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An immaculate, fully modernised 3-bedroom home with a superb designer feel but real substance too. The recent improvements are comprehensive and include an excellent kitchen, an outstanding bathroom, a secluded landscaped garden, a very appealing ground floor layout, a drive and garage. Just amazing!
An ideal home in so many ways but especially for those seeking a beautifully presented property that is better than any new alternative given the layout, space, parking, quality of the fixtures and fittings, the carefully thought through design touches and the ease of access to amenities.
The safe, traffic free south facing position with a more open outlook to the front will be an attraction. The privacy of the back garden will be a joy and the convenience to the town centre, open parkland and schools are why this area of Nailsea is always in demand. The shopping centre is a 5-minute stroll away and the highly regarded secondary school is closer still, as are some excellent primary schools.
For the commuter, Bristol is just 8 miles away and is easily accessed by road, rail or bicycle on a mostly dedicated SUSTRANS national cycle route. Junctions 19 and 20 of the M5 are both within 6 miles and a mainline railway station between Nailsea and Backwell offers local and intercity trains with good services to Bristol, Filton-Abbeywood, Bath, Taunton and London-Paddington and further.
The House and Garden:
The pristine accommodation flows well and is accessed via a traditional hall with ceramic floor tiling (a theme that continues through to the kitchen), a feature radiator and built in storage cupboards and doors to both the kitchen area and to the living room.
The double aspect open plan living room creates a great feeling of space and is lovely and light with French doors to the garden at the rear and an open outlook to the south via a broad low sill window that fills the room with natural light. This light airy feel is repeated throughout and enhanced by the clean neutral decoration and fixtures and fittings such as feature radiators.
The spacious living room – both sitting and dining areas flow together - in turn leads to the well-appointed fitted kitchen with simple white contemporary style cabinetry, ample matching work surfaces extending to a peninsular breakfast bar, an integrated oven-grill, hob, chimney hood and plumbing etc. The outlook from here is to the landscaped rear garden and terrace while a doorway returns to the hall.
The stairs rise to the landing where more oak finished panelled doors open to the bedrooms and the exceptional bathroom that has been refurbished by real craftsmen who have designed a contemporary wet room style shower room with attractive fittings and contrasting oversize tiling. This room is another particular feature of the house.
The third bedroom is currently laid out as a dressing room but works well as a bedroom while the remaining bedrooms are both doubles with the larger being of really good size and enjoying an open outlook.
The garden at the front is easily managed and planted with a selection of slow growing bushes that add year-round colour. A path leads to the front door and to the side via a gate to the rear.
The flair for design does not end in the house but continues to the rear where the landscaping takes advantage of the natural contour with a lower slate bed terrace, areas of level lawn and a slightly elevated terrace that is retained by local ‘Nailsea stone’ which is hard to obtain and very appealing.
The rear garden enjoys plenty of sunshine right into the evening and is private. The garage is arranged to one side with a personnel door from the terrace. Wide double gates to the rear allow addition parking if required.