This Grade II Listed period townhouse occupies a prominent position at the top of Thornbury High Street, convenient for all the amenities at the centre of this popular country town. There is open parkland just across the road at the end of Castle Court, with open country walks beyond. This beautifully presented character home offers excellent family space, all complimented by many interesting features including exposed beams and fireplaces. The two main receptions sit either side of the central hallway which opens out across the rear with separate staircases at each end. Both rooms are bay-fronted, the lounge with a wood-burning stove and the dining room with built-in antique cabinets. There is a garden room at the rear opening out to the patio, plus a study, a utility room, cloakroom and a kitchen/breakfast room - with a fitted dining area created from an old church pew. Moving upstairs we discover four generous double bedrooms, a dressing room off the main bedroom, plus a family bathroom with a separate shower cubicle. The gardens are a delight, stretching back behind the house, secluded by mature trees with an array of flowering plants and shrubs. The patio area is tucked away between the two rear elevations and there is a useful store room built in to the rear, ideal for hobbies, bicycles and garden tools. A lovely old house in a great location.
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 High Street offers a wide variety of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Other facilities include the leisure centre, golf course and library, plus 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 on the edge of open countryside.
Accommodation & Services
Grade II Listed Period Town House - 'Central' Location Convenient For High Street Amenities - Full Of Character With Many Interesting Features, Exposed Beams And Fireplaces - Generous Mature And Secluded Gardens Stretching Back Behind - Lounge With Beamed Ceiling And Wood-Burning Stove - Separate Dining Room With Antique Built-In Cabinets - Garden Room Overlooking Patio - Study With Period Fireplace - Utility Room - Cloakroom - Kitchen/Breakfast Room With Built-in Dining Area Formed From An Old Church Pew - Twin Staircases Each End Of Rear Hall - Four Double Bedrooms, Two With Period Fireplaces - Dressing Room To Main Bedroom - Family Bathroom With Bath And Separate Shower Cubicle - Gas Central Heating - Outdoor Store Room
Local Authority & Council Tax
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