Sure to be of particular interest to those requiring equestrian facilities or a small holding is this detached period home in the pretty hamlet of Abson, c.6 miles from Bath or Bristol in either direction.
The accommodation has all recently been modernised and is arranged over three floors; to the ground floor is an entrance hall with handy window seat storage into a hallway with doors off to a family room with wood burner, a further sitting room leading into a study area and a third sitting room to the rear with built in bar unit and stairs to the first floor. To the side of the property in an ‘L’ shape, is a stunning fully equipped kitchen/dining room with granite worktops, integrated appliances and the three windows to the rear give you just a taste of the what incredible views the rest of the house has to offer. There is also a cloakroom and utility room on the ground floor. On the first floor you will find four bedrooms and also a family bathroom then rising onto the second floor is a spacious master suite with fantastic far reaching views towards the Cotswold Hills and over the land that accompanies the property, the en-suite has both a shower and a bath.
Externally the property is approached from the Abson Road, where a private remote controlled electric gated drive will lead you in and around to the rear of the dwelling with ample parking, a double garage and a mature lawn garden with trees and shrubs. To the rear of the house are paddocks that reach to c.7 acres with further access from Cleeve Lane behind. There are also timber built stables with store and a ménage. The current owners also have planning permission to extend the stables further. South Glos planning ref PK16/5315/F
Primary schools can be found in both Wick and Pucklechurch with further secondary schools locally. Private schools such as Kingswood School and The Royal High School in Bath are only a 10 minute commute away, similar schools such as Colstons can be found in Bristol. Wick and Pucklechurch are both on the doorstep of Abson, both offering convenience stores and local pubs, both M4 J18 and J19 are equal distances away providing great links to Bristol, London and the M5.