Attractively presented and conveniently located in a tucked-away quiet position close to the heart of Westbury village, this spacious five-bedroom modern detached house offers comfortable family-orientated accommodation in a delightful setting. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac with a pleasant tree-lined outlook and the Trym Brook at the end of the garden the house is within a few minutes’ walk of the heart of Westbury village and its numerous and varied amenities.
For families Westbury-on-Trym Church of England Academy primary school is within 370m and Bristol Free School for secondary education is within 800m. The house has a great energy efficiency rating and being a relatively modern house, it will provide ease of maintenance and has manageable yet attractive gardens which may be desirable for families and downsizers alike. To the front a drive provides off street parking for three or four cars and access to the single integral garage which has up and over door to the front and door to the side garden area. A gate from the drive leads around to the rear garden.
The front door opens into a hallway from which the main rooms radiate off. It also has a cloakroom at the far end. To the left of the staircase is a generously proportioned home office. To the other side and at the front of the house there is a formal sitting room which features a cast iron period style fireplace incorporating a coal effect gas fire with sandstone mantle and surround. To the sides of the chimney are attractive fitted cupboards. At the rear of the house both the dining room and kitchen/breakfast room open via French doors onto the South West facing rear garden. The kitchen at 18'x10' is particularly spacious and provides plenty of space for informal family dining. Beyond the kitchen is a utility room with further door to the garden. Moving upstairs the space the house provides becomes more apparent. There are five bedrooms of which four are good sized double rooms. The fifth is a generous single sized child’s bedroom. The master bedroom is serviced by an en-suite which features a bath and separate shower. The remaining bedrooms are serviced via a modern family bathroom..
The gardens are private and hold a great degree of interest. Bounded at the far end by the meandering Trym brook. Officially it is the river Trym but as the pictures demonstrate it provides a tranquil addition to the garden and somewhere the current owners’ children spend hours building dams and the suchlike. The gardens on the whole are of manageable proportions and include an attractive patio area suitable for al-fresco dining and relaxing. Given its favourable South Westerly aspect and position away from main road, it is a surprisingly tranquil space, with the relaxing noise of the brook in the background.