Elegant Edwardian home close to Clevedon Seafront

5 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | £695,000


  • Elegant Edwardian home
  • Five bedrooms
  • Plentiful living space
  • Period features
  • Driveway
  • Close to Clevedon Seafront

Built in 1904 'Westfield' is an outstanding Edwardian home originally constructed by the Elton family. The current family have loved this home for over 20 years and have maintained many period features synonymous with properties from this era.

The accommodation is designed over three floors. Upon entrance you are greeted by an initial porch and subsequent hallway providing access to the ample living space. At the front is the sitting room with a bay window and open fireplace, this then leads into the dining room and eventually the kitchen. The Kitchen is made by Timbercraft, a reputable company within the town and also includes an integrated fridge and freezer. There is additional family room to the rear which connects to a conservatory and subsequently the rear garden. There is also a downstairs cloakroom.

The five bedrooms are presented over the first and second floors. All of the bedrooms are very well proportioned and benefit from a wash hand basin. The principal bedroom enjoys built in wardrobes and an ensuite shower room. The first floor holds the family bathroom which was installed by Harry Powell, another local firm. All rooms to the front of the property enjoy an outlook towards woodland situated within the Clevedon Hall Estate, it's not uncommon to see wildlife roaming the grounds including deer and ducks.

As you approach the property there is a driveway and an low maintenance front garden. At the rear, the gardens are very well tended and offer a patch of lawn as well and mature bushes in addition to hardstanding areas for sitting and relaxing.

Old Church Road is an tremendously popular location at the foot of Clevedon hillside. From this position you are within walking distance of the town centre, seafront and Hill Road.

This wonderful home is something quite special.

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