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A more mature 4 bedroom detached house offering really excellent living space and good energy efficiency set in the prime lane of the 'old village' with significant period village properties close by and near to open countryside.
The house enjoys improving views and affords well designed accommodation including 2 large reception rooms, a hall with cloakroom, a kitchen diner, a utility area, 3 double bedrooms and a good single room or study, a larger bathroom, a significant garage and secluded gardens. Good EPC rating of C.
This spacious family home has been cleverly extended since new creating a very well proportioned property with a degree of flexibility especially on the ground floor where the large original dining room may be used as a second sitting room or family room given the kitchen has doubled in size to form a kitchen – diner. However, there is still scope to enlarge further, as has the house to the right in our main photograph.
The house is set back from North Street and approached via a gateway and a good drive that provides parking for several cars and leads to the larger than usual garage at the side. The hall opens to the cloakroom and to the light, airy living room. The family room currently a formal dining room opens to the patio and garden and leads in turn to the 20’ kitchen – diner that also overlooks the rear garden.
Above, there are 4 bedrooms (3 are double rooms) and a bathroom while, the reference to *improving views relates to the view over Nailsea and Tickenham Moor which at the moment has a pylon and overhead cables in view. Work is being carried out now to trench the cables underground (see work happening in Engine Lane started Feb 2020) and in due course, the Pylons will be removed further enhancing this attractive quarter of the town where there is a nice variation of styles of properties.