A particularly spacious stone built village house originally a Wesleyan Chapel converted into residential use nearly 50 years ago. Idyllically situated in the heart of Corston village well away from main road traffic. Read more
A particularly spacious stone built village house originally a Wesleyan Chapel converted into residential use nearly 50 years ago. Idyllically situated in the heart of Corston village well away from main road traffic.
* Generous room sizes * an ideal family home * entrance hall * cloak/WC * sitting room * dining room * study * kitchen/breakfast room * 4 double bedrooms * large family bathroom * useful garage & storage area * garden room * attractive rear garden *
DIRECTIONS: From our office in Bath Road Saltford proceed on the A4 in the direction of Corston taking a right hand turning into Corston Lane. Just before the post office and village stores on the left hand side take a right hand turning into The Barton and Chapel House will be found on the left.
Chapel House is a substantial stone built village house originally a Wesleyan Chapel converted to residential use nearly 50 years ago. The property enjoys generous room sizes with accommodation conventionally laid out across two floors. The house is in a delightful location in the heart of the village of Corston well away from main road traffic.
On the ground floor the property is approached through a vestibule with a cloakroom to one side and double doors leading to the hallway. From the hallway stairs rise to the first floor while the hallway provides access to the study, kitchen/breakfast room and sitting room featuring a wood burning stove which in turn gives access to the dining room. There is also what is effectively a double garage and garden room accessed from the kitchen. The first floor has a spacious landing, four double bedrooms and a large family bathroom.
On the outside there is a double width block paved driveway providing off street parking and an attractive rear garden 18m (59') deep landscaped in a traditional English country garden style providing an ideal place to relax or entertain outdoors.
Corston is a sought after village approximately 4 miles to the west of the Georgian city of Bath and 9 miles from Bristol. The village has a good community atmosphere with an excellent post office and general stores, parish church, church hall and pub and is on a frequent bus route, while the nearby village of Saltford is approximately 1.5 miles away and has a wider range of day to day amenities. Secondary schooling is at Wellsway in Keynsham and there are primary schools in Saltford and Marksbury. Waitrose supermarket at Keynsham is 3 miles away.
In fuller detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate):
RECESSED OPEN PORCH: Entrance door leading to
VESTIBULE: Radiator, window to front aspect, glazed double doors to hallway.
CLOAKROOM/WC: Obscure glazed window. White suite comprising low level wc and wash hand basin with tiled splash back.
HALLWAY: Window to front aspect, radiator, staircase rising to first floor, cloaks cupboard and understairs storage cupboard.
STUDY: 2.63m x 2.47m (8' 7" x 8' 1") Double glazed window to front aspect, radiator.
SITTING ROOM: 5.19m x 3.83m (17' x 12' 6") Feature exposed stone wall and fireplace with wood burning stove, french doors to rear garden, ornamental beamed ceiling.
DINING ROOM: 3.40m x 2.84m (11' 1" x 9' 3") Double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, ornamental beamed ceiling.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 5.09m x 2.83m (16' 8" x 9' 3") Two windows to side aspect, ornamental beamed ceiling, radiator, servery to dining room. The kitchen is furnished with a range of country style wall and floor units with rolled edged work surfaces and tiled surrounds, inset one and quarter bowl sink unit with mixer tap and plumbing for dishwasher and automatic washing machine. Built in four ring gas hob with extractor above and eye level double oven. The units provide a good range of drawer and cupboard storage space and feature built in refrigerator and freezer, fitted seating and a plate rack.
SPACIOUS LANDING: Access to roof space, radiator, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder with fitted shelving.
BEDROOM ONE: 4.37m x 3.61m(14' 4" x 11' 10") Window to rear aspect overlooking the garden, radiator, built in wardrobes and top boxes (included in measurements).
BEDROOM TWO: 4.37m x 3.67m (14' 4" x 12') Window to rear overlooking the garden, radiator. Built in wardrobes, desk/dressing table and top boxes (included in measurements).
BEDROOM THREE: 3.67m x 3.60m (12' x 11' 9") Window to front aspect, radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR: 3.59m x 3.58m (11' 9" x 11' 8") Dual aspect with windows to front and side aspects, radiator.
BATHROOM: 2.86m x 2.54m (9' 4" x 8' 3") Obscure glazed window. White suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap incorporating shower attachment, wash hand basin with cupboard beneath and low level wc. Radiator.
To the FRONT the property adjoins The Barton with a double width block paved driveway providing off street parking and leading to the attached GARAGE 5.66m x 4.61m (18' 6" x 15' 1"). Quarry tiled floor, window and door to front aspect and up and over entrance door. Window to side, wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler, door to garden.
GARDEN ROOM: 3.58m x 3.49m (11' 8" x 11' 5") Polycarbonate roof, quarry tiled floor, window to rear aspect and sliding patio door to terrace.
The REAR GARDEN is an attractive feature of the property being some 18m (59') deep and 9.5m (31') wide. It comprises a paved patio terrace with raised border with flowers and ground covering plants. There are steps leading to a level lawned garden with two mature apple trees and a lawn flanked by well stocked flower and shrub borders in a traditional English country garden style. At the end of the garden is a further paved terrace with a silver birch tree and a timber garden shed/summer house.
AGENTS NOTE: The majority of the windows and doors are uPVC framed and double glazed.
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