- A fascinating 5 bedroom period property close to all amenities
- Available without any chain delays
Hidden away in plain sight, a substantial 5 bedroom detached character house occupying a very private setting and offering extensive, flexible accommodation with secluded gardens in a convenient level position close to the town centre amenities, good schools and nearby parkland. The house is so well screened that viewing is essential.
The property is believed to date from the late 18th Century and is thought to have originally been two cottages with later additions creating this sizeable family house that is available now for the first time since 1977. The present owners have enjoyed their home over the last four decades but now with their children having grown and moved they have decided to downsize to a nearby property having found this part of Station Road such an easy area to live in with virtually every amenity to hand.
The accommodation includes a conservatory style porch that opens to an entrance hall with a reception hall beyond. A bright and airy sitting room with period fireplace is mirrored by a larger living room again with a period fireplace and "wood burning stove", it is likely that these two rooms were the main rooms of the original cottages. The kitchen is generously proportioned and arranged to overlook the private rear garden with an adjoining dining room or family room and there is a utility and a cloakroom - shower room on the ground floor.
Above, the five bedrooms include a generous 17' x 12' principal bedroom that is large enough to partition and create an en suite if required (there is already a basin set in a vanity unit) while, both the family bathroom and the cloakroom - shower room have been updated in recent years.
The house is screened from Station Road by a local stone wall and a variety of trees and shrubs including a mature Silver Birch and a rare weeping Birch. A garden gate opens to a path to the front door and double gates open to the drive that provides parking and leads to the attached garage.
The rear garden enjoys a high degree of privacy and is fully enclosed. A broad sweep of lawn is framed by well stocked borders and a further variety of established trees and shrubs including a productive apple tree.
Several fine individual properties can be found in this part of the town and the Station Road area is very well established and deservedly popular. The parkland of Golden Valley and Scotch Horn is close by together with Nowhere Wood and the town centre and the highly regarded local schools are all within easy reach.
Nailsea enjoys easy road connections to all major centres in the area including the City of Bristol 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.