4-bedroom family home in Sandford, North Somerset

April 27, 2022
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4-bedroom family home in Sandford

This spacious detached family home is located on the popular Bramley Close in the heart of Sandford near Winscombe. It offers 4 bedrooms, including a master with en suite, kitchen diner to the rear, great sized living room, generous corner-plot gardens to the rear and side, garage with driveway parking and a lovely garden room to the side.

The ground floor

The property is approached via a block-paved driveway leading to a garage to one side, with gated access to further parking space and an easy-to-maintain side garden. A storm porch shelters the front door from inclement weather, which opens into an entrance hall. Off the hall is a cloakroom with WC and basin and a good-sized living room. From the living room, double doors open into an L-shaped kitchen/diner.

Kitchen dining

The kitchen-dining room
The modern kitchen-diner opens to the lounge through double glazed doors

The strikingly modern kitchen features a range o pale grey cupboards topped with white granite worktops. A five-ring gas hob is fitted, as is an extractor hood and eye-level electric oven and grill. There is space to tuck away a large fridge-freezer too. Separate to the kitchen, is a handy utility room with space for a washing machine. A useful cupboard is fitted under the stairs.

Also to the rear, is a covered porch enabling weather-protected access to the garage and garden room.

Upstairs

Upstairs there are four bedrooms. Attached to the main bedroom is a sizeable en-suite. The room is currently fitted with a bath, basin, and WC. But there is enough room in the suite for the addition of a shower, should the new owners prefer. The family bathroom also offers a white suite of WC, basin and large shower.

Garden

The rear of the garden is block-paved with plenty of room for patio-furniture. The space flows around to the side garden. Here there is ample space to park two or three vehicles—or a large caravan. To the side is a small lawned-area bordered by a few mature shrubs.

Nearby in Sandford and Winscombe

Sandford straddles the Strawberry line—a footpath and cycle-way built along the route of the old Cheddar Valley Line. From the village you can cycle (or walk if you have a mind to) to the coast at Clevedon in one direction, and down to Cheddar in the other, traffic free. There are plans to use the Strawberry Line as part of the  Somerset Circle. The Circle will be an 85-mile circuit linking Bristol, Bath, the Media Hills, the Somerset Levels, and the coast.

Amenities

In Sandford itself, is the Sandford Station Heritage Railway Centre, with its Café, and model railway.

The local pub is the Railway Inn, a beautifully restored traditional country pub. The inn offers unique fresh foods and our complete range of ciders as well as local ales and a selection of quality wines, spirits and minerals. It is dog friendly and has free Wi-Fi. Just down the road is the Thatcher’s shop where local cider and beers can be purchased. The village also boasts a grocery shop and a well-respected primary school.

Activities in Sandford

The hill that shelters Sandford to the South is topped with woods, which can be walked. Indeed, there’s gold in them thar’ hills for active people. There you will find climbing, caving, adventure sports, a ski centre, campsites, target sport sites, forest school locations, a golf course, and Mendip Outdoor Pursuits’ activity centre.

Winscombe

Sandford is a parish of Winscombe, widely regarded as one of the best places to live in the country. The centre of the village is a short car-ride away and is home to an excellent range of local shops and services. There are also an astonishing number of clubs and societies.

Is Sandford a good place to live?

Sandford is just 16 miles (25.75 kilometres) from Bristol and seven miles from Weston-super-Mare. The nearest train station is in Worle, where there is also a number of supermarkets including, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Lidl. Bristol Airport is a short drive up the A38 away.

In addition to the primary school in the heart of Sandford, the nearest senior school is just 3 miles (4.83 kilometres) away in Churchill. Private education is offered in the nearby Sidcot School.

With low crime rates and such good amenities to hand, it’s no wonder happiness in the village is reported to be above average for Somerset. The property market in Winscombe and Sandford has had a steep increase over the last few years and has seen accelerating growth.

Broadband speeds in Sandford

Ultrafast broadband with a maximum download speed of 900 Mbps is available in the area through the Truespeed network. Ultrafast broadband is the latest high-speed standard, generally taken to mean fixed line broadband at a potential speed of 300Mbps or more—more than enough for even the most demanding household gaming, video calling, video and internet browsing needs. Note that occasionally some properties in a postcode may still not be eligible due to conditions on the ground, or the building structure. If you wish to enquire about a specific property in this postcode, contact the major suppliers, for instance Virgin MediaBT Broadband and Plusnet.

Broadband data is based on information provided by the major fixed internet service providers in the UK, including Virgin Media and BT. It does not include providers of satellite internet. Data at this postcode has been sourced from 10 reported internet connections.

Broadband supplier and supply type information provided by Broadband Genie. Contains information licensed by the Office of Communications. Other information supplied by streetcheck.co.uk

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