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Heathfield Way, Nailsea Guide Price £525,000 - £575,000

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  • Great parking
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  • Space & sunshine
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  • The annexe
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  • Garden view
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  • To the patio
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  • and to the patio
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  • Reception hall
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  • Bedroom 1
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  • Bedroom 3
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  • Bedroom 4 - study
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  • Outstanding bathroom
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  • Well appointed
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  • The garden offfice and 'garage'
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  • Working at home?
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  • The outlook
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  • Amazing space
  • Remarkable garden
  • Eceptionally convenient position
  • Viewing essential

A well presented individual 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 3 reception room home with an exceptional garden, a detached garden office and a ‘garage’, the advantage of planning permission to extend and so well placed in a quiet, level avenue close to the town centre.

Highly Recommended.

We are very pleased to be offering you the opportunity to acquire a significant individual detached single level home found in a quiet, established setting that could hardly be better placed for the amenities of central Nailsea but does not suffer from any passing traffic. 3-4 double bedrooms (one is currently furnished as a study), 3 reception rooms with a superb open plan kitchen-diner family room, 2 bathrooms including a fabulous full family bathroom, a detached home office and a ‘garage’ workshop’ together with a fantastic private level garden facing south and west – perfect.

The bungalows and houses in Heathfield Way are always in demand, partly because of their well designed layout but also because of the tremendously convenient location that will suit all potential buyers being well placed for all amenities including Golden Valley School and Nailsea School, while closer still to the High Street and Town Centre Shopping, Health and leisure centre, Bistro’s Cafés restaurants.

The neutrally decorated and very attractive living space is extremely versatile having been professionally enlarged and updated in recent years with good attention to detail and higher quality fixtures and fittings. The accommodation includes a lovely open plan kitchen – diner – family room and a generous separate living room with both rooms arranged to take full advantage of the outlook over the broad patio and the garden, which is a particular feature, and bathed in sunshine right into the evening. There is a utility area, the bedrooms are well balanced and bathing facilities include a shower room and a very well appointed fully tiled family bathroom with a large wet room style shower area, bath, bidet and WC.

Planning permission exists to add further first floor accommodation if required and the size of the plot would equally suit an even larger house if that potential was realised.

The additional feature at Number Eight is the detached ‘Garage – Workshop’ and the adjoining home office that stand at the bottom of the garden. With 1gb broadband readily available in Nailsea serious working from home/consulting is entirely feasible and a short walk to work down this garden would certainly be a very agreeable commute and make huge fuel savings too. This building obviously also offers other options, perhaps as an elaborate home Gym or Cinema, or a detached annexe whether extended further or not, or even an income generating holiday L+et, a la Air B&B or longer term let. We have clients doing very well with annexes elsewhere in the town with demand for all types of rental including vacation and business Lets constantly exceeding the supply of available property.

The ‘house’ and gardens
Walking through the front door from the smart block paved full width drive the entrance hall opens to a lovely open reception hall that immediately conjures a sense of space, this feeling is not lost as you continue through the bungalow with double doors to you left leading through to the living room.

Here the proportions are very good and enhanced by the bright double aspect with the principal outlook being to the rear where full drop sliding doors open to the patio and gardens and draw the eye far away across the lawn to the west. A traditional chimney breast and open hearth fireplace are an additional focal point in the room.

The kitchen-dining-family room extends to over 21’ x 14’ (6.49 x 4.36m) and enjoys the same superb outlook to the rear. The kitchen area is fully fitted with an excellent range of high gloss wall and floor cabinets with ample worksurfaces. A full-size range cooker is framed by an LED illuminated archway feature creating a centre piece to this room. There is a one and a half bowl sink, an integrated dishwasher, a fridge freezer, an integrated dishwasher and an integrated fridge. At the rear a door leads to a utility area with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier and a door to the side of the property. A further door leads from the utility area to the shower room - cloakroom W.C.

Returning to the far side of the hall which separates the bedrooms from the living rooms nicely there are three double bedrooms to the front, two of which have built in wardrobes. A further room measuring 11’ x 8’ (3.45m x 2.65m) is currently used as a study has also been used as a double room in the past.

The fabulous full family bathroom has been redesigned and refurbished by a renowned local plumbing and heating specialist of very good reputation and is beautifully designed having been fully tiles to complement the contemporary white suite and the attractive and particularly spacious easily cleaned and maintained trayless shower area with a large hinged laminated glass screen perfect for family showering or for those with mobility difficulties. The bathroom is in fact large enough to traverse in a wheelchair if required.

Outside:
At the front the property provides ample parking for several vehicles and leads via a wrought iron gate to the rear with storage space along the side of property. The south and west facing garden is simply a delight, it’s size lends itself perfectly to the most serious gardener or it would be perfect for families since the present layout is easy to manage with a broad sweep of level lawn which will work very well for a large trampoline if you wish.

A superb patio spans the rear of the bungalow and from here you might enjoy the sun and summer evening sunsets too with timber panel fencing, established hedging and a charming ancient Nailsea Stone wall forming the majority of the south boundary.

At the rear of the garden the current owner has built a fully insulated home office with light, power and water drainage together with an adjoining ‘garage’ - workshop. This multi-functional building is divided into two but could easily be changed into one larger space and is finished with an attractive veranda.

Nailsea:
North Somerset smallest town offers a wide range of facilities including a pedestrianised shopping centre, large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets. Good medical practices with two large doctors’ surgeries and a selection of dental practitioners. The schools are very popular and there are frequent public transport services including a mainline railway station with direct trains to London-Paddington. In addition, good road connections are available to larger centres in the area with Bristol just 8 miles away and Nailsea is on the SUSTRANS national cycle network route with direct access to the City.

The M5 motorway offers two junctions within 6 miles at Clevedon and Portishead -Gordano. Bristol airport is also within easy reach, perfect for business and pleasure travel but Nailsea is not under any low level air traffic lanes.

Local leisure prospects are good and varied with numerous clubs such as Tennis, Badminton, Bowls, Cricket, Football and Rugby all well supported. A gym and leisure centre is about ¼ mile away next to the Millennium Park and other parks together with picturesque open countryside and the grounds of Backwell lake area all nearby.

Services & Outgoings:
All mains’ services are connected. Full gas central heating through radiators with a regularly serviced high efficiency boiler. uPVC Double glazing. High speed broadband services are available including Superfast cable broadband (1gb downloads available), TV, and telephone services. Council Tax Band D. £1,745.69 payable 2022/2023 before any discounts are applied. Discount is claimable from North Somerset Council.


Heathfield Way
Nailsea BS48 1ED
County: North Somerset
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: AHN15595

The ‘house’ and gardens:

Walking through the front door from the smart block paved full width drive the entrance hall opens to a lovely open reception hall that immediately conjures a sense of space, this feeling is not lost as you continue through the bungalow with double doors to you left leading through to the living room.

Here the proportions are very good and enhanced by the bright double aspect with the principal outlook being to the rear where full drop sliding doors open to the patio and gardens and draw the eye far away across the lawn to the west. A traditional chimney breast and open hearth fireplace are an additional focal point in the room.

The kitchen-dining-family room extends to over 21’ x 14’ (6.49 x 4.36m) and enjoys the same superb outlook to the rear. The kitchen area is fully fitted with an excellent range of high gloss wall and floor cabinets with ample worksurfaces. A full-size range cooker is framed by an LED illuminated archway feature creating a centre piece to this room. There is a one and a half bowl sink, an integrated dishwasher, a fridge freezer, an integrated dishwasher and an integrated fridge. At the rear a door leads to a utility area with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier and a door to the side of the property. A further door leads from the utility area to the shower room - cloakroom W.C.

Returning to the far side of the hall which separates the bedrooms from the living rooms nicely there are three double bedrooms to the front, two of which have built in wardrobes. A further room measuring 11’ x 8’ (3.45m x 2.65m) is currently used as a study has also been used as a double room in the past.

The fabulous full family bathroom has been redesigned and refurbished by a renowned local plumbing and heating specialist of very good reputation and is beautifully designed having been fully tiles to complement the contemporary white suite and the attractive and particularly spacious easily cleaned and maintained trayless shower area with a large hinged laminated glass screen perfect for family showering or for those with mobility difficulties. The bathroom is in fact large enough to traverse in a wheelchair if required.

Outside:
At the front the property provides ample parking for several vehicles and leads via a wrought iron gate to the rear with storage space along the side of property. The south and west facing garden is simply a delight, it’s size lends itself perfectly to the most serious gardener or it would be perfect for families since the present layout is easy to manage with a broad sweep of level lawn which will work very well for a large trampoline if you wish.

A superb patio spans the rear of the bungalow and from here you might enjoy the sun and summer evening sunsets too with timber panel fencing, established hedging and a charming ancient Nailsea Stone wall forming the majority of the south boundary.

At the rear of the garden the current owner has built a fully insulated home office with light, power and water drainage together with an adjoining ‘garage’ - workshop. This multi-functional building is divided into two but could easily be changed into one larger space and is finished with an attractive veranda.

Nailsea:

North Somerset smallest town offers a wide range of facilities including a pedestrianised shopping centre, large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets. Good medical practices with two large doctors’ surgeries and a selection of dental practitioners. The schools are very popular and there are frequent public transport services including a mainline railway station with direct trains to London-Paddington. In addition, good road connections are available to larger centres in the area with Bristol just 8 miles away and Nailsea is on the SUSTRANS national cycle network route with direct access to the City.

The M5 motorway offers two junctions within 6 miles at Clevedon and Portishead -Gordano. Bristol airport is also within easy reach, perfect for business and pleasure travel but Nailsea is not under any low level air traffic lanes.

Local leisure prospects are good and varied with numerous clubs such as Tennis, Badminton, Bowls, Cricket, Football and Rugby all well supported. A gym and leisure centre is about ¼ mile away next to the Millennium Park and other parks together with picturesque open countryside and the grounds of Backwell lake area all nearby.

Services & Outgoings:

All mains’ services are connected. Full gas central heating through radiators with a regularly serviced high efficiency boiler. uPVC Double glazing. High speed broadband services are available including Superfast cable broadband (1gb downloads available), TV, and telephone services. Council Tax Band D. £1,745.69 payable 2022/2023 before any discounts are applied. Discount is claimable from North Somerset Council.


Heathfield Way
Nailsea BS48 1ED
County: North Somerset
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: AHN15595

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