Wick St Larence—detached 4 bed home with office and private garden

March 24, 2022

Wick St Lawrence—family home with office space and private garden

This detached, four-bedroom modern home is an ideal family home. The property stands in the quiet village of Wick St Lawrence near Worle. With a conservatory, private garden, and large study/home office, it is a perfect family home.

Large conservatory
A generously sized conservatory is currently used as a dining room

A large living room stretches from the front to the back of the house. Patio doors open into the conservatory, currently used as a dining room. The kitchen is compact and well-organised. Facing the back garden, its white units make it a bright place to prepare meals—even on the dullest days. The fridge/freezer is integral, and hidden away. There are spaces for a dishwasher and washing machine.

Not just an office

large office space

The addition of the conservatory has freed up this former dining room to be re-purposed. Currently used as an office, it provides a generous space for two or more people to work from home. But don’t simply think of it as an office. Let your imagination go wild. This room is large enough to serve as a hobby-room, or a gym. Or perhaps you need a separate TV room for the kids? Or you could turn it back into a dining room and use the conservatory as a sun room. The options are limitless.

Outside space

The rear garden provides a private space to relax with areas of lawn, paving, and shrub borders. Tucked away, out of sight, a garden shed stands at the side of the house. At the front of the property, a drive offers parking space for one vehicle. The attached garage has power and lighting.

Near Wick St Lawrence

Wick St Lawrence dates back to the fifteenth century. A village cross stands opposite the parish church. The crosshead itself was destroyed in the English Civil War.

The property market in Wick St Lawrence has seen a steep increase over the last few years. Growth is still accelerating. New Base, New life report that happiness in the village is above average for Somerset.

Schools and facilities

Schools in the Wick St Lawrence area are plentiful. The nearby village of Worle offers two secondary schools, Priory Community School, and Worle Community School. And there are no fewer than eleven primary schools in the area.

For commuters, there is easy access to the M5. Clevedon, Bristol and Burnham-on-Sea are all a half hour drive away. Also within striking distance, are the Woolpack Inn and The Nut Tree pubs. Shoppers can take their pick of the supermarkets. Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Lidl, and The Food Warehouse are all close by.

If you enjoy golf, you have a choice. Weston-super-Mare Golf Club, and Worlebury and Mendip Spring are all just a few miles away. For fitness-minded people, there are many gyms in the area. Hutton Moor Leisure Centre is a short drive away offering a 25 m swimming pool, health spa and a 155 station gymnasium. The nearby town of Weston-super-Mare bustles with life with its many cafés, bars, and restaurants. Weston-super-Mare boasts two multiscreen cinemas, two theatres and a museum.

Broadband speed

Superfast broadband is available in the area. The average download speed reported is 37Mbps. This is more than enough for demanding household needs*. Gaming, video calling, and video streaming are possible. Please note that some properties in this postcode may not be eligible for superfast broadband. This may be due to conditions on the ground, or the building structure. For enquiries about a specific property in this postcode, contact the major suppliers. These include Virgin MediaBT Broadband and Plusnet.

Broadband data on information provided by the major fixed internet service providers in the UK. It does not include providers of satellite internet. Data for this postcode sourced from 29 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

*Source: https://www.cable.co.uk/broadband/guides/basic-fibre-broadband/