- Outline building plot for 4 bed house
- Double Garage & Workshop
- Annex/dependant relative opportunity
- Walk to town
- Three bathrooms
- Six bedrooms
- Easy access to A38
- Gated driveway
- Gas central heating
East End House is one of those special detached homes that rarely come on to the market and has been developed over the years to create both flexible and versatile accommodation by the current owners, suited to a large extended family, additional income or a dependent relative. It boasts a further opportunity to build a detached four bedroom home in its generous gardens (access will be from Chiltern Park, Thornbury) and has outline planning granted under South Gloucestershire Planning Reference PT15/5208/0.
Situated in an established plot of a third of an acre and enclosed by an attractive stone wall and fencing, the property is accessed via a sweeping gated gravel driveway leading up to the detached garage (with an electric door) giving ample parking and level lawns, greenhouse, established trees and deep well tended evergreen shrub and flower borders with a pedestrian gate to the rear. There are gardens to three sides of the property currently with the proposed new property (should you wish) to the side including cycle storage space and parking spaces for two cars.
The house is currently arranged over two floors with lounge, dining room/fourth bedroom, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, utility room with walk in larder, entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom and a welcoming porch. There are three bedrooms on the first floor with an en suite and dressing room off the master bedroom and a refitted family bathroom. A double storey extension with two bedrooms, lounge/kitchen and bathroom fits seamlessly on the side of the original house, offering a range of uses which could include making the current, already generous property into a substantial family home, accommodation for an extended family, an office from home, housing a dependent relative or an additional income opportunity. The possibilities are endless and you are strongly urged to view the property to fully appreciate all it has to offer.
Throughout, the property has been upgraded and well cared for with further benefits including gas central heated, double glazing and no onward chain.
A fifteen minute walk takes you into Thornbury with its pretty historic high street, modern shopping centre (St Mary's Centre), two large supermarkets and many smaller independent shops. There are excellent Junior and Senior Schools which are highly regarded. We have been proud winners of both Thornbury in Bloom and Britain in Bloom. A farmers market is held monthly, and the food fair is always welcomed. There are several well regarded restaurants including one at Thornbury Castle, also Ronnie's of Thornbury, and the Indian restaurant Romy's Kitchen, with Romy Gill as chef and owner. An annual Carnival is eagerly awaited by all, and there is an active musical theatre group, flower clubs, golf course, sports centre and walking groups. Thornbury offers easy access to both the M4 and the M5, Aztec West, Wales & The Cribbs Causeway