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An extremely deceptive 2 bedroom home found in a quiet, established cul de sac with a charming south facing garden, a drive and large garden to the side and the advantage of being available without any onward chain delays allowing a move as soon as you are able.
This clearly much loved property has been carefully maintained and offers well-presented accommodation of very good proportions. All rooms are light and airy which is very much a feature of the properties here and the garden which is private is an ideal size.
The ‘front door’ at the side opens to a traditional reception hall with doors to the bedrooms, the bathroom and to the generous living room which offers ample sitting and dining space, an outlook to the front and a feature fireplace with a living flame gas fire inset. The hall also offers access to the large loft above.
The living room leads in turn to the kitchen that is well appointed that has been updated with a good range of wall and floor cupboards, plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine and a built in double oven, hob and cooker hood. The kitchen also enjoys lots of natural light with a large window overlooking the cul de sac.
The bedrooms are arranged to the rear and overlook the delightful garden. Both are double rooms and the design layout places the two rooms close to the bathroom that is just across the hall.
The bathroom has also been updated over the years and is tiled to complement the classic white suite that includes a panelled bath with an electronic shower over. In addition, there is a built-in linen cupboard.
To the front of the bungalow the garden that is laid mainly to lawn is enclosed by a low wall and an evergreen hedge.
The drive at the side provides parking and leads to the detached Garage 24’2” x 10’1” 7.36m x 3.08m that has a metal up and over door to the drive, light, power, a personnel door and window to the side.
A path and gate at the side of the property open to the rear garden where a sun patio adjoins the back of the bungalow and leads in turn to the lawn with shaped borders that are planted with an attractive variety of specimen shrubs and bushes. The garden is fully enclosed and screened by timber panel fencing and established hedging that combine to offer excellent privacy while taking advantage of the sunny southerly aspect.
Nailsea is the smallest of the four North Somerset towns, but the most conveniently placed for Bristol at just 8 miles from the city.
A good range of amenities are available including large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets, Doctors and Dental surgeries, a pedestrianised shopping centre with nationally known and smaller independent retailers, banks and professional offices. There is high employment and the schools are good or outstanding.
Though well placed for the commuter, Nailsea is surrounded by North Somerset countryside but with easy access to other major centres in the area and access to the SUSTRANS national cycle routes with a good conduit to Bristol and other destinations.
Junctions 19 and 20 of the M5 are less than 6 miles giving easy access to the country’s motorway network and a main line rail connection is available at Nailsea and Backwell Station with direct trains to Bristol, Filton-Abbeywood, Bath and London- Paddington.