Estate Agents & Lettings Agency in Worle, Weston Super Mare



Address: Church Road, Worle, Weston-Super-Mare BS22 9EL
Bedrooms: 3

We are delighted to offer this period grade 2 listed georgian style semi-detached residence believed to have originally been built in 1806.

The property comprises entrance vestibule, hallway, cloakroom, dining hall, drawing room, victorian conservatory, utility, modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room, coach house annexe (currently guest room/study with WC and garage below), driveway with parking for 2-3 cars, gas central heating and views toward the Mendips.

Arched timber entrance door to:
Entrance Vestibule 
2.06m x 1.52m (6' 9" x 5') Flagstone flooring, 2 feature leaded light arched windows to front, archway with wrought-iron gate giving access to the rear garden, further door to utility and:
Main Hall:
3.35m x 2.77m (11' x 9' 1") including cloakroom, single glazed window to front onto conservatory and further window to rear, radiator, coved ceiling, dado rail, timber flooring.

Low level WC, corner wash hand basin with tiled surround, high level single glazed window, radiator.
Door from Hallway to:
Dining Hall:
4.22m plus staircase x 3.35m (13' 10" x 11') Ornate coved ceiling, ornate ceiling rose, dado rail, solid timber flooring, 2 radiators, west facing sash window, spindled balustrade staircase rising to 1st floor with under stair storage cupboard with power and light, further storage cupboard with shelving.
Drawing Room:
6.25m maximum x 4.22m extending to 4.83m (20' 6" max. x 13' 10" to 15' 10") South facing glazed double doors to front garden, further timber door to side, coved ceiling, ornate ceiling rose, 2 radiators, timber panelling to dado rail, shelved alcove/recess with cupboards, working open fireplace with ornate timber surround, slate hearth, exposed timber floorboards.

Glazed door from Drawing Room to:

Victorian Conservatory:
2.74m x 2.54m (9' x 8' 3") Barrel vaulted glazed ceiling and half glazed door to front, timber glazed windows, radiator, original Victorian tessellated tiled flooring, return door to hallway.
Modern Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room:
5.38m x 3.05m (17' 7" x 10') Fitted with a range of pine wall and base units incorporating glazed display cabinets, plate rack, corner unit with carousel, wine rack, complementing roll edge work surfaces, including a 1 1/2 bowl single drainer Porcelain sink unit with Victorian style mixer tap over, tiled surrounds, timber sash window to rear with original working shutters, further window to side, Stoves 4-ring gas hob with extractor hood and light over, integrated NEFF stainless steel double oven and grill, plumbing for dishwasher, integrated fridge, cupboard housing gas fired combination boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating, plinth skirting heater, tiled flooring, radiator, inset ceiling spotlights, loft access, half glazed door to side.
From the Entrance Vestibule, door to:

Utility Room:
2.67m x 2.69m (8' 9" x 8' 10") Timber single glazed window to rear, radiator, floorboards, skylight, Belfast sink unit, timber work surfaces, plumbing for washing machine, vent for tumble dryer, open shelving, shelved storage cupboard, gas fired combination boiler supplying hot water and gas central heating for the Utility and Coach House areas only.
From Dining Hall, spindled balustrade staircase with dado rail to side, rising to:
First Floor Landing:
Radiator, niche display alcove, stained glass window to rear, dado rail, picture rail.
Bedroom 1:
4.57m x 4.27m (15' x 14') Plus 2 double built-in wardrobes, coved ceiling, radiator with grille cover, single glazed sash window to front with original working window shutters and affording views toward the Mendip Hills and Crooks Peak.
Bedroom 2:  
3.38m x 3.07m (11' 1" x 10' 1") West facing single sash window to side with original window shutters, ceiling rose, radiator, built-in cupboard with louvered doors. 
Luxury Bathroom:
3.51m x 3.40m (11' 6" x 11' 1") Refitted with modern white suite comprising of central claw foot bath with Victorian-style mixer tap and shower attachment, fully tiled double shower cubicle with mains shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, laminate flooring, tiled surrounds, electric shaver socket, inset ceiling spotlights, 2 Victorian-style radiator/heated towel rails, built-in airing cupboard with slatted shelving, extractor, timber double glazed window to side and further timber double glazed window to rear.
Stairs rising from first floor landing to:
Second Floor Landing:
Storage and loft access.
Bedroom 3:
4.60m x 4.42m  (15' 1" x 14' 6" ) South facing sash window with original working shutters affording views towards the Mendips Hills and Crooks Peak, 4 built-in double wardrobes with louvred doors, cast fireplace with surround and mantle, double radiator, panelled ceiling.  

Paved driveway with parking for 2-3 cars, leading to Detached Annexe/Guest Room with Garage/Storage below, approached via timber double doors measuring 4.39m x 3.48m narrowing to 2.69m (14' 4" x 11' 5" to 8' 9") with light, power and outside tap. Separate entrance with timber door to Entrance Hallway with steps up to main office area measuring 5.28m x 3.66m (17' 3" x 12') single glazed windows to front and side, ornate ceiling, built-in full length bookcase with cupboards below, wood burning stove, 2 Victorian-style radiators.

Steps down to:

Lobby Area:
Double radiator and door to:
Low level WC (saniflo), pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks, shaver socket, radiator, inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan.
The front garden is predominantly laid to lawn and mature flower and shrub beds and borders, Victorian style veranda to front. The rear gardens have been landscaped with courtyard/cottage style patio approached via the Kitchen/Breakfast room or from the Entrance Vestibule, laid to paving stones and chipping stones, outside tap, flower and shrub border, outside lighting. Steps up to several terraces laid to circular patio feature with timber summerhouse to side measuring 3.02m x 1.93m (9' 10" x 6' 3") with power and light, area of lawn, pond, mature flower and shrub beds and borders, timber garden shed. The gardens offer a great deal of privacy and seclusion.
Directional Note:  
From the office turn right into Worle High Street, at the mini-roundabout turn left into The Scaurs at the top of the road turn left into Church road where the property can be found  on the right hand side.

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