Debecca’s Lane

£299,950 OIRO
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Parking: Double Garage
  • Outside Space: Gardens
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Summary

Easton in Gordano is a quiet village just a short drive from Bristol and conveniently placed for the motorway confluence.  Soon to benefit from a train station and handy for the picturesque Avon gorge cycle track/tow path for those who prefer a quieter commute to work.   For those that want the best of both worlds properties in this small town tend to be more individually styled and built over the generations.   Number four reflects this characteristic in the Cape Cod style (even the shed is sympathetically styled). Unusual and some might say quirky but this property is a good sized family home for those that like a bit of history and character.  Build in the 1850s by craftsmen this property is finished in brilliant white exterior, quite striking but warm in winter and cool in summer.   Some notable period features include original Victorian fireplaces. Homes are a little dearer here but number four is priced to sell.  Early viewing recommended.

Three bedroom semi detached house set on two floors with all the amenities a family would want including downstairs bedroom close to shower/toilet and family bathroom on the first floor.   Two double bedrooms (with views)  and a garage to suit the DIY enthusiast completes the picture.  A fitted kitchen with utility room for all white goods and of course gas central heating.  All double glazed.

Full Details

Entrance front door/front garden
Gated access up to the main/front door. Laid to lawn to the left leading to side access.

UPV entrance/front door which opens in to a vestibule area and on to the hallway with flight of stairs to the first floor.

Lounge: (4.42m x 4.3m)
Accessed via the hallway; central feature being the gas fire/surround and ceiling coving and ceiling rose. This large room also has two d.glazed windows chimney breast and dado rails.

Kitchen/Diner: (3.5m x 2.9m)
Accessible via the hallway or rear entrance. Fitted with a range of real wood floor and wall mounted units and granite effect roll top surfaces with tiled splash-backs, inset s.steel sink. D.glazed windows which overlook the rear courtyard and side garden. Plenty of spaces for white goods and socket outlets.

Utility room/ Downstairs WC (2.37m x 2.7m)
Accessed from the kitchen. with roll top work surface and provision for white goods. Low level WC in white and sink with drainer. Wall mounted combination boiler. D glazed window and doors leading to the garden.

Third Bedroom (3.8m x 3.219m)
Accessed via the kitchen but could equally serve as a dining room. Could be used as an office, play room or simply for storage.

Downstairs shower room: (3.52m x 2.45m)
Features instantaneous shower, low level WC, matching sink and tiled throughout in white.

Upstairs landing
Arising from the ground floor with storage cupboard and d.glazed window. Leading on to:

Main Bathroom: (2.115m x 2.075m)
Matching three piece bathroom suite comprising panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin, WC and tiled sympathetically throughout. Coved ceiling.

First Bedroom: (4.06m x 3.17m)
Features coved ceiling, loft access, two windows with views, original fireplace and built in wardrobes

Bedroom Two (2.068m 2.856m)
Featuring characteristic coving to light fitting and ceiling, built in cupboard, d.glazed window with a view.

Side/Rear garden:
Part paved/part shingle and grass front garden with mixed shrubs. Provides rear access to the main building. To the left is the shingle drive leading to double garage/workshop.

Garage / workshop (5.2m x 6.72m)
Spacious double garage/workshop for the hobbyist or just DIY fanatic with lighting/power.

Garden shed: (2.93m x 2.17m)
Even the garden shed is a good size and styled like as the house.