room
Double glazed UPVC windows to side and rear aspects, door leading to garden. A range of matching fitted wall and base units, laminate work tops, circular stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, power points, radiator, part tiled walls, Amtico flooring.

First Floor Landing
Sash window to rear aspect, large built in airing cupboard, loft access, radiator, doors leading to bedrooms 1,2,3 and family bathroom; door leading to second landing, with a door to side aspect, and access to bedrooms four and five.

Master Bedroom
Sash window to front over-looking open countryside, sash window to side aspect over-looking garden, radiator, TV and power points, wall lights, two built in double wardrobes, door leading to en suite.

Master En-suite
Double glazed UPVC window to rear aspect, Porcelanosa bathroom fittings comprising low level W.C, wall mounted wash hand basin with integrated shelf, shower cubicle which is tiled and has a mixer shower, large heated towel rail radiator, Amtico light oak flooring.

Bedroom Two
Sash window to front aspect over-looking open countryside, original cast iron fireplace, radiator and power points.

Bedroom Three
Sash window to front aspect over-looking open countryside, power points, radiator, double built in wardrobe.

Family Bathroom
Frosted double glazed window to side aspect, radiator, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C, tongue and groove panelled bath with shower over, Amtico flooring, part tiled walls.

Second Landing
Door to side, access to bedrooms four and five.

Bedroom Five
Double glazed UPVC window to side aspect, radiator, built in shelving, telephone and power points.

Guest Room
Guest Room/Bedroom four. Double glazed UPVC windows to rear and side aspects over-looking garden, 2 radiators, power points.

Gated Driveway
Driveway to side of property providing parking for two cars. Stone walling to side, with access via original metal gate to front garden. Access via double solid wood gates to top part of driveway, providing ample further parking and leading to the double garage and rear garden.

Storage Room
Accessed to the side of the property with power and light, housing Worcester boiler.

Double Garage
Pitched roof detached double garage with loft storage area, up and over door and outside tap.

Front Garden
Enclosed by original stone walling to the side and laurel hedgerows to the front, contains a range of mature shrubs, trees and plants, including the hawthorn tree after which the property is named. Laid to lawn with gated side access leading to side garden and onwards to the rear garden.

Rear Garden
Enclosed by high stone walling to the rear, with hedgerow screening and fencing to the sides, a private, mature and well- landscaped garden which is mainly laid to lawn. There is a wide range of established shrubs, plants and trees, including a fig and a pear tree, and raised flower beds and borders.
Various flagstone paved seating areas provide ideal sun-traps.

Council Tax Band
Band G.

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Added on Rightmove:
13 September 2017


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