- Period and historic former vicarage
- Most recently used as a care home
- Substantial property with an abundance of rooms
- Beautiful grounds and ample parking
- Large single storey extension with scope for self contained apartment
- Picturesque North Somerset village at the foot of the Mendip Hills
Elegant period former Vicarage that in more recent times has been utilised as a residential care home for the elderly and is situated in the heart of this picturesque North Somerset village - Standing in beautiful mature grounds, this substantial detached property provides accommodation somewhere in the region of 5800 sq ft and provides great opportunity for a wide variety of buyers.
Despite having been a care home, the accommodation in the main still retains the character and feel of a private house, and subject to a change in planning permission for residential use could provide a substantial and comfortable home. Believed to have been built in the 1840's, the Old Vicarage is understood to have been considerably extended in 1883 by Vicar Jose who enhanced the property by adding the majority of the attractive period features that can still be seen today.
The accommodation is set over two floors and includes an abundance of rooms together with a large cellar and a very large single storey extension to one side which could be utilised as a separate teenage or granny annexe. Other uses that may be considered could be a quality bed and breakfast/guest house. The grounds are a particular feature and are largely retained by a natural stone wall and enjoy an abundance of mature specimen trees and shrubs together with sweeping lawns. To the side of the property and accessed from Front Street are substantial parking facilities.
Churchill can be found just off the A38 and fringes both the Chew Valley and Mendip Hills. This picturesque village enjoys village schools, public houses and Churchill Academy & Sixth Form which was rated as outstanding by Ofsted during their last inspection. For those looking to commute, the A38 offers easy access to Bristol Airport (6.4 miles) and Bristol City Centre (15 miles), with convenient motorway connections at Junction 20, 21 and 22 of the M5. Ideal for those who commute by train, since Yatton train station (4.9 miles) has frequent links to Devon and Cornwall one way and to Bristol Temple Meads and beyond the other.
This is the first time this beautiful period property has been offered to the market in 90 years, is sure to attract early interest.