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An individual 4-bedroom, 2 bathroom chalet style house found in a lovely village like setting in Nailsea's historic Old Church area and offering almost endless potential to enlarge, improve and make your own. A 4 bedroom detached home found in a quiet and sought after no through lane in the ‘Old Village’.
The house is offered without any onward chain delay allowing a move as soon as you are able and this genuinely deceptive property offers 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom accommodation of ample proportions with a private level garden at the front and rear. There is plenty of driveway parking, but a private layby and an attached garage are advantages and the position is a joy in the peaceful Old Church area of Nailsea neighboured by a series of substantial individual houses and good quality detached bungalows.
The lovely setting on a quiet no-through road that becomes a bridle way is close to Hannah Moore Infants and Grove Junior Schools, The Grove recreation area and Cricket ground and picturesque open countryside on Morgans Hill just a minutes walk away. There are a series of local shops nearby, a ‘village pub’ and the historic parish Church is about 100 yards away with the medieval Tithe Barn a short distance past that. The town centre is also within easy reach either by car or nice footpaths.
Nailsea offers a wide range of amenities including large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets together with many other nationally known retailers and independent shops. In addition, there are good road connections to the larger centres in the area including the City of Bristol that is just 8 miles away with good public transport links and an excellent SUNSTRANS cycle route to Bristol and elsewhere too.
Within walking distance on the edge of Backwell there is a mainline railway station providing local and intercity services with direct trains to London – Paddington. Junctions’ 19 and 20 of the M5 are also both within 6 miles and Bristol Airport is also just over 6 miles distant, perfect for business and pleasure flights but Nailsea does not suffer from any low-level commercial air traffic noise.
The House and Gardens:
A half glazed front door opens to a vestibule porch which has a door to the garage and a further door that leads in turn to a very spacious L-shaped reception hall off which all main ground floor rooms are arranged.
A staircase rises to the galleried landing above. There is a built-in storage cupboard and doors leading to all ground floor rooms; the kitchen – dining room, the Living Room and to a Cloakroom with walk in shower, a large double bedroom with an aspect to the rear and a further single bedroom.
The Living Room is beautifully proportioned with a feature stone fireplace, French doors and a large picture window allowing an outlook over the pretty and very private south facing courtyard garden.
The very extensive dual aspect 20’3” x 13’ (6.17m x 3.97m) Kitchen - Dining Room overlooks the rear garden and offers plenty of space for dining together with a good range of wall and floor cupboards, all finished in Farmhouse Oak. There are ample work surfaces with the addition of a central island unit incorporating storage below. The 1 1/2 bowl sink unit is inset, and the surrounds are ceramic tiled. The kitchen includes an eye level oven with separate grill above, an integrated full size dish washer and tall fridge freezer. A door opens from the kitchen to the side of the property, allowing access to the rear garden.
The principal ground floor bedroom overlooks the rear garden and has lots of built-in wardrobe space. Next to the bedroom you will find a bathroom which includes a walk-in shower, W.C. and pedestal hand basin.
A second single bedroom is arranged off the reception and again takes advantage of an outlook to the south.
On the first floor a large open galleried landing has a built-in cupboard housing the hot water tank, while doors open to the bathroom and bedrooms.
The two bedrooms upstairs are very well balanced, and both are good double rooms with built in wardrobes and eaves storage space access doors in one.
The family bathroom on this floor is offers a spacious shower enclosure with a thermostatically controlled shower unit. Set within a vanity unit is a WC and a wash hand basin. The walls are fully tiled, there is a chrome towel rail radiator and a frosted window.
At the front, an attractive stone wall frames the garden with double gates leading into the block paved drive and ultimately the attached Garage. The garden has been cleverly screened to provide a high degree of privacy with a very pretty gravel and paved courtyard area that has a series of specimen shrubs to add colour. The Garage has a window to the side, a personnel door to the rear, plumbing for a washing machine, light, power and a workbench.
Gates on each side of the property lead around to the rear of the house. The rear garden has timber panelled fencing all around and is laid to gravel and paved areas. A lovely feature of the rear garden is the stunning view of Holy Trinity church tower away in the distance. Two original outhouses are also found here in the rear garden providing useful additional storage.