For a great many years Thornbury has been viewed as one of the very best Bristol suburbs, the schools are considered excellent, the town centre has an old world charm that is sadly missing from other towns these days.
The High Street its self still boast the quaint Rutherford General store, this was Ronnie Barker's inspiration for Open All Hour.
He got the idea when filming The Worm That Turns in the 1970’s with Ronnie Corbett and Diana Dors.
The centre it’s-self embraces country life hosting many events such as the Boxing Day Hunt and the Munday playing fields Bonfire Night.
If you looking for a taste of country living with easy access to the city, look no further.
Early viewing recommended.
LoungeElectric fire with feature surroundings, double glazed window offering rear aspec view and door leading to the garden.
KitchenA range of wall and base units, stainless steel sink with mixer taps and tiled spash backs, tiled flooring, storage cupboard and double glazed window offering front aspect view.
Master BedroomLarge double bedroom with double glazed window offering rear aspect view.
Bedroom TwoLarge double bedroom with double glazed window offering rear aspect view.
BathroomModern two piece suite with sink basin, storage cupboard and bath tub with glass screen and overhead shower.
Seperate cloakroom with toilet.
EPC Rating - E