These homes in the Mendip countryside are superbly appointed properties in a unique development, says James Higgins
Dilly Meadows is brand-new development in West Harptree offering a beautiful array of 18 three- and four-bedroom homes in unspoiled Mendip countryside. Tastefully designed to reflect the local architecture, these homes offer modern, open-planned living spaces and are positioned in a welcoming, quiet village around a 30-minute drive from Bristol.
The development sits behind a green space and is slightly set-back from a quiet country road. Each home is unique but all benefit from a considerate and conservative design which ensures each reflects the architectural style seen throughout the North Somerset countryside.
While every property at Dilly Meadows has its own unique features, every home boasts an open-plan kitchen/diner which are stylish but perfect for personalisation. They feature Valentino units topped with solid quartz worktops and come equipped with integrated Bosch appliances, including oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. The living spaces benefit from engineered wood and tiled flooring and feature underfloor heating as standard. The bedrooms are carpeted and similarly benefit from underfloor heating.
The bathrooms are fitted with Villeroy and Boch three-/four-piece suites as well as Porcelanosa tiles on the walls and floors. Every property includes an en suite shower room to the master bedroom – six even feature two en suite double-bedrooms, offering those properties a little extra luxury.
A number of the properties feature double-height hallways and large glazed doors which give them a beautiful sunny aspect throughout. Nearly all of the properties include a garage (and in some cases double garage) which provide lots of handy storage and workshop space.
The development is situated on the edge of West Harptree – a friendly village located around 13 miles from Bristol and a 15-mile drive from Bath. The village has a doctor’s surgery, post office, pub, local shops, and a regular bus service to Bristol city centre. Chew Valley Lake is located to the north and the local countryside can be explored from the numerous bridleways that lead away from the village.
Agent: Gabriel Hirst, 01761 490092, www.gabrielhirst.co.uk