Over Lane, Almondsbury £500,000

A unique opportunity to acquire a period cottage in the village of Almondsbury, with stunning far reaching views across the Severn Estuary and towards Wales. This cosy home has been in the same family for many years and offers flexible accommodation over two floors,  with further potential to make this an individual  home you can grow into. Boasting character features the ground floor briefly comprises entrance hall with access to both reception rooms and the rear . The lounge features a wood burning stove and bar area for entertaining, with access to the dining room which offers space for a large table- a perfect place to entertain!  The  kitchen offers a  fitted wood effect farm house style units  with integrated appliances and a breakfast bar, access out to the rear garden via the boot room. A shower room  with free standing shower and WC is a great addition. The second reception room offers another versatile space, currently set up as an alternative lounge with fireplace and gas fire. Furthermore, the ground floor offers a handy utility room with space for appliances. The first floor comprises four well proportioned double bedrooms, with fitted wardrobes in bedroom three plus, a the family bathroom with three piece suite and shower over the bath.

Externally  this lovely character home enjoys a beautifully landscaped rear garden, mainly laid to lawn and boasting mature borders, fully stocked with  a variety of established trees, evergreen plants and perennials . Additionally, there is ample off street parking for a number of vehicles including a car port.

The civil parish of Almondsbury is much larger than the village. It includes the villages of Hortham, OverEaster ComptonCompton GreenfieldCatbrain and Hallen. It also includes Cribbs Causeway and the site of the village of Charlton, now the western end of Filton Airfield.The village pub takes its name from the bowl shape of the land surrounding the estuary. Also at the bottom of the hill is the local church, dedicated to Saint Mary the Virgin.Another pub, The Swan Inn, is located on the A38, in the upper part of the village, almost opposite an open space known as Almondsbury Tump.In March 2009 a community shop was opened in the village by the not-for-profit Almondsbury Community Services Association (ACSA), situated opposite the Old School Hall at 14 Church Road. The community shop is staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers. The aim of the project goes beyond a village shop, being a service for the village, to support local suppliers wherever possible, and to be another focal point where people in the village can meet.The village also has a motorwaypolice station, a garden centre, and a restaurant/pub .Almondsbury has two Non-League football clubs Almondsbury Town A.F.C. who play at The Field and Almondsbury F.C. who play at Scott Park.Other sporting facilities include a cricket pitch and a rugby pitch(NBRFC). Almondsbury Tennis Club [1] is on the same site.Education is provided by Almondsbury Church of England Primary School. This is a state maintained school. The Ofsted report, dated April 2009, rated the school as good (outstanding in places).

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