Take a tour of The Haven. Start at the top of the left-hand column, work down, and then up to the top of the right-hand column.
Being conveniently located on the edge of town, close to local amenities, The Haven is located in and accessed through a rather unassuming residential area of Wotton-under-Edge. But being perched on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment, the views beyond the residential facade lie in wait...
This is one of the views from the South View bedroom window, looking to the left. Ahead you would see Kingswood village, and beyond that, Bristol somewhere in the distance. Occasionally, a train glistens and flashes across the landscape. An endless source of interest and reflection.
Now you are inside The Haven. The white door is the entrance door from the "boot room" (which is shared with our own home). In the foreground is the sitting area, with stairs behind the sofa leading up to the first floor towards the right.
This shows more of the sitting and dining areas of the downstairs room. The kitchen area is to the left of picture, with a downstairs toilet room at far end (the white door just being visible).
Turning to the left of the above picture, one finds the kitchen area.
This shows the kitchen area in slightly closer view. The kitchen is equipped with a Bosch electric oven and gas hob, integrated dishwasher, fridge (with freezer compartment), and a microwave.
Turning to face the other way, back down the length of the downstairs room (with kitchen behind), one can see the sitting and dining areas. The dining table is extendable, and can double up as a work desk. A TV (with full access to hundreds of freesat satellite channels) is tucked away in the corner in front of the sofa.
Now back to entrance area, with stairs to the left, leading up to first floor, and with the kitchen and sitting areas visible to the right.
Just at the top of the stairs, the first floor landing is reached, with Hill View bedroom ahead, and with the bathroom to the right.
Into the Hill View bedroom, generously proportioned with a double bed and bedside tables, under Velux roof lights that brighten the room. Don't worry, the Velux windows are fitted with blackout blinds to keep out the light in the mornings.
This is a slightly different perspective within the Hill View bedroom, showing double wardrobe.
And turning the other way in Hill View bedroom, one can see the chest of drawers, and in the corner is a TV and DVD player. The TV has access to hundreds of freesat satellite channels.
Now leaving the Hill View bedroom, back onto the first floor landing looking back towards stairs. The South View room is ahead, and the bathroom is to the left.
From the landing and into the bathroom. The bath is conveniently positioned under a Velux roof window, so you can lie back and star gaze!
Looking the other way, one can see a separate, standalone shower.
Now we proceed into the South View bedroom. A double bed and a single bed are provided, so this bedroom can be used as a double, twin or even triple bedroom. The double glass doors at the far end reveal a first glimpse of the views beyond.
Moving further into the South View bedroom, showing the Juliet balcony with view beyond.
Still in the South View bedroom, looking back towards the landing.
Turning slightly to the left, still in the South View bedroom, still looking back towards the landing. An integrated cupboard can be seen, with hanging clothes rail inside.
Now let's go back to the glass doors, revealing more of the wide-ranging views. These doors open fully inwards, to let the outside in. Don't worry, a glass balustrade is there to stop you falling out!
And here is an example of the view from the South View bedroom balcony. The scene constantly appears to change, with the weather, the time of year and the time of day.
Another view from the South View bedroom balcony.
This is a view of the rear of The Haven, with the Juliet balcony window visible above. A small gravelled courtyard area outside is available for use by guests.