Draft details : floor plan to follow. A strikingly attractive individually designed detached house of quality enjoying a sought after position in the heart of the village with a superb southerly facing rear garden.
Light and spacious versatile accommodation arranged over 3 floors * entrance hall * sitting room * conservatory * dining room open to kitchen with Aga * utility room * cloak with wc * 4 bedrooms * en suite to master * family bathroom * separate shower room * ample parking and double garage * viewing essential *
DIRECTIONS: Travelling on the A39 to Marksbury from the direction of Bath at the end of the dual carriageway continue past the church on the left hand side and then turn right into the village, continue around the right hand bend and Polmear will be found on the right hand side.
Polmear is a most attractive individually designed detached house which was built in the late 1980's to an exacting standard. It has attractive stone faced elevations beneath a tiled roof with attractive dormer windows. It is cleverly designed to maximise the advantages of the plot which is of good size and enjoys a southerly facing aspect to the rear. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and although this is a modern property it has some character features including mullion windows, a minster fireplace with wood burning stove in the sitting room, an Aga kitchen which is open to the dining room and a most attractive double glazed conservatory. The accommodation is highly versatile being arranged over three floors with a bedroom, shower room and hallway on the ground floor above which lies the main reception accommodation of sitting room, conservatory, dining room and kitchen which can be accessed at garden level to the rear while on the upper floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Externally the property has a richly stocked rear garden which is of good size and compliments the house perfectly and has the advantage of a useful and sizeable garden store.
To the front the driveway is approached through double wrought iron gates and is brick paved which in turn leads to a double garage.
Marksbury is a sought after village location. Polmear has a desirable position in the heart of the village away from main road traffic and close to the popular village primary school and village hall. Marksbury is in the catchment area of Wellsway School at Keynsham and has a co-operative store and petrol station for day to day shopping while a wider range of amenities are available at the nearby town of Keynsham. The village is on the edge of the Chew Valley with its renowned recreational facilities and the cities of Bristol and Bath are within easy commuting distance.
In all a rare opportunity presents itself to acquire a property of character and quality but with the reduced maintenance associated with a modern dwelling, set in a pleasant village.
In fuller detail the accommodation comprises (all measurements are approximate)
Glazed entrance door and side screen leading to
ENTRANCE HALLWAY: A spacious introduction to the property. Staircase rising to first floor, wood flooring, radiator, corniced ceiling, large walk in cloaks cupboard. Ceiling mounted downlighters.
BEDROOM: 3.90m x 3.63m (12' 10" x 11' 11") Double glazed mullion window to front aspect, coved ceiling, radiator.
SHOWER ROOM: Double glazed mullion window to front aspect, radiator. Modern suite in white with chrome finished fittings comprising WC, wash basin with cupboard beneath and fully tiled shower enclosure with thermostatic shower. Heated towel rail and shaver point.
FIRST FLOOR (GARDEN LEVEL TO REAR)
HALLWAY: Double glazed mullion window to front aspect, wood flooring, double panel radiator, staircase rising to upper floor.
SITTING ROOM: 7.33m x 4.12m (24' 1" x 13' 6") Wood flooring, double glazed mullion window to front aspect. Corniced ceiling, two double panel radiators, minster style fireplace with wood burning stove, double glazed window to side aspect, glazed double doors and side panels leading to
CONSERVATORY: 4.0m x 3.28m (13' 1" x 10' 9") A most attractive feature of the property, the conservatory is hardwood framed and double glazed with a terracotta tiled floor, opening windows and glass roof. French doors lead to a paved terrace. Double panel radiator.
DINING ROOM: 3.92m x 3.64m (12' 10" x 11' 11") Double glazed mullion window, double panel radiator, corniced ceiling, wall mounted uplighters. Open to
KITCHEN: 4.61m x 3.54m (15' 1" x 11' 7") Double glazed mullion window to rear aspect, Karndean flooring. Furnished with an excellent range of wall and floor units with Corian work surfaces and tiled surrounds. Inset one and a quarter bowl sink unit with mixer tap, filter water tap, glazed display cupboards, wine rack, integrated dishwasher, built in refrigerator, royal blue oil fired Aga for cooking and hot water set in an attractive painted brick built surround. Ceiling mounted downlighters.
UTILITY ROOM: 2.61m x 1.56m (8' 7" x 5' 1") Fitted units to match kitchen. Circular bowl sink unit with mixer tap, floor mounted Myson oil fired boiler. Radiator. Double glazed window to side aspect, double glazed panel door to outside.
CLOAKROOM/WC: Double glazed window to side aspect, low level wc and corner wash hand basin with tiled surrounds, radiator.
LANDING: Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and fitted shelving, access to roof space.
MASTER BEDROOM: 5.79m x 3.99m (19' x 13' 1") Double glazed windows to front and rear aspects with far reaching views to the front. Double panel radiator, built in furniture including wardrobes, top boxes, dressing table and drawer storage and bedside cabinets (included in measurements). Two radiators, sloping roof line.
EN SUITE CLOAKROOM: Double glazed velux window, wall mounted uplighter, low level wc and wash hand basin with mixer tap. Radiator.
BEDROOM: 2.83m x 2.88m (9' 3" x 9' 5") Double glazed window to front aspect with views. Sloping roof line, built in wardrobe and bedside cabinet (included in measurements). Radiator.
BEDROOM: 3.86m x 2.81m (12' 7" x 9' 2") Double glazed window to rear aspect overlooking the garden, built in wardrobe and bedside cabinet (included in measurements), sloping roof line. Radiator.
FAMILY BATHROOM: Double glazed window. Sloping roof line. Modern suite in white with chrome finished fittings comprising low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, bath with shower screen and thermostatic over bath shower. Fully tiled walls and heated towel rail.
To the FRONT of the property double wrought iron gates provide the approach to the extensive brick paved driveway and parking area which is walled with railings to the front boundary. The driveway leads to the
DOUBLE GARAGE: 5.67m x 5.32m (18' 7" x 17' 5") Up and over entrance door with electric opener, power and light connected. Useful storage recess.
Side access leads to the
DELIGHTFUL REAR GARDEN: Approximately 19m (62') deep and 19m (62') wide This is an attractive feature of the property with a southerly facing aspect. Immediately to the rear of the house is a paved terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining in summer months, beyond which is a large level lawn with borders well stocked with shrubs and bushes and a number of specimen trees. At the far end of the garden is a further paved patio area with a prolific Wisteria adjacent to which is a useful OUTBUILDING 5.50m x 2.78m (18' 1" x 9' 1") Power and light connected.
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08 Jun 19: Marketed at £750,000
22 Jul 99: Sold for £289,950
01 Nov 96: Sold for £198,000