Fieldgrove Lane, Bitton, Bristol B
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Beach Lane, Beach, Bristol B
Beach Lane, Beach, Bristol B
Fieldgrove Farmhouse presents to the market a desirable lifestyle opportunity, having been lived in by the same family for over 25 years. The house, grounds and outbuildings are part of a small group of detached houses, forming a prestigious and private collection of family homes.Accessed via electric double gates, the driveway leads down to the Farmhouse, flanked on the north side by the generous paddock. In all, the buildings comprise over 20,000 sq. Ft of gia; including the house, leisure facilities, detached warehouse and outbuildings.The Farmhouse provides generous family accommodation, arranged over three floors with an attached games room / family room and swimming pool complex. The kitchen bridges the gap between the main house and the attached complex, and with its large ceiling lantern enjoys excellent natural light and is very much the centre of the house where the family regularly congregate.Within the farmhouse is a charming drawing room with beamed ceiling and wood burning stove, as well as large dining room which can comfortably accommodate a 20 seat dining table. A separate study / playroom offers further space, whilst over the first floor are four double bedrooms, with a fifth bedroom in the attic room above.The games room / family room affords an expanse of floor space, with two mezzanine rooms above and access to changing rooms, showers and the fabulous indoor swimming pool. The mezzanine rooms are used as additional guest bedrooms where needed and integral study space. The swimming pool has triple French doors all facing south and opening onto a private garden, complete with raised deck and hot tub. A wonderful space for the family to enjoy, or to throw open to guests and a wonderful place to party.Perhaps significantly however it is the outbuildings that set Fieldgrove apart. Split between three units they provide between them some 14,000 sq ft of space – with the warehouse providing the most significant footprint at just under 10,500 square foot alone. This is divided into a generous 62' x 75' warehouse space with an enclosed range of offices, a reception desk and male and female toilets. An ideal space to run a home business or let out to provide a secondary income. The two remaining outbuildings comprise a pretty detached stone-built barn, and secondary outbuildings with garage space, stabling and a workshop.Outside:Fieldgrove Farmhouse is set in a glorious private setting; maximising the space available to live, and possibly work in a generous and flexible environment.The drive leads into a large parking area, with access to the main house and barn, and a driveway leading down to the outbuilding and warehouse.Flanking the drive is the undulating paddock, given over mostly to pasture, but with a small copse and various mature oaks dotted throughout, as well as access to water and power. The house itself has a front garden, a paved dining terrace and a rear garden perfect for pool parties and bbq's.The whole affords a complete lifestyle opportunity; to live, work and play in a stunning and beautifully located home.Situation:Bitton is located on the A431 between Bristol and Bath; a charming village located between these two nationally important cities and a gateway to the South West.Accessed via a private lane with only a handful of nearby properties, Fieldgrove Farmhouse presents a unique opportunity to live in a fabulous rural location yet be only minutes away from village life.Bitton itself provides a Primary school and several pubs, with a farm shop nearby at Upton Cheyney and a garage shop for essentials. Nearby shopping is available in Keynsham with a Sainsburys Local and Waitrose supermarket (2.7 miles), Bath (6.3 miles) and Cabot Circus in Bristol just 6 miles to the west. Longwell Green is just over 2 miles away, with a large range of stores, including a large M&S superstore.Trains from Keynsham run regularly to Bath and Bristol
Set over two floors of a Victorian terrace this three-bedroom apartment showcases a private patio garden and terrace. Internally the property is styled with a contemporary kitchen and sleek wood flooring while the grandeur of double-height ceilings and endless windows cast infinite streams of light throughout.Bristol Gardens is superbly located for all the amenities of Little Venice, the shops and cafes of Formosa Street and Clifton Road as well as being close to Warwick Avenue Underground station [Bakerloo line].- Open-plan reception / dining area- Master bedroom with en suite- Two double bedrooms- Two bathrooms- Patio garden- Terrace- Access to communal gardens- City of Westminster- Approx. 1,194 sq ft / 110.9 sq m. EPC=D
This beautifully presented three bedroom garden flat boasts spacious contemporary accommodation with direct access to a wonderful communal garden square to the rear.Bristol Gardens offers a highly coveted Little Venice location, found moments from the amenities of nearby Formosa Street and Clifton Gardens, with the charming surroundings and towpath walks of the Grand Union Canal also situated close by.
A beautiful six bedroom Georgian village house, within easy reach of Bristol and Bath, with private enclosed gardens and stunning views over the surrounding countryside. Set in approximately one acre.DescriptionThe Old Rectory is an extremely attractive, classical Georgian House approached from a gated driveway which leads to a gravel parking area in front of the property. The house is Grade II listed and well positioned within the village and benefits from great privacy from the enclosed gardens and high hedges surrounding the house. The Old Rectory is a grand house on a manageable scale, within a layout that lends itself perfectly to a modern family home. The impressive entrance hall displays the grand Georgian elements of the house, with a flagstone floor and galleried staircase leading to the first floor. The principal reception rooms are accessed from the hall, including a superb formal drawing room with a marble surround fireplace and vast sash windows looking out over the gardens.The older part of the house contains the paneled dining room, as well as a fantastically designed Smallbone kitchen with granite work surfaces and four oven aga set into an inglenook fireplace with its original bread oven. There is an additional pastry kitchen next to the main kitchen, this is also extremely well designed by Smallbone, with a central island and preparation areas.The breakfast room has a doorway leading out to a sheltered court yard area for outdoor entertaining and the rear hall gives access to the cellars.The impressive Georgian proportions continue to the firstfloor, most notably in the master bedroom suite which features a dressing room and en suite bathroom as well as a floor to ceiling sash window giving far reaching views over the surrounding stunning Somerset countryside.There are a further two bedrooms and two bathrooms on this floor and a large dressing room/playroom at one end. The second floor has a fourth bedroom and bathroom, and there are another two bedrooms and a bathroom on the third floor.Grounds And GardenThe Old Rectory is approached via a gated, gravelled driveway. The house is surrounded by enclosed gardens, mostly consisting of large areas of lawn and a mixture of specimen trees and shrubs. The gardens are a wonderful area for children as they are fully enclosed and give the house a true sense of seclusion whilst being in the centre of the village.SituationThe Old Rectory is situated in the middle of the sought after village of Hinton Blewett, placed evenly between Bath and Bristol. Hinton Blewett is a stunning Somerset village with an active community, a wonderful church and a well-regarded public house ‘The Ring O’ Bells’.Bristol and Bath are both about 13 miles from The Old Rectory and offer extensive shopping and recreational facilities. Road connections are good, with access to the M4 motorway. Regular train services to London Paddington can be found from both Bristol Temple Meads (from 104 minutes) and Bath Spa (from 84 minutes). Bristol Airport is less than 20 miles away and offers flights to various international destinations.There are a number of golf courses nearby including Farrington Park and Fosseway Golf Club. There is national hunt racing at Bath racecourse, fishing and sailing on the Chew Valley Lake. Castle Combe circuit is about 28 miles to the north east.
Quite simply, Springfort House is a stunning family home much loved and improved by the current owner over the last 20 years. An enormous amount of time and attention to detail has been invested over the years, with little expense spared to create a truly unique and handsome family home.Pockets of beauty are evident at every corner, with beautiful murals and handprinted marble effect woodwork, block painted wall paper and bespoke carpentry and cabinet work in almost every room.From the gated gravel drive accessed from a private road, the house is set back with a high degree of privacy. Stone steps lead up to the front door, and the hall floor welcomes you with two stunning reception rooms and a magnificent entrance hall, complete with a marble floor and rich period features – prevalent throughout much of the house.The drawing room is exquisite; dual aspect with a private balcony overlooking the pool it has a fabulous built-in full width wall cabinet and bar area, with underfloor heating as well as stunning period features, high ceilings and a retained fully working fire place with a marble surround.The sitting room is an elegant space to welcome guests, with twin windows enjoying views up to the downs, and a pair of French doors with steps leading down to the drive and pool – perfect for summer drinks parties.Over the lower ground floor lies the impressive kitchen and dining. The high ceilings present a dramatic effect, enhanced the hand block-painted wall paper and stone tiled floor. This is a wonderful entertaining space and a "cook's kitchen" – with a wealth of granite work surfaces and a state-of-the-art Falcon range cooker. There is custom built granite dining table, and to the rear of the kitchen an informal seating area, custom built into the triple sash bay window, and with a rear door opening out to a sunken dining terrace.Over the first floor are four generous double bedrooms and two-family bathrooms. The master bedroom is a wonderfully private space at the end of the landing with a delightful dual aspect, and a private decked balcony affording views over the tree canopy and across the University Botanical Gardens and a "his & hers" walk-in wardrobe provides plenty of space for storage.Bedroom two has wonderful views south across The Downs, with bedrooms three and four providing excellent family space. These all share two beautifully finished family bath / shower rooms – the shower room boasting a walk-in shower finished in tumbled marble, and the bathroom providing a relaxing space to unwind at the end of the day.Over the half-landing lies a fifth bedroom, currently used as a study, and along the lower ground floor lies bedrooms six – complete with its own snug and an ideal teenagers' den or room for an au-pair. This bedroom has access to a superb shower room complete with an oversize shower.Orangery:Built alongside the pool, with 7 doors opening out to the paved terrace this is fabulous space to relax in / work in or entertain in throughout the year. In the summer, through all the doors open and turn on the air-con – whilst in the winter hunker down with the heater on and watch the birds feed outside. A built-in bar provides a welcome break complete with power for a fridge and fully drained sink unit with running water.Outside:The garden has been thoughtfully landscaped and presents several paved dining terraces with one dining terrace alongside the heated pool and perfect for weekend pool parties and bbq's, and a lower terrace coming off the kitchen, perfect for al-fresco summer dinner parties and enjoying a beautiful mural of the Tuscan countryside.The whole garden is illuminated by an array of outside lights creating the perfect balance between security and atmosphere.The double garage provides space for two cars, with a fabulous clock tower above and internally has access to both power and light.
Weston Lodge is a most appealing Grade II listed house dating from the mid 18th century and believed to have originated as a hunting lodge forming part of the local Miles estate. The handsome stucco elevations have large regularly spaced windows and a central porch on thefaçade making a welcoming entrance point. The present owners have done much to restore and improve the house since acquiring the property in 2007. There are many fine original architectural features such as stone and wooden floors, ornate ceiling mouldings, working shutters and fireplaces. Of particular note is the delightful central staircase with mahogany banister. The comprehensive improvements include replacements of the wiring, joinery (as required) plumbing and heating system. The benefits are ca T 5 cabling, air source underfloor heating to the house (ground source to the cottage), sound system, cctv and alarm system. On entering the large central hall there is a feeling of space and light typical of Georgian houses. The elegant rooms flow around the hall and all enjoy views of th e gardens and woodland which form part of the property. A reception hall has been fitted with a bar to enhance the entertaining space. The kitchen/breakfast room is a large room, ideally placed neighbouring the hall and the drawing room, with extensive cabinets and cupboards including an island unit and breakfast bar topped with granite and hard wood work surfaces and fitted with good quality white goods. The first floor provides bedrooms and bathrooms with the luxury main suite comprising bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. There are 4 further bedrooms and a further bathroom and shower room being accessible by the secondary stairs.Weston Lodge is well situated in the North Somerset countryside. Communications are excellent with a railway station at Nailsea & Backwell (7 miles) linking to Bristol Parkway (14 miles), Bristol Temple Meads (11.5 miles) and Bristol Airport (12 miles).There are some excellent schools in the area including Clifton College, Clifton High School, Bristol Grammar School, Badminton, Queen Elizabeth Hospital School and The Downs School, Wraxall.A number of highly regarded golf courses can be found nearby, these include Bristol and Clevedon Golf Club, Ashton Court Mansion Golf Club and Long Ashton Golf Club. Bristol has a number of sporting clubs including first class rugby, county cricket and championship football. Fishing is available on rivers Frome, Wye and Avon as well as Barrow Reservoir, Chew Valley and Blagdon Lakes.Local Shopping can be found in Portishead, and Clevedon with more extensive shopping available at Cribbs Causeway andCabot Circus.The CottageA detached single storey cottage. The property underwent a comprehensive renovation and provides excellent secondary accommodation which is independent of the main house. There are 2 bedrooms and a private garden.Gardens And GroundsThe property is approached over a long private drive from the centre of the village. Passing through woodland belonging to the property before opening up to sweeping lawns which border both the house and the walled garden. The drive leads to the rear of the house and alarge enclosed gravel forecourt. A second drive (drive 2, coloured light pink on the plan) provides access to Valley Road to the east of the property. A wide stone path lined with clipped box leads to the walled garden. Restored and landscaped to provide wide flagstone paths and open lawns. There is an established shrub and flower bed along the northern wall enjoying the southerly aspect and the former potting shed have been restored. To the west of the house is the tennis court. The open pasture land extends to 10 acres and is to the east of the house. The woodland extends to 15 acres and is to the south and west of the house.
A most exciting and dynamic Grade II listed family house, superbly presented and benefitting from income generating cottages and stables. The fine 18th century Cotswold farmhouse has honey coloured stone elevations under a double gabled roof line and many architectural features remain, including fireplaces and beamed ceiling. Of particular note is the fine dressed stone arched door surround complete with iron-studded oak front door. Upon entering, the quality of finish and attention to detail are immediately apparent. The present owner undertook a comprehensive renovation and modernisation of the farm house and simultaneously converted the period outbuildings into first class ancillary accommodation. Polished porcelain floors, with underfloor heating, run throughout the ground floor and the bathrooms, and are complimented by oak floors on the first floor. A spacious and welcoming entrance hall has doors leading off to all of the ground floor rooms. The large kitchen breakfast room is very much the hub of the house, with a four oven Aga and extensive bespoke cabinets including a central island. There are doors to the utility room and the neighbouring dining room. The drawing room is a triumph of good design within a period house with a hooded chimneypiece and French doors open onto the formal gardens. The first floor is equally as well appointed as the ground floor with a luxurious master bedroom suite which has a vaulted ceiling, fitted wardrobes, mood lighting, a contemporary gas fireplace and dressing room and bathroom. There are two guest bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom.The picturesque hamlet of Beach comprises a variety of period houses and farms. Situated between Bath (5.5 miles), Bristol (9 miles) and the M4 motorway (6.5 miles to junction 18). The neighbouring villages of Upton Cheyney and Bitton are within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is locally known as the Golden Valley. Upton Cheyney has a farm shop and the Upton Inn public house.The close proximity of Bath is a major attraction and the city offers a wealth of cultural, educational and recreational facilities with five independent schools and two universities.Bath Spa station provides a regular service to London Paddington (from 87 minutes) and Bristol Temple Meads (from 15 minutes).Sporting opportunities locally include premiership rugby and horse racing at Bath, golf at Tracey Park and Lansdown and hunting with the Duke of Beaufort's foxhounds.A gravel drive forms a parking area in front of the house and provides access to the large garage, the ancillary accommodation and the stable yard. The landscaped gardens accessible from the kitchen have outside lighting and are arranges as formal lawns enclosed by clipped box hedges and wide flag stone paths and terraces, with an 'alfresco' dining area bordered by pleached trees. There is a large open lawn bordering the eastern elevation and enclosed by a high clipped hedge. For parties, weddings and events the garden to the north has been designed with an open lawn suitable for marquees (running water installed) with a gravel walk running the length of the garden and a gravel reception area bordered on all sides by lavender and other scented flowers and shrubs. There are excellent views for this secluded part of the garden.Ancillary accommodationFormerly a series of Cotswold farm barns and now converted to provide bedrooms and used on a 'bed and breakfast basis' generating a considerable income. Alternatively these rooms can be arranged as self-catering holiday lets. As all the rooms are interlinked they could be used as games room, home office, gym or studio by the main house. The present arrangement provides three bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms. 'The Haybarn' with bedroom, bathroom and sitting room and 'The Cottage' with bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, shower room and sitting room. There is a kitchen to service these rooms.Stables and OutbuildingsA range of outbuildings supports the house and ancillary accommodation. A period barn is used as a double garage with sliding wooden doors. A row of former piggeries have been converted into a valuable laundry, stores and kennel.The stables are to the west of the house and are accessible from the drive. These comprise 7 loose boxes, a tack room, rug room, feed room, groom's kitchen and WC, all of which are arranged around a central yard. A range of timber buildings provide hay stores and pens.
The Malthouse is an elegant Grade II Listed Georgian family house with appealing, beautifully presented and spacious accommodation. Extending to over 6,000 sq ft it is arranged over three floors and set in delightful gardens and grounds. The classic façade of mellow stone has large sash windows, dressed stone parapet, quoins and a date stone stating 1783. Having been the subject of thorough and precise renovation by the present owners (since acquiring the property in 2000) there is a successful combination of original features and subtle improvements with flagstone floors, fine chimney pieces with open fires as well as lantern and beamed ceilings.The spacious and well balanced accommodation revolves well around the large central hall. The drawing room and the superb vaulted dining room provide excellent formal entertaining rooms with appealing architectural features including working fireplaces. The family hub of the house is the kitchen which flows into the breakfast/garden room with its lantern roof light and French doors opening onto the breakfast terrace. The hand built kitchen cabinets have a useful central island and all have hard wood or granite work surfaces. There are integrated appliances as well as an oil fired Aga. Doors lead to the cosy sitting room/snug at the front of the house and a practical utility/boot room has extensive storage and opens to the front elevation.The first and second floors provide bedrooms, bathrooms and the self-contained annexe flat. At the front of the house and benefitting from a double aspect is the luxurious master bedroom suite with dressing room providing dressing table, a walk in wardrobe and a shower. The ensuite bathroom with its classic suite and roll top bath is approached through the dressing room. There is a charming guest bedroom with ensuite shower room and extensive views as well as a further bedroom and family bathroom on the first floor. There are two further bedrooms and a shower room on the second floor and a door to the self-contained annexe/apartment.Annexe/apartmentOffering flexible accommodation as independent accommodation or incorporated within the main accommodation. An external flight of steps leads along the rear elevation to the front door. Stairs lead to the kitchen/breakfast room which also opens onto the second floor landing. The sitting room has panoramic views and there is a bedroom and a bathroomThe picturesque hamlet of Beach comprises a variety of period houses and farms. Situated between Bath (5.5 miles), Bristol (8 miles) and the M4 motorway (6.5 miles to junction 18). The neighbouring villages of Upton Cheyney and Bitton are within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is locally known as the Golden Valley. Upton Cheyney has a popular village shop and the Upton Inn public house. The close proximity of Bath is a major attraction and the city offers a wealth of cultural, educational and recreational facilities with five independent schools and two universities.Bath Spa station provides a regular service to London Paddington (from 87 minutes) and Bristol Temple Meads (from 15 minutes). Sporting opportunities locally include premiership rugby and horse racing at Bath, golf at Tracey Park and Lansdown and hunting with the Duke of Beaufort’s foxhounds.The gardens and grounds border the property to three sides. The drive bordering the western elevation leads to electric gates and a gravel drive which circles a large fountain and forms a turning circle and parking area to the rear of the property. Enclosed by stone walls, gates lead to the kitchen garden and the formal gardens beyond. An underground garage (34’10 x 28’7) is accessed from the drive.Lovely gardens sweep around the house and are made up of two lawns to the east which are bordered by established deep flower and shrub borders. Hedges create distinct areas and enclosures with a fine parterre formed of clipped box and planted with roses and lavender on a stone terrace to the front of the property. There are two further flagstone terraces adjacent to the house, one accessed from the drawing room and the other from the breakfast/garden room. The kitchen garden is a joy with gravel paths leading between rectangular lawns with fruit trees and box bordered flower beds, raised beds and a soft fruit cage. Espaliered fruit trees trail the walls and all aided by an irrigation system. A traditional greenhouse on the northern boundary fronts the stone outbuildings arranged as potting shed, garden store and workshop. There is a concealed composting area beyond this garden.The paddock has a variety of trees and makes an idyllic summer hay meadow. There is a five bar gate providing access to the drive.
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