We believe this property presents a completely unique opportunity for the discerning buyer to enjoy living in a well arranged and spacious four bedroom home at The Elms for less than £450,000 - why, because to our knowledge this is the only four bedroom semi or end terrace house in this prestigious development.
The property was originally a 3 bedroom home with an unusually deep and wide plot allowing the addition of a very well matched full height extension to the side that was skilfully designed and constructed to be virtually indistinguishable from the original part of the building, a rare feat, particularly with such a relatively new house.
Since the extension was carried out the house has been extensively updated and improved with fixtures and fittings of a much higher quality that the original kitchen and bathrooms. The property is well appointed and finished to an excellent standard with great attention to detail. A roomy hall opens to both the living room and to a spacious cloakroom that has been refurbished. The bright attractive living room enjoys an outlook beyond the garden to the front in the very appealing location. The fully fitted kitchen - diner is equipped with a suite of built in appliances and plenty of storage together with a further concealed (under stairs) storage area. One further improvement that could if required be made in the kitchen is to add perhaps bi-fold doors from the dining end of the kitchen in lieu of the existing door and window but to be fair the kitchen is lovely and light as is and this alteration is certainly not any sort of necessity. Beyond the kitchen the very generous dining room - sitting room or family room takes advantage of a double aspect with a window to the front and French doors to the patio and rear garden that faces absolutely the right way with sunshine from morning until sunset.
If ever required the dining - family room could form the basis of a semi self contained annexe as there is space enough to add shower room/wet room to the side creating a spacious bed sitting room with en suite, subject to any necessary consents.
While mentioning potential, the massively spacious principal bedroom on the first floor was designed to have a shower room en suite and plumbing was, we gather, installed but is capped ready for installation. In our grey outline plan an en suite and dressing room are depicted to scale with the family bathroom fittings.
The remaining bedrooms are all of good size with two full double rooms and a good single room or study. The single is not inconvenienced by a stairwell bulkhead intrusion as is often the case in other designs and thus all of the floor area is fully useable. The family bathroom has been completely refurbished and includes a shower bath while, the house is fully double glazed with uPVC windows and door, the gas central heating system has also been overhauled with new high efficiency condensing boiler.
Outside, the house is approached over a long double drive with a neat garden to the front. A path and gate at the side lead to the rear where an extensive recently re paved patio adjoins the level private lawn that is enclosed by timber panel fencing.
The house was originally built by Bryant Homes a multiple award winning developer and it was offered with a full NHBC guarantee. The specification of the properties here at The Elms was always good though as mentioned this house is simply much better, however, the overall style of the property is certainly appealing and we definitely recommend the property to all who may be interested as another chance like this won’t come again anytime soon.
Of equal appeal will be the position, just a short walk from open countryside, a few yards from a national cycle route (commute to Bristol in about 40 minutes by bike), right on the border with Lodge Lane, Nailsea another premium address and just over a 10 minute walk to Nailsea High Street with excellent schools just as close by.
Nailsea offers a wide range of amenities including large Tesco and Waitrose super markets but Bristol is only 8 miles and other larger centres in the area include Clevedon, Portishead, Weston-Super-Mare and slightly further way Bath.
A mainline railway station is within walking or cycling distance in neighbouring Backwell with good local and inter city services including commuter trains to London Paddington. The airport is a 20 minute drive but Wraxall is not under any low level commercial flight paths excepting balloons from the annual Bristol International Balloon Fiesta each August that occasionally stray this way and end up landing in Golden Valley fields and The Millennium Park but the balloons are a great spectacle not a nuisance.