Pretty five-bedroom home with views, grounds and outbuildings
- Credit: Debbie Fortune
A substantial five-bedroom, one-level, detached home in a hillside position, providing far-reaching views and extensive gardens of about an acre.
Tucked away at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac on Worlebury Hill, next to the golf course, the individual home has more than 3,000 square feet of accommodation set in an idyllic semi-rural position with spectacular views over Sand Bay towards the Bristol Channel and Welsh Coastline.
The versatile home, which can accommodate six bedrooms if desired, comprises; entrance vestibule, L-shaped hallway, living room, dining room, office, cloakroom, kitchen-breakfast-family room, utility room and the bedrooms, which are accessed off an inner hallway.
Panoramic views can be enjoyed in the expansive, dual-aspect living room, which features a beamed ceiling and an inglenook fireplace with brick canopy and surround. Patio doors leading to the garden can be found here and in the dining room.
A large home office could be used as a sixth bedroom or a playroom.
The undoubted heart of the house is the kitchen-breakfast-family room, with the kitchen including an array of painted oak units with ample storage, a breakfast bar, quality appliances including fridge and freezer, dishwasher, range cooker and canopy, plus a wine chiller. The spacious utility room has a walk-in airing cupboard, cupboards and a sink.
A walk-through dressing room and impressive en-suite bathroom featuring Corinthian-style pillars and separate shower cubicle make up the master bedroom suite.
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Outside, the garden is framed on both sides by mature trees, with established woodland at the bottom. Defined areas include an entertaining space with terrace and deck with a pathway leading to a wooden cabana. There is an ornamental pond and a stable block/piggery with a level base in front currently housing a static caravan. Beyond the garden is a paddock.
The property is approached via an in-and-out driveway with parking and turning circle leading to a substantial garage/workshop with space for a number of vehicles.
Location: Worlebury Hill Road, Weston
Agent: Debbie Fortune, 01934 862370