Guide Price £995,000
Stonewell Lane, Bristol, BS49
The Old Stables is a wonderfully converted home, offering modern living within an historic and charming period building. The stylish residence, suitable for dual occupation, enjoys privacy, generous grounds and several outbuildings.
Located a short walk from Congresbury High Street and backing on to farmland looking towards the Mendip Hills, the beautiful property is hidden behind electric gates and stands proud on a large plot of approximately ¾ acre.
A long driveway leads you through the gates and sweeps around to the front and rear of the property, giving plenty of parking and offering a choice of entrances.
To the hub of the house is a stunning kitchen family room, providing space to cook, dine, relax and socialise. A handmade, hand painted Oak fitted kitchen with marble worktops wrap around a large kitchen island with built-in wine coolers. Exposed stone, stable doors and garden views complete the room. The charm continues to flow in a separate sitting room, which although spacious has a cosy feel created with a log burning stove, feature fireplace and pretty window seat. A large hall with stylish and practical storage allows access to a modern utility room, cloakroom and lobby entrance to the annex and rear of the property. Upstairs a bright landing with country views and further storage provides access to four double bedrooms, two with en-suite shower rooms and a family bathroom.
With its own direct access the annex is also linked to the main house through a central lobby. The ground floor comprises entrance hall and cloakroom, modern kitchen and a spacious lounge dining room which enjoys a double aspect and stunning open staircase besides a double height window. The upstairs benefits from two double bedrooms and a bathroom with bath and separate shower.
A vast front garden includes a patio area perfect for warm weather dining, a large lawn with shrub boarders, a swing seat surrounded by a rockery and three beautiful established Oak trees offer privacy and shade. A charming timber outbuilding with power, lighting, cloakroom and a wood burning stove make a perfect office space or summerhouse and overlooks the lawn.
A large double garage is located to the side of the annex, with an almost secret garden hidden behind. A stone built workshop is located across a forecourt and could be converted to additional living space if required. Behind the workshop a delightfully private garden has a second patio for entertaining and relaxing whilst watching evening sunsets or livestock grazing in the field behind.
Congresbury is a beautiful village located 13 miles south of Bristol city centre, and 7 miles east of Weston-super-Mare. Drystone walls and period homes run alongside the High Street and the River Yeo flows through the village offering great riverside walks. Two shopping areas, one with a war memorial and the other a square, service the village with a butchers, bakery, country store, post office, hair & beauty salon, pharmacy, restaurant and popular pubs. Bristol airport and access to the M5 motorway are both within a 6 mile drive and Yatton Train Station is just 1.9 miles away with links to Bristol, London and Exeter.
• Converted c.1986
• Mains drainage
• Mains electricity
• Main gas
• Intercom security gates
• Underfloor heating
• Log Store
• Potting Shed
• Stone built garden shed
• Double glazing
• Gas centrally heated