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  Townsend House is a charming period non listed family home with much scope and potential. The house is approached from the village down a quiet lane leading to a gated gravelled driveway. The handsome house built of local quarried Almondsbury stone which has beautiful honey and golden tones is surrounded by mature gardens mostly consisting of large areas of lawn and a mixture of specimen trees and shrubs. The gardens are a wonderful area for children as they are fully enclosed and give the house a true sense of seclusion whilst being in the centre of the village.
The accommodation is spread over three floors and enjoys fine views over the gardens and out towards the Severn Estuary. The main front door opens into a double drawing room with many period features to include two sash windows with working shutters, inglenook working fireplace and flag stone floors. The kitchen overlooks the rear courtyard and gardens and leads to the breakfast room and snug which has a large working wood burner, there is a door to the dining room again whith flagstone flooring. The two upper floors have five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large attic room running the full length of the house with potential for further accommodation.
Outside the property there is a large detached outbuilding currently used as a utility/store room this could be converted into an annexe or linked back to the main house.
The studio/office has windows and doors with power and lighting. The workshop adjoins this and again could be converted. The double garage has access to the rear garden with an adjoining carport/wood store, gardeners w.c, and brick built garden shed.

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