A more individual 4 bedroom split level family home offering spacious accommodation of character in a superb south westerly facing setting, the premier close in the sought after Perrings area of Nailsea with a secluded, mature garden and the advantage of shared use of a private tennis court.
This location towards the southern edge of the town house is in so many ways ideal. There are broad areas of parkland close by, the town centre is a 15-minute walk away and good schools of all grades are all close by. In addition, Nailsea offers a wide range of amenities with a pedestrianised shopping centre, large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets, a gym and two health centres.
The SUSTRANS cycle network offers access to Bristol which is just 8 miles away, while road and rail services to the other larger centres in the area are good including a main line railway station in neighbouring Backwell which is also within easy walking distance.
The Perrings area of Nailsea is one of the most sought after addresses in the town with low density development that creates a real feeling of space. Cheddar Close has always been the premium close in the area and includes a hard tennis court that is exclusively available to the adjacent residents.
The House and Garden:
The generously proportioned accommodation is very easy to live with having two very short flights of stairs leading from the reception hall to the ground floor and the first floor.
The reception hall which has a built in storage cupboard also leads to the double garage and to the study or fourth bedroom that adds great flexibility to the arrangement of rooms, together with a good space to work from home.
On the lower ground floor a further hallway opens to the dining room, the kitchen breakfast room and to the attractive living room that is arranged to overlook and open, via patio doors, to the patio and rear garden.
The dining room is also arranged to take advantage of the outlook to the rear though the adjoining conservatory. The conservatory has been a great addition to the original accommodation and really draws the living space outside.
The kitchen breakfast room is a good size and is fitted with a full range of farmhouse oak finish wall and floor cupboards. The integrated appliances comprise an inset gas hob, a microwave oven, an eye level double oven – grill and there is a space for a dishwasher if required. There is also ample space for a breakfast table and the outlook is again to the rear garden.
Adjoining the kitchen there is a useful utility room with further fitted storage cupboards, a door to the rear garden and a door opening to the cloakroom.
On the upper floor the landing leads to the bedrooms and a spacious full bathroom with bath and separate shower. The bedrooms are again arranged to take advantage of the outlook to the rear garden with the principal bedroom having a shower room en suite.
To the front of the house a double drive provides parking for at least two cars and leads to the Double Garage with a pair of up and over doors, lighting, power and a personnel door to the reception hall.
The garden at the front sets the house back nicely in the close and is laid to lawn with a selection of established shrubs and bushes to one side.
A path and gate at the side lead past a garden shed to a patio area at the rear than in turn leads to a private deck area with the mainly lawned garden beyond. The rear garden is an attractive feature with a second paved patio adjoins the back of the house while a third terrace stands towards the bottom the garden.
The garden is fully enclosed with timber panel fencing and is well screened by a wide variety of specimen trees shrubs and bushes.