- Stunning Period Home In HIlltop Setting Above Thornbury
- Circa 2.65 Acres Of Gardens And Pasture, Including Section Of Private Road
- Far Reaching Country Views And Rural Rambles From The Front Gate
- Abundant Wildlife And Birds. A Nature Lover's Dream
- Five Bedrooms, En-Suite Bathroom, En-Suite Shower Room, Family Bathroom
- Living Room, Dining Room, Study, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Conservatory
- Utility Room, Cloakroom, Boot Room
- Cellar, Plus Outbuildings Including Garden Room/Gym, Garden Store, Original Cow Byre, Double Garage
- Sweeping Lawns, Extensive Parking, Secluded Seating And Barbecue Areas
- Double-Glazing, Oil Central Heating, Electric Car-Charging Point
This delightful period home enjoys an elevated setting above the market town of Thornbury, amidst circa 2.65 acres of beautifully tended grounds that include a section of private road to the side, also leading to neighbouring property. It sits partially within a scheduled monument ('Hillfort and associated Romano-British occupation' - historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1010803) and the long distance 'Jubilee Way' footpath passes right outside the front gate, before dropping down cross-country into town. Fantastic family space and a nature lover's delight - we look forward to showing you images of all the wildlife captured there on camera! Living space includes a spacious living room opening out into a conservatory and then onto the garden in turn. There is a separate dining room, a study/sitting room, a generous fitted kitchen/dining room, utility room, boot room, cloakroom and a very useful cellar below. Bedrooms number five in total - the principal bedroom includes a full en-suite with both roll-top bath and shower, the guest room an en-suite shower - the other bedrooms sharing the family bathroom. Stepping outside there are sweeping lawns to both front and rear, raised beds for vegetables, bountiful fruit trees, useful outbuildings, original cow byre, a double garage, plenty of gravelled parking and a further field at the rear to escape into, surrounded by mature trees and hedgerow. So much to write about and so little space to do so - we look forward to showing you around in person!
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.
Travelling away from Alveston in a northerly direction on the A38, look out for the entrance to a private road on the crest of the hill on the short section of dual carriageway. Turn in here and take the first driveway on your right hand side.
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