Piercehay is immaculate, private and stands in beautiful landscaped gardens and grounds. Complementing the main six bedroom house is an orangery, garaging, swimming pool, tennis court and a paddock. A further paddock is available by separate negotiation. EPC: F.
Piercehay is an exquisite period family home, extensively renovated and enjoying unrivalled and elevated views of the Wrington Vale. Surprisingly, the property is not listed and provides a wonderful family environment, incorporating many period features and rooms that suit both family living and large-scale entertaining.
What sets Piercehay apart from many others is the quiet position, incredible far-reaching views from the house and the well-laid out configuration of the reception and bedrooms.
Piercehay is approached via secure electrically operated gates onto a carriage drive with a turning circle and spur off to the triple car garage. There are various linked stores including a workshop.
The Orangery is versatile and can be adapted for a myriad of uses and there is a changing facility behind to serve the swimming pool which is on a tiered lawn beyond the house. There is also a tennis court and wild pasture with a tree lined backdrop completing the curtilage of the grounds
Lot 2 - to the front and side of Piercehay there is a further 6.24 acres of pasture available by separate negotiation. The field has its own access from the village road.
Piercehay sits on the edge of the village of Wrington and within a conservation area. Situated on the lower slopes of Wrington Hill and with outstanding views with the church tower in the foreground and the backdrop of the Mendips, Wrington itself has a very strong community with its own church, post office store, garage and pubs.
Schooling in Bristol includes Clifton College, Clifton High School, Bristol Grammar School, Badminton and Queen Elizabeth Hospital School. There are numerous schools in Bath, Downside in Stratton-on-the-Fosse, Wells Cathedral School, Sidcot and Millfield in Street.
For sporting pursuits there are golf courses and many bridle ways over the adjacent land. The A370 provides links to Bristol's commercial centre and the M5. Direct rail travel to London is available from Nailsea and Backwell station approximately 6.6 miles distant and Bristol Airport approximately 3.8 miles distant has flights to many European and some long haul destinations.