Approached by a long drive and enjoying distant views, Little Wain Wells is a well laid-out family home with excellent reception rooms over-looking the surrounding gardens and grounds. There is a large garage block with studio above. Paddocks and woodland. About 19.6 acres. EPC: D.
Little Wain Wells was built in a colonial style in the 1930's. The first owners were in the Foreign & Colonial Service and only three families have owned it since it was built.
The interior of Little Wain Wells is light with well-proportioned rooms arranged off a most welcoming reception hall. The sitting room and dining room both open on to a superb south facing terrace which spans the width of the southern elevation.
The stunning drawing room links to the David Salisbury orangery. Bi-fold doors open onto a raised deck, ideal for entertaining and taking full advantage of the west facing view across the lawns to the woodland.
The breakfast kitchen has bespoke units and central island with granite surfaces, integral appliances and Aga. There is access to the drawing room as well as the utility room which, along with the kitchen, leads to the gardens.
On the first floor all the spacious bedrooms are arranged off a central landing and take advantage of the lovely views over its land and woodland. Both the master bedroom and guest bedroom have a double aspect and en suite bathroom/shower rooms. The 4 remaining bedrooms have the use of the family bathroom and a separate shower room.
A substantial detached garage with store room, gardener's WC, generator room and a garden store. A 40 ft studio/offce is accessed via an internal staircase.
A hard tennis court is located in a private positon whilst the pasture is in three fields that lie either side of the drive.
Little Wain Wells is in an enviable setting and sits in the centre of its grounds. It is approached over a long and sweeping drive which is part tree lined and culminates at a turning circle. Little Wain Wells sits at the top of a ridge off ering panoramic views over Wraxall, Nailsea and as far as the Mendip Hills. The house is totally secluded in the centre of its land in a parkland setting, completely hidden from Cuckoo Lane and accessed over a long sweeping drive, only 6 miles west of Bristol.
Mainline railway station at Nailsea & Backwell (4 miles), Bristol Parkway (15 miles) and Bristol Temple Meads (9.2 miles) all providing direct trains to London Paddintgon from 90 minutes, Bristol Airport (7 miles). The motorway network is accessed via J19 of the M5 (4.5 miles).
Clifton Village (7 miles), Cribbs Causeway (10 miles), Cabot Circus (10 miles), Portishead (3 miles) and Nailsea (4 miles), both with high street shopping and supermarkets.