Strode Common, Alveston £675,000

Situated on the outskirts of Alveston, this detached individual family home has always caught my eye. It's a striking individual property, bursting with character and space- perfect for a family to grow into and make their own. Originally built in 1986, this versatile home is arranged over three floors, with stunning countryside views to the rear. The lower ground floor features a large double garage and undercroft storage with the addition of a carport and ample parking on the driveway. There is a welcoming entrance hall which allows practical access to a downstairs cloakroom and the stairs to the first floor. Double doors open into the comfortable sitting room, with elevated views and further double doors leading through to the dining room with glazed patio doors which open into the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room features a range of wall and base units, worktops, some integrated appliances and a social space for casual dining. A strong feature of this floor is the sun room which is accessed from the breakfast room. From here you are able to enjoy the garden in privacy and this room could lend itself to a number of uses - perhaps a further dining area/ games room/ study room/ hobby room or just simply a space to escape to when you want to relax and enjoy the garden view on those chillier days. From the first floor landing you can access the smart family bathroom, with a modern neat suite. There are four generous bedrooms, oodles of storage and an en suite to the master bedroom.

The gardens are beautiful, fully enclosed, established , with paved paths and patios meandering through. I really would be proud to entertain family & friends on those warmer days, Al Fresco style- all whilst enjoying the established trees, shrub and perennial borders - fully stocked and bursting with colour. There is a substantial garden room (complete with power & light), again ready for you to use to suit your purposes. 

This fantastic family home really should not be missed - don't just take our word for it- add it to the top of your viewing list. We look forward to sharing with you all it has to offer. 

Alveston is popular with families of all generations. There is a superb choice of outstanding schools as well as the leisure centre with gym and swimming pool in nearby Thornbury. Transport links along the A38 lead to the M4 and M5 motorway network allowing easy commuting to places including Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucester and London. Bristol Parkway Train Station is within easy reach giving a further choice of means of travel. Alveston is in South Gloucestershire, England, is a village, civil parish and former manor inhabited in 2014 by about 3000 people. The village lies about 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Thornbury and approximately 10 miles (16 km) north of Bristol. Alveston is twinned with Courville sur Eure, France. With a variety of small shops, several parks and fields, two churches and a Hyundai car dealership. Alveston is the gateway to the first Severn Bridge from the A38 road and from Thornbury. It is also the home of Thornbury Cricket Club and Marlwood secondary school. Just a short car journey away from Thornbury, with its pretty historic high street, modern shopping centre (St Mary's Centre), two large supermarkets and many smaller independent shops. There are excellent Junior and Senior Schools which are highly regarded. We have been proud winners of both Thornbury in Bloom and Britain in Bloom. A farmers market is held monthly, and the food fair is always welcomed. There are several well regarded restaurants including one at Thornbury Castle and the popular Hawkes House.  An annual Carnival is eagerly awaited by all, and there is an active musical theatre group, flower clubs and golf course,

Agents Note
Any reference to schools or school catchment areas contained within these particulars do not imply that places are available in those schools. Parents are advised to contact the Council or visit their website at to check availability of placements.

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