The approach to the house is along a gravel driveway with herbaceous borders and mature copper beech tree with a lawned garden and parking with access to a spacious double garage.
Once inside the initial hallway gives access to a laundry room and separate WC. A door leads to the main hallway which provides access to the living room, study and kitchen diner. The living room is spacious and light with its dual aspect windows and is opened up onto the dining room. The dining room overlooks the garden to the rear with double doors opening up onto the sunroom. The kitchen diner is fitted with modern wall and floor units with worktop, inset sink, integrated double oven, electric hob, double fridge and dishwasher. Space here for a breakfast dining table and a door leads to the utility room, housing the boiler, with a further glazed door leading to the sunroom. The sunroom is a relaxing place to sit and take in the far reaching views across the garden with doors leading out onto a patio area. You will also find a study/office room at this level.
To the first floor you find four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom one is a good size double room to the front aspect with exposed ceiling beam and an ensuite shower room with WC and walk-in wardrobe. Bedroom two is another good size double room to the rear aspect again with exposed ceiling beam and an additional dressing room or study area which provides glorious views. Bedroom three is a smaller double room and bedroom four a good size single room. The bathroom is fitted with bath, walk-in shower, washbasin and WC.
Externally the plot extends to 0.4 acre and has a due south aspect. With the elevated location it provides beautiful far reaching views across rolling surrounding countryside. Outside of the house is a stone laid patio seating area with steps leading down to a lawned garden area. The garden is bordered by hedgerow and as you walk along you enter through further hedgerow into another garden area with a lovely seating area to appreciate the view, vegetable bed, wooden shed and greenhouse. To the side aspect the driveway extends through a wooden 5-bar gate to the double garage providing additional parking and turning circle.
Tunley is a small hamlet situated on top of one of the seven ridges of hills just 5 miles to the south west of Bath. The location provides it with glorious far reaching countryside views in all directions. Bristol is also within easy commuting distance and the cathedral city of Wells is also only a short drive away. The hamlet does provide the acclaimed King William public house and nearby Timsbury and Peasedown St John offer a variety of shops, schooling and a further wider range of supermarkets are available in Midsomer Norton, Radstock and Bath. You are also a short drive from the stunning Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with Chew Valley Lake.
There could be £28,750 Stamp Duty payable upon completion.
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