- An individual home of great character with lovely gardens in a prime area.
A unique individual detached bungalow offering charming accommodation of great character including a SUPERB 20'4" x 20'4" OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM and kitchen with bi-fold doors opening to the deck and rear garden. The living space is tremendously flexible and is enriched with many attractive features while the setting is ideal with the property standing in private level gardens of good size in a sought after mature avenue that is perfectly placed, away from through traffic but close to the best local schools, parkland, woodland and still within easy reach of the town centre.
The property is believed to originally date from the mid 1930’s though, in recent years the bungalow has been enlarged, updated and improved with a number of pleasing features of the period retained and married with contemporary fittings creating a very comfortable home that has been designed around the fabulous double aspect 'heart of the house' open plan living room and kitchen. The principal bedroom also enjoys access to the sun deck and rear garden with a further range of bi-fold doors allowing this room to be used as an additional reception room if fewer bedrooms are required. Alternatively for those seeking even more accommodation there is considerable potential for conversion of the roof space allowing a purchaser the opportunity to develop the property into an even more substantial home, subject to any necessary consents.
The gardens are further a feature of the bungalow offering good privacy at the front and rear with the rear garden and sun deck taking advantage of sunshine right into the evening.
Some of the finest individual homes in Nailsea can be found in this very well established, deservedly popular part of the town with many having been significantly extended over the years due to the popularity of the road. The parkland of Golden Valley and Scotch Horn is close by while Nowhere Wood and the town centre are little more than a 5 minute walk away.
Nailsea enjoys easy road connections to all major centres in the area including Bristol that is just 8 miles away. In addition, junctions 19 and 20 of the M5 are both within 6 miles and the main line railway station offering local and intercity services with direct trains to Bristol and London-Paddington is again within walking distance on the edge of the neighbouring village of Backwell.