A four-bedroom detached home with land to spare
Drive just 20 minutes out of Bristol city centre and you’ll happen upon the cosy community of Tickenham, and this delightful 1950s four-bed property that’s fit for a growing family.
Entering the property on the ground floor through the entrance porch and hallway; straight ahead you have the living room with an open fire ideal for when frost bites, alongside a separate snug with a log burner.
At Ingleside you have incredible flexibility when it comes to hosting and entertaining – the three reception rooms allow you to arrange rooms in a way that suits you, and the kitchen/breakfast room in addition to the dining room provides various dining options.
The kitchen is furnished tastefully with white-fronted cupboards and wooden surfaces and flooded with natural light thanks to the large windows.
Two of the four double bedrooms are found on the ground floor, where there is a bath/shower room, and the other two bedrooms on the first floor are served by an en suite shower room. Double glazing and oil-fired central heating throughout makes for comfortable living, especially during the colder months.
A standout feature of the property is the simply astounding amount of land that surrounds the house. Measuring about 0.66 of an acre in total, including a hillside copse opposite the house, the south-facing gardens are well-looked-after and offer a safe space for children to play and explore. You’ll find a variety of mature shrubs and trees, as well an ornamental pond and vegetable garden. Those who like to host will love using the raised sun deck with far-reaching views over Dundry and Barrow Gurney – ideal or BBQs and gathering friends and family
A convenient utility room is located just off the kitchen and the current owners have added a fantastic detached double garage to the left of the house.
The inhabitants of Tickenham number just 950, and the area is a countrified spot with many of the properties having extensive grounds. In the village you’ll find a parish church, Tickenham Church of England Primary School and many pubs, along with beautifully scenic walking routes through the surrounding countryside – Tyntesfield NT Estate is just seven minutes’ drive away. Bristol is packed with secondary and primary schools and easily reachable by public transport as well as by car.
Commuters are a half an hour’s drive away along the A370 from Bristol city centre, which is also easily reachable by bus. Bristol Airport is just seven miles away, Nailsea train station is 10 minutes from Tickenham Hill by car and offers direct links to Bristol and Bath city centres, as well as a wide selection of high-street shops, banks, restaurants, supermarkets and
Living here you are in prime location for the coast – Clevedon and Weston-super-Mare beaches are excellent day trips.
Get in line for Inglesfield before it’s snapped up – get in touch with Hydes today.