Banwell, North Somerset

Guide Price £580,000

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BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset

Banwell, North Somerset

Guide Price £580,000

Grade II listed former farmhouse located in a central village location with generous four bedroom/three reception room accommodation and set in a large 0.525 acre plot. Detached barn with conversion potential.

Banwell, North Somerset

Guide Price £580,000

Grade II listed former farmhouse located in a central village location with generous four bedroom/three reception room accommodation and set in a large 0.525 acre plot. Detached barn with conversion potential.

DESCRIPTION

Longacres is a Grade II listed 18th century former farmhouse located in a central village location within walking distance of village amenities and the primary school. It offers generous four bedroom accommodation and is set in a large 0.525 acre plot.

SITUATION

Banwell village is surrounded by the beautiful Mendip countryside and offers a range of amenities within walking distance, including primary school, doctor’s surgery, churches, bowling club, general store, pharmacy, post office, library, newsagents, hairdresser, public houses, restaurant and takeaway. Banwell is located 5 miles (8.0 km) east of Weston-super-Mare on the A371 and is where the western end of the A368 begins. It was announced in November 2019 that North Somerset District Council had secured funding of £97M to fund a bypass for Banwell.

ACCOMMODATION: Ground Floor

A wide traditional door opens to the entrance hall which has oak wood block flooring and door to the garden, a turning staircase to the first floor, off the hallway is a study or snug with a period sliding sash window with working shutters to the front, a door leads off the hall to the dining rooms which has stripped and sealed floor boards and a sliding sash window with working shutters to the front, beyond the dining room is an inner lobby off which is a cloakroom. The sitting room has a feature, brick build working fireplace and a period bay window to the front with sliding sashes and working shutters. The kitchen breakfast room at the rear is fitted with a range of oak wall and base units with contrasting work-top, an electric cooker point, with extractor hood above, integrated dish washer and fridge. The kitchen has plenty of space for a table and chairs. The utility room has space and plumbing for a washing machine and other appliances, a door leads to the garden. The boiler room houses the gas fired boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water, it also houses a large pressurised hot water cylinder.

First Floor

On the half landing is a sliding sash window to the rear, the landing has doors to all bedrooms and bathrooms and two loft access points. There are three good sized double bedrooms to the front each with period sliding sash windows, at the rear the large master bedroom has two casement windows overlooking the garden and a walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room with large shower cubicle. There are two fully tiled bathrooms one fitted with a corner Jacuzzi bath, the other with a glazed shower cubicle.

OUTSIDE

At the front the garden is enclosed by a low wall and railings, it is gravelled for ease of maintenance and planted with mature shrubs. To the right are twin electrically operated wooden gates, a tarmacadam drive leads to the rear garden and to a generous parking/turning area with ample room for 5/6 vehicles. To the rear of the house is a large, sunken, paved terrace, ideal for al fresco dining. The rear garden is well enclosed and principally laid to lawn with mature shrubs and specimen trees. Within the garden is a detached two storey stone barn with a pitched tiled roof which could be converted to provide ancillary accommodation (subject to the necessary consents).

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Local Authority - North Somerset Council; Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the Agents: DJ&P Newland Rennie Tel: 01934 864300; Reference - 25763/160120

  • Grade II Listed House
  • Three reception rooms
  • Large kitchen/breakfast room
  • Four bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Utility and boiler room
  • Large 0.525 acre plot
  • Detached barn with conversion potential
  • Central village location
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BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset
BS29 6DE, North Somerset