- Detached Country Home
- Rural No-Through Lane Setting North Of Thornbury
- Five Bedrooms, En-Suite Bathroom, Family Shower Room
- Stunning Garden Room With Bi-Fold Doors
- Sitting Room, Dining Room, Snug, Study
- Fitted KItchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom
- Store Room, Stone Workshop, Wooden Shed, Greenhouse
- Double-Glazing, Oil Central Heating
- Beautiful Mature Gardens Bordering Farmland
- Off-Street Parking
'Thatched Wells', a detached country home secreted away at the end of a no-through country lane, in a rural setting to the north of the market town of Thornbury. It sits amidst beautiful and generous mature gardens backing onto farmland, with open views and country walks right from the threshold. A welcoming porch opens into a combination snug and hallway complete with a wood-burning stove. There are separate sitting and dining rooms, a study and a stunning garden room with bi-fold doors 'bringing the outside in' - a great mix of the old and the new, with many character features. A fitted kitchen/breakfast room, a utility room and a cloakroom complete the ground floor. Fantastic family space, with five bedrooms upstairs and a full en-suite bathroom. Practical benefits include double-glazing and oil central heating. Duckhole provides a country location away from main roads and passing traffic, yet remains within 'striking distance' of Thornbury's schools, shops and amenities. Highly recommended - don't miss out!
Travelling north out of Thornbury, take the left hand turning into Butt Lane and drop down the hill. Turn right on the 'S' bend and, at the top of the next slope, by the triangular green, turn left towards Duckhole. Follow the lane almost to the end, where it splits into two farm tracks. Thatched Wells will be on your left hand side. There is plenty of turnig space outside.
Thornbury is a thriving market town to the north of the City of Bristol and the M4/M5 interchange, with excellent commuting links via the motorway network and by rail from Bristol Parkway Station (Paddington/South Wales). The part-pedestrianised High Street offers a wide variety of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Other facilities include the leisure centre, golf course and library, open community spaces, parks and sports grounds/clubs. The town is blessed with a number of primary and junior schools, plus The Castle secondary school (www.the castleschool.org.uk) which is situated close to Thornbury’s Tudor Castle, a luxury hotel.
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