4 bed Detached For Sale
Asking Price £479,000
A fantastic detached four bedroom family home situated on a generous plot in Easter Compton. The house benefits from green and open views to the front with lots of country walks nearby for local residents. Within the house itself there is a great deal of space with three reception spaces, including the conservatory, kitchen and an additional study downstairs whilst upstairs there are four bedrooms and en-suite shower room to the master bedroom and family bathroom. The house also has a driveway and double garage. Spaniorum View is well placed on the edge of Easter Compton within comfortable commuting distance to several major employers based in the area, such as Amazon as well as being well placed for the M5, M4 and Bristol Parkway train station. The house is offered to the market a complete onward chain and is available to view via Boardwalk Property Co. on 0117 989 8222.
Living Room 5.1 x 3.5m (to maximum points)
Kitchen 3.7 x 3.4m
Dining Room 3.1 x 3.0m
Conservatory 3.5 x 3.3
Study 2.35 x 2.15m
Downstairs WC 2.1 x 0.9m
Master Bedroom 3.5 x 3.2m (excluding built-in storage)
En-Suite Shower Room 1.5 x 1.45m
Bedroom Two 3.5 x 2.1m (excluding built-in storage)
Bedroom Three 3.5 x 2.2m
Bedroom Four 3.5 x 2.1m
Bathroom 2.4 x 1.6m
The house is situated on a generous plot, with a small garden and a driveway to the front, access around both sides to a large and smartly landscaped rear garden, with mature shrubs and a well maintained lawned area. The garden has a south-easterly aspect.
The house sits on the northern edge of the village of Easter Compton, a village in South Gloucestershire, just outside the northern edge of Bristol. The area is just minutes from Junction 17 of the M5 at Cribbs Causeway, making it a hugely accessible, semi-rural location. The proximity of Cribbs Causeway is ideal for the major branding shopping at places such as John Lewis or for visiting one of several sizeable supermakets, or simply going out for food or to the cinema. Beyond Cribbs Causeway, Bristol City Centre is just a short drive and can also be accessed via the A38 or M4 and M32. The motorway network is very handy for travelling further afield, with a new junction of the M49 soon to serve this area, locally believe to be beneficial in taking some traffic away from the village itself. Bristol Parkway is also just a short journey away for those who travel regularly. Within the village itself, there is a pub and shop – whilst the wider Easter Compton area often brings several visitors, be it to the man-mad surfing lake 'The Wave', the Wild Place Project or to Bristol Golf Club, all on the fringes of the village and providing good employment and opportunities to the local residents.
What is Included?
Within the kitchen appliances are free-standing and are therefore not automatically included within the sale. In each of the two bigger bedrooms there are built-in wardrobes which will be in place for the new buyers. Other furniture is not available automatically but may be available for separate negotiation.
Estimated Rental Value
The house has a driveway and a double garage.
The house is rated as a 'C' for energy efficiency and environmental impact, with potential to improve both to 'B' through floor insulation and solar panels. The estimated running costs according to the energy performance certificate for lightin, heating and hot water are £726 per year.