This characterful Grade II listed Georgian house sits in a tucked-away location off a no-through-road, yet it is within walking distance of Yatton Station and the conveniences of the very popular village of Yatton.

North Somerset Times: The light and airy kitchen/dining room is a highlight of the property

The six-bedroom detached property, named The Grange, is believed to date from 1760, and it has historical connections to cider production. The four-storey dwelling offers substantial, well-balanced accommodation and it is coming to the market for the first time in 24 years.

The entrance hallway makes a strong first impression with its elegant period staircase and flagstone floor, giving a further nod to the character features that lie elsewhere in the house. Two of the reception rooms have generous proportions, with tall sash windows flanked by working shutters. The sitting room has a wide stone fireplace and a flagstone floor under the carpet, while the second reception room has exposed wooden floors and would work well as a formal dining room. There is a good-sized utility room that leads to a large, vaulted cellar, with a flagstone floor, that could be used as a games or playroom.

North Somerset Times: A huge attic room/office can be found on the second floor

The light and airy kitchen/dining room is another highlight of the property, with a neatly tiled floor, Aga and a wood burner giving a real sense of country charm. A part-glazed door opens onto the enclosed courtyard garden.

On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms with lovely 12-pane sash windows, two further bedrooms and a family shower room. The principal bedroom benefits from an ensuite shower room.

A huge attic room/office can be found on the second floor. This impressive space is boarded and in years gone by served as a dormitory for the apple pickers during the two-week harvest period. The room is now used as a snooker/games room and offers extensive office space.

Outside, the charming courtyard garden is a perfect spot for alfresco dining and relaxing, and it has two outbuildings that, subject to the necessary permissions, could offer the potential to be used as a studio, workshop or home office space.

From the courtyard, a path leads to a lawned garden, enclosed by beech hedging with some trees and bushes. In the front garden, a wide lawn sits on one side and ample parking space on the other.

The Grange, Moor Road, Yatton

Guide Price: £1,050,000

Agent: Robin King

Agent’s Tel: 01934 876226