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About the property

The property is an outstanding detached house built in 2021 by Ken Biggs a respected local building firm and forms part of a small cul de sac development of similar properties in the popular country village of Hallatrow. The house is attractive with stone window surrounds, rendered walls and a Broseley tiled roof with double glazed windows which are black externally and white internally to preserve a light feel to the living accommodation. Number 8 is at the end of the cul de sac facing south with far reaching rural views.

The accommodation is well balanced and conventionally arranged with an entrance hall leading to a large sitting room with a wood burning stove from which double doors open onto a superb open plan family kitchen furnished with a range of contemporary units with Silestone work surfaces and built in appliances. Doors lead to a large triple aspect study or family room as well as a superb south facing paved terrace. A utility room completes the ground floor accommodation.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms, two of which have en suite shower rooms with the others being served by a good size family bathroom with a four piece suite.

On the outside, the property is approached from Meadow Lea with a double width tarmacadam driveway providing off street parking and leading to the attached double garage. The gardens wrap around the property on the southern and eastern sides, are beautifully landscaped and back onto a small paddock with far reaching views beyond.

Hallatrow is a popular village within the Golden Triangle of Bristol, Bath and Wells which are all within approximate radius of some 10 miles. Day to day facilities are available at nearby village of High Littleton and Paulton (where Tesco's Supermarket is situated). Farrington Farm Shop is also nearby and the property falls in the catchment area of Norton Hill School. The recreational facilities of Chew Valley and Mendip Hills are also within easy reach. Read more

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