This very special cottage-style house in semi-rural Kewstoke is well-proportioned, and with its welcoming gated access to the beautiful front garden, really does say ‘come inside and relax’.
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Property DescriptionThis very special cottage-style house in semi-rural Kewstoke is well-proportioned, and with its welcoming gated access to the beautiful front garden, really does say 'come inside and relax'.
The hallway is light and airy, with stairs leading to the spacious first-floor landing.
The sitting room is a lovely size, made cosy with its feature cast-iron open fireplace, and a charming front window overlooking established greenery, including a planted beer barrel.
The kitchen-breakfast room is a joy for those who love to cook, with space to invent and create new recipes whilst chatting to friends, who will have no issues relaxing with so much room for a table and chairs. It is filled with cream-coloured country-style base, drawer, and wall units, including a pull-out larder unit, with hard-wood worktops over, a Belfast sink and Diplomat range cooker with extractor. It also has downlighters, spotlights and an under-stairs cupboard.
This leads to a back lobby with a door to the back garden and to a contemporary newly-refurbished shower room, with black, sparkly wet-room panelled walls, toilet and basin with vanity unit. It also has a black ceramic-tiled floor.
From the kitchen there was archway access to a dining room, but the vendor closed this off to allow the room to be used as a downstairs bedroom. For those that would prefer the additional reception space, this could very easily be reinstated.
Upstairs, the wide landing has a dormer-windowed area, perfect for housing a little desk for those still working remotely.
Both double bedrooms have characterful dormer windows, offering views towards upper Kewstoke and the woods beyond, and built-in cupboards. One also provides access to the partially-boarded loft, with a pull-down ladder.
The bathroom is very attractively-presented, with a corner bath, perfect for soaking and truly relaxing into after a long day. There is a mixer shower over it, with a rainfall showerhead, plus a hand-held one, folding shower screen and curtain rail. The low-level WC was replaced last year and there is a basin set into a vanity unit with neighbouring base units, providing ample storage, and a green marble-effect work surface on top.
Outside, the delightful back garden is a good-size and laid mainly to lawn with fully-stocked borders, concreted area at the back of the house and two seating areas to sit back and enjoy the sunshine, one decked and one laid to Cotswold stone chippings. There is also a small shed. Being a terrace, the garden is private and enclosed - perfect for young children to play or pets to stay safe.
The property also benefits from gas-central heating, powered by a three-year-old combi boiler and vented double glazing replaced two years ago, along with the front door. There is no onward chain.
Do not miss out on this little gem, being around the corner from some of the most beautiful spots on this coastline, including Sand Bay beach with its dunes and far-reaching views that look even more heavenly when the sun is setting and Weston Woods, which are both within a ten-minute walk.
A longer walk through the woods, or along the historic toll road, takes you towards the stunningly haunted skeleton of Birnbeck Pier. Weston Beach and the town centre are just a bit further on, or a short drive away, where amenities include the indoor Sovereign Shopping Centre, modern high street, restaurants which cater for vegan and vegetarian diets, doctors, dentists, museum, library, cinemas, theatre, as well as the seafront, promenade and Grand Pier.
There are state schools in Lympsham, Weston and Worle, and for independent education, Sidcot is an excellent private school just four miles away in Winscombe, while Bristol, Taunton, Glastonbury and Street also offer a wide variety of schools. The M5 is within easy reach, as is the mainline railway at Weston.
Bristol Airport is an easy drive to the north, with its extensive range of scheduled flights, both national and international.
The countryside, well-known for its beauty, also offers a variety of community pursuits within a short drive.
SITTING ROOM 15' 00" x 11' 11" (4.57m x 3.63m)
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 13' 09" x 11' 01" (4.19m x 3.38m)
UTILITY ROOM 6' 11" x 6' 05" (2.11m x 1.96m)
SHOWER ROOM 5' 11" x 4' 11" (1.8m x 1.5m)
BEDROOM 3/DINING ROOM 10' 05" x 9' 09" (3.18m x 2.97m)
BEDROOM 12' 00" x 10' 00" (3.66m x 3.05m)
BEDROOM 16' 07" x 10' 06" (5.05m x 3.2m)
BATHROOM 8' 10" x 6' 10" (2.69m x 2.08m)
Our vendor says:
"I fell in love with the place because of its character, versatility, large rooms and garden. It's also great being so near a quiet beach and the woods. I also liked the village feel, that it's slightly outside of Weston but with easy access to the centre, seafront and Worle too. I have loved driving to work along the coastal road every day and will miss that and the house."
- 2/3 bedrooms
- Fab kitchen/breakfast room
- Bathroom and downstairs shower room
- Gorgeous enclosed garden
- No onward chain
- Close to the beach and the woods