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Priced to sell now and available without an onward chain, an attractive 4 bedroom detached family home of distinction. The house requires a bit of re-appointment but occupies a very good position with a south westerly facing rear garden of excellent size in this sought after development close to picturesque open countryside and still within easy reach of the local amenities including outstanding schools.
This substantial property affords well designed accommodation that is light and airy with all main rooms enjoying a double or triple aspect and arranged to take advantage of the outlook over the rear garden. The traditional reception hall has a cloakroom off and leads to a garden room at the rear which was part of the original, very appealing design. Double doors open from the hall to the well proportioned triple aspect living room with attractive low sill windows to the front and rear. The 26’ dual aspect open plan kitchen diner also overlooks the front and rear gardens and is equipped with a full range of integrated appliances.
On the first floor the bedroom sizes are well balanced, all rooms have built in wardrobes, three are double rooms and the single bedroom is of comfortable dimensions while, the principal bedroom leads to a shower room en suite.
A double drive and double garage are arranged to the side and the rear garden which is of good size, enjoys sunshine from late morning right into the evening.
The Elms is now well established and offers an attractive mix of impressive, high value homes with parkland and open farmland adjoining. This particular setting is also sought after because of the ease of access to amenities in nearby Nailsea with the town centre including the Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets less than a mile distant. Nailsea also offers a comprehensive range of amenities while, good schools of all grades are also available close by including the outstanding Golden Valley and St. Francis Schools. The facilities at Budgens in Wraxall are also within easy walking distance and The Old Farmhouse pub is an easy stroll away.
For the commuter good road connections are available to other nearby centres with the City of Bristol just 8 miles away. Junctions 19 and 20 of the M5 (both within 6 miles) allow easy access to the country’s motorway network and longer distance commuting is facilitated via the main line rail connection in the neighbouring village of Backwell with direct services to Filton/Abbeywood and beyond to Bath and London/Paddington (120 minutes).