St John’s House is a pretty four-bedroom period property in a sought-after area near Bristol. The property has a wealth of period features including exposed stonework, original shuttered mullioned windows and open fireplaces. Of particular note are the drawing room with its exposed stonework and open fireplaces, and the original spindled staircase which leads to the first floor landing.
There are currently four bedrooms, two of which enjoy the rear southerly aspect and a large family bathroom.
Accommodation in total comprises: four bedrooms, three reception rooms, utility and boot room and cellars and garages, all in grounds of over an acre. Planning permission has been granted for a substantial side extension which would substantially increase the accommodation.
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Outside is a pretty enclosed front garden with a good degree of privacy and the formal gardens to the rear are mainly laid to lawn with a number of established trees, hedgerows and shrubbery. The views from the property are extensive and widespread and the south aspect ensures the rear of the house has lots of natural light. The detached garage is extensive and the paddock area is accessible from a gate from the rear gardens or the road.
Wraxall is a popular unspoiled rural village just over six miles from Bristol with a church, a local pub and a good local primary school while nearby Nailsea and Backwell offer a more comprehensive range of amenities. The guide price is £625,000. For further information contact Savills on 01179 933 5800 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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