Homefield is a fine example of a period home that has been tastefully and sympathetically renovated to an exacting standard and situated on the main road on the western fringes of this popular village and within the conservation area. With origins dating back to the late 1600s, the property still retains much of its original character and period features such as panelled doors, shutters, dresser, fireplaces, sash windows and the like. It was originally owned by St John de Churchill who then sold it to the Marquis of Bath in the early 1700s. The addition of a two storey Georgian extension by Lord Bath created a desireable gentlemans residence. In 1910 Lord Bath sold Homefield to the local farmer for £450 plus £4.50 to include the wood rights.
Homefield is now a beautiful family home ready to move into with a luxury kitchen and breakfast room that has doors opening on to the terrace and gardens, two sitting rooms with fireplaces and wood burning stoves, study, dining room. Upstairs there is a Master suite with a superb vaulted ceiling in the bedroom and bathroom. There are 3 further large double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is a double garage, plenty of parking and lovely gardens that extend to just under 0.4 acre with established mature fruit trees and shrubs.
LOCATION TO FIND
Proceeding into Backwell on the A370 at the traffic lights proceed straight over and go past the shops and through the village. After the Rising Sun Public House on the left hand side, and a short distance on the right hand side, Homefield will be found. Electric gates open on to the gravelled driveway.
Hardwood panelled door to:
With solid oak flooring, doors off to rooms, recessed ceiling lights, decorative arch, stairs to first floor. Understairs cupboard. Radiator.
13' 11'' x 14' (4.24m x 4.27m)
A beautiful dual aspect room with french doors to the side gardens. Ceiling rose, cornicing and picture rail. Feature fireplace with oak surround and tiled inset with a flagstone hearth and wood burning stove. TV point and Virgin Media point. Sash double glazed window with shutters. Radiator.
15' 11'' x 14' 4'' (4.85m x 4.37m)
A dual aspect room. Sash double glazed windows with shutters. Ceiling rose. Feature fireplace with wood painted surround and tiled inset with flagstone hearth and wood burning stove. Attractive display alcove with shelving and cupboards under. TV point and Virgin Media point. Radiator.
9' 3'' x 15' 5'' (2.82m x 4.7m)
Original old painted china dresser with cupboards and plate shelving above. Recessed ceiling lights. Sash double glazed window with deep window sill. Radiator.
9' 4'' x 11' 11'' (2.84m x 3.63m)
Sash double glazed window with views to side gardens and shutters, Original working Claygate fireplace with quarry tiled hearth and mantle. Virgin Fibre Broadband point and 8 power sockets making it an ideal working home office. Radiator.
KITCHEN AND BREAKFAST ROOM
17' 7'' x 22' 2'' (5.36m x 6.76m) at widest point
A beautiful luxury kitchen with range of cream high gloss base and drawer cupboards with soft closure and Corian work surfaces over, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, central island with double power socket, integrated 11/2 bowl Corian sink and drainer with 3 way mono mixer tap over with filter, range of wall cupboards. Gas and electric cooker point., extractor canopy. Solid oak floor. Two Velux windows. French double glazed doors with double glazed side window lights opening on to terrace and gardens beyond and with views over open countryside. Recessed ceiling downlights. Multiple double power sockets. Radiator.
9' 1'' x 8' 8'' (2.77m x 2.64m)
Range of cream high gloss base units with work surface over, stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbing for washing machine, velux window, ceramic tiled floor. Radiator.
With Worcester Bosch wall mounted gas central heating boiler and pressurised hot water cylinder.
10' 2'' x 6' 8'' (3.10m x 2.03m)
With double glazed window overlooking gardens, radiator, x2 power points, ceramic tiled floor. Radiator.
Low level wc., cloaks basin with storage cupboard under, chrome towel radiator. Ceramic tiled floor.
FIRST FLOOR - LANDING
Attractive staircase with 1/4 turn and off to Bedroom 3 and Master. Loft access. Coloured glass skylight, with light inside. Radiator.
14' 5'' x 16' (4.39m x 4.88m)
A lovely light and airy room with a vaulted beam ceiling. Sash double glazed window, velux window with remote controlled blind. TV point and multiple double power points. Radiator.
ENSUITE BATHROOM AND DRESSING ROOM
13' 4'' x 10' 5'' (4.06m x 3.17m)
With Amtico oak effect floor, white suite comprising twin vanity and cupboards under, low level wc., walk in shower enclosure with thermostatically controlled shower and drencher rose, fully tiled walls, vaulted and beamed ceiling, extractor fan. Illuminated mirror with integrated shaver point. Double power point. Chrome towel rail. Sash double glazed window. Radiator.
BEDROOM 2 (front)
12' 4'' x 14' 3'' (3.76m x 4.34m)
Dual aspect. Double glazed sash window, deep window sill to side aspect. TV point. Radiator.
BEDROOM 3 (Rear)
9' 6'' x 17' 9'' (2.9m x 5.41m)
Views to rear gardens and countryside beyond. Plumbing installed for ensuite shower room if required. Double glazed sash effect window. Multiple double power sockets. TV point. Radiator.
BEDROOM 4 (Side)
12' 4'' x 11' (3.76m x 3.35m)
Attractive panel double glazed sash window with deep window sill overlooking the side gardens. TV point. Radiator.
9' 6'' x 6' 0'' (2.89m x 1.83m)
White suite comprising deep centre fill panelled bath, low level wc., vanity basin with cupboard under, corner shower enclosure with thermostically controlled shower over, tiled surround, chrome towel rail, tiled floor & walls, recessed ceiling downlights, shaver point. Double glazed sash window. Built in full width wall mirror.
OUTSIDE - DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE
21' 5'' x 19' 1'' (6.53m x 5.82m)
With two electronically operated up and over doors, light and power. Storage space in rafters, window to rear garden.
The approach to Homefield is through a wooden gate with paved path leading to the front door. Laid to lawn with mature flower borders and shrubs. To the front and side of the property is a natural stone wall boundary leading to side gardens. These are laid to lawn with borders. Outside tap.
These are a particular feature of the property that command a high degree of privacy and seclusion.
With a large paved terraced area to the rear of the property. Lawned area with orchard of mature apple, plum, cherry and fig trees. The rear gardens are fenced and enclosed with natural hedging and opening on to fields to the rear and lovely countryside views beyond. Timber shed. Greenhouse. Gravelled area with raised vegetable beds.
Through a pair of electronically operated gates leading to gravelled driveway with parking for 6 cars. Outside tap.
Within the village, there are a good range of amenities to include Spar, baker, chemist, newsagents, post office stores and the like, and for those interested in schooling there is an infant school, a junior school and a secondary school, all of them, but especially the latter performing exceptionally well in the County of North Somerset, there is also a private primary school within the village and other private schooling in Bristol itself. The local rail station provides regular links with the inter-city network, and there is a regular bus service along the A370 to Bristol and Weston-Super-Mare, with a useful park-and-ride scheme at the end of the Long Ashton bypass. Access to the M5 motorway at Clevedon is but a short drive, and Bristol International Airport is around 3.5 miles away. Nearby recreational facilities are to be found at the leisure complex adjoining the secondary school, whilst golf courses are available at Downside, Long Ashton, Failand, Tickenham and Clevedon.
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