- • A bright and airy living room
- • Great built in storage and built in wardrobes
- • A refurbished kitchen-breakfast room with built in oven, hob and dishwasher
- • Utility area
- • Two double bedrooms both with built in wardrobes
- • Bathroom with spacious shower
- • Gas central heating & uPVC double glazing
- • Private front and rear gardens
- • Drive and garage
- Move in as fast as you are able
At this very realistic asking price there are rarely any comparable two-bedroom bungalows available in Nailsea and certainly not within such easy walking distance of the High Street, health centres the Crown Glass Shopping Centre and the Mizzymead recreation centre with Bowls, Tennis etc.
Our client has already moved out and so there is nothing to slow the sale of this surprisingly spacious 2 double bedroom bungalow that is quietly placed and hidden away off Hazelbury Road a popular residential area a short distance to the south of the town centre but away from busy through roads.
The bungalow enjoys a good position and the handful of bungalows of this design are the most sought after in the development because they have their garages ‘on the plot’ rather than away in a separate block. The garage also serves to screen the bungalow from passers-by and so the front garden is virtually as private as the rear.
This area of Nailsea that is popular partly due to easy access to the wide range of amenities with well thought out footpaths leading to the pedestrianised shopping area where Waitrose, Tesco, Iceland, W.H Smith, Boots and many other nationally known retailers are placed. In addition, there is a good selection of independent shops, two health centres, dental practices, a leisure centre and a gym, banks and building society representation.
Nailsea offers good transport connections to Bristol (8 miles), Clifton (6 miles) and the M5 with two junctions of the M5 less than 10 minutes drive away.
In addition, a main line rail connection in neighbouring Backwell offers local and Intercity services with direct trains to Bristol, Bath, Filton Abbey-Wood and London-Paddington.
In recent years, the house has been updated with the kitchen having been replaced and the bathroom redesigned to include a spacious shower rather than a bath.
The double glazed and gas centrally heated accommodation comprises an entrance porch which is lovely and airy and opens to the comfortable living room that was designed to offer sitting and dining space and is almost square in shape making for easy furniture arrangement. The outlook from here is to the south over a very private area of garden and a door leads an inner hall.
The inner hall offers no less than 3 full height built in cupboards, one of the features of these bungalows is the natural storage space that has been incorporated into the design. Doors open to each room and there is a hatch to the insulated loft above.
The kitchen breakfast room includes space for a breakfast table, while a good range of fitted wall and floor cupboards are complemented by extensive roll edge work surfaces with ceramic tiled surround. A 1 ½ bowl sink unit is inset together with a hob with cooker hood provision above and a built under oven-grill. There is also space for a fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine with a porch utility space to the rear allowing room for further appliances and opening to the patio and garden.
The bedrooms are both double rooms and each has a built-in double wardrobe and a long drop window that maximises natural light. One of the rooms is currently used as a second sitting room as can be seen in our photographs.
The bathroom has been updated in recent years with a white suite by Heritage bathrooms comprising a spacious shower enclosure installed in lieu of the original bath, a pedestal wash basin and a close coupled WC with matching ceramic wall tiling, warm air vent, an electric shaver light point and a frosted uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
The property is approached via a driveway that provides parking and leads to the detached Garage with metal up and over door and a personnel door to the rear.
An area of lawn is arranged to the side of the drive with a block paved path leading via the side of the garage to the private area of front garden with a selection of shrubs offering screening.
The rear garden is fully enclosed with timber panel fencing and a further selection of shrubs and bushes that frame a paved patio area with a slightly elevated paved and gravelled terrace. There are more bungalows behind this property and so the aspect feels more open, you can see sky not windows and the garden is not overlooked.