Church Walk, Wrington, Bristol, BS40

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4 bedroom house for sale

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Key Information
Property Type
4,665 sqft
Property Description
The accommodation includes a hallway, cloakroom with separate WC, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, study, drawing room, master bedroom suite with shower room and dressing room, three further double bedrooms, walk-in airing cupboard, family bathroom, pool room with indoor heated swimming pool with shower/WC and plant room and three garages. This traditional style property was built to a high specification, with local stone and reclaimed elm wooden flooring and is surrounded by beautiful mature, well-tended gardens.


This traditional style family home was built in 1993 by established local builder Ken Biggs Contractors Ltd. To the front of the house is a large parking area with room for several vehicles. The front door leads to a light bright hallway with French doors at the opposite end. Off this is a cloakroom and separate WC.

To the left is the well-appointed spacious kitchen/breakfast room with painted wooden base and wall units, a gas fired Aga with extractor hob over and a separate electric double oven with gas hob, a one and a half bowl sink under the window and integrated appliances. The flooring is solid reclaimed elm and an island unit with generous storage separates the kitchen from the snug area, creating a sociable family space. There are French doors to the south elevation allowing the light to flood into this room and there is a working fireplace on the far wall with marble surround and wooden mantelpiece.

A spacious utility room houses the gas central heating boiler and has plenty of room for a further fridge/freezer storage and shelving and has a terracotta coloured tiled floor. Window and side door leading to covered walkway to the main garage and rear garden.

Further storage is available in the 'tap room'. This cool room with shelving is perfect for storage of food and wine.

The impressive double height dining hall lies at the centre of the house, with a magnificent oak staircase leading to the first floor galleried landing. There are French doors leading out to the garden and a feature 'arrow slit' window above.

Off the dining hall is a study with a window overlooking the side of the house. The large drawing room, leading off the dining hall, is a welcoming entertaining space or quiet place for reading or relaxation. There are three windows, two giving views over the rear garden, ensuring the room has a very sunny aspect. Bookshelves and low cupboards sit either side of the open fireplace. As with most of the downstairs the flooring is reclaimed elm.

Leading off from the drawing room is the attached brick-built pool room of over 1,300 square feet which houses a generously sized heated swimming pool. This is heated by a gas boiler which is located in the plant room at the end of the pool area. There is also a changing room, shower and WC. There are solar panels installed on the roof above the pool which feed electricity back to the national grid and separate heating cells for the pool water.

The current owners have considered converting the pool room into alternative accommodation and have architects plans for a library, media room, gym and 5th bedroom with en suite bathroom.

Upstairs, the bright and airy landing leads off in two directions. To the west is a spacious family bathroom which is part tiled with a raised bath, walk-in shower cubicle, WC and wash basin and ladder style towel rail.

A high door on the landing leads to a deep boarded loft space with good head height.
There are two double bedrooms, one with a window to the side and the second with double aspect and fitted wardrobes.

Off to the east side of the house is an airing cupboard with drop down ladder with access to another boarded loft area. It also houses a hot water tank. (The house was designed so that a lift could be installed if required between the downstairs utility room and the upstairs airing cupboard).

There is a third double bedroom with fitted wardrobe and window overlooking the rear garden.
An archway leads to the master suite. This has a walk-in dressing room, with hanging space and shelving. The bathroom has 'his and hers' hand wash basins, a bath, walk in shower, ladder style towel rail and window overlooking the garden.

At the far end is the spacious master bedroom with 3 windows overlooking the front and rear garden.


The gardens are delightful. The rear gardens have a terraced area which is a perfect spot for outdoor entertaining and enjoying the gentle sound of water cascading down from the lilypond. The garden is largely laid to lawn with mature borders and a wide variety of shrubs and flowers. To the rear elevation of the house is a magnificent magnolia grandiflora, a thriving Wisteria and a pomegranate tree. Another notable tree is a Judas Tree. The rear garden is enclosed by an impressive 12-foot beech hedge providing a secluded space. To the side of the house is an area planted with lots of fruit trees including apple and pears, different fruit bushes and a greenhouse

The road to the front of the house leading to the third garage is owned by The Dower House and the neighbouring houses have right of way to their own properties.


The village of Wrington is situated about 11 miles from the coast at Weston-super-Mare and approximately three miles from Yatton where there is a mainline railway station with regular trains to Bristol Temple Meads and beyond. Bristol City Centre is easily accessible being only approximately 13 miles away by car.

The attractive village has two popular pubs, a café, Post Office, several shops and hairdressers, and a pharmacy. There is also a primary school, dentist, veterinary clinic, beauty/aesthetics clinic, tennis club, bowls club, church and chapel. Barley Wood Walled Garden is nearby with the acclaimed Ethicurean restaurant, which features in the Michelin guide. The local primary school in Wrington is rated Outstanding by Ofsted and a secondary school at Churchill similarly rated, with a range of independent schools nearby at Sidcot, Wells and Bristol. There is quick access to the motorway network via the M5 and Bristol International Airport is close at hand.
Gas central heating
Underfloor heating to the downstairs
Mains drainage
EPC rating E
Council Tax – North Somerset, Council band G
Plot – 0.35 acres
Tenure: Freehold
Wrington North Somerset Conservation Area
Ultrafast fibre broadband
Entry alarm system
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