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Huge demand and a sale agreed by Hensons in 24 hours - A particularly fine 4-bedroom, 4 reception room detached family home affording exceptionally well presented accommodation and standing in an outstanding setting that offers a real feeling of space with beautiful mature gardens and lovely views to the south over the adjoining open countryside.
The property was originally built in the mid 1980’s and the present owners, who have been here since new, chose this particular house from the selection of premium properties available at the time because of the best in class position, the views and the extensive gardens. From the outset, Bucklands View, which exclusively comprises some 30 four and five bedroom detached houses, has been considered to be one of the premier addresses in the town and without exception there are no better located modern houses in Nailsea or at The Elms, Wraxall.
Over the years this clearly much loved family house has been carefully maintained, updated and improved creating a very comfortable home that is offered in pristine decorative order with neutral colour schemes and a very light, airy feel which is a credit to the original architect. The beneficial changes that have been made to the house over the years have been completed with great attention to detail and the impression of space is immediate given the generous and very inviting reception hall that opens from a good roomy porch and features a traditional half return staircase that rises to the galleried landing above. The living room takes advantage of a double aspect with an attractive outlook to the front and patio doors leading to a terrace with the beautiful rear garden and views beyond. The dining room is perfectly proportioned and similarly enjoys the views via a very worthwhile P shaped David Salisbury style conservatory that really draws the living space into the garden and valley beyond.
The kitchen breakfast room (with an adjoining utility room) once more overlooks the rear gardens and the valley and is equipped with a full range of solid oak, traditional joiner made cabinets.
From the hall there is also access to a cloakroom and an ample study that is large enough to use as a ground floor bedroom if ever required. The landing leads to the bedrooms which are all double rooms and the family bathroom with the principal bedroom having a further bathroom en suite.
The photographs in this brochure can only begin to give an impression of the delights of the gardens with the front garden framing a pair of beautiful flowering Cherry trees and the rear gardens stretching away from the house towards the adjoining open countryside and allow views beyond across the valley to the wooded hillsides of Wraxall, Flax Bourton, Backwell and Brockley away in the distance.
Situation and Communications
Bucklands View is a quiet no-through road that meanders attractively along the hillside on the southern edge of Nailsea. Every house here stands in a generous plot and the space around the properties is a factor that has always ensured high demand for the properties whenever they have become available.
Nailsea offers very good schooling of all grades with two infant-junior schools within easy reach and the secondary school which is on par with Backwell according to the latest OFSTED results is less than a mile away in the town centre (Backwell school is an option and is a similar distance away). For the commuter easy road connections exist to all major centres in the area including the City of 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 in the neighbouring village of Backwell (within walking distance) facilitates longer distance commuting.
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