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A very roomy detached 3-bedroom family home found in a quiet, established cul de sac position away from any through traffic and close to picturesque open countryside on the Nailsea – Tickenham border. This is now an up and coming location with values appreciating due to the imminent (work has already started) removal of the Pylons in the fields to the west and the close proximity to picturesque open countryside.
The house has been loved and updated for at least the last 16 years since coming into the ownership of the current family and during that time there have been a number of well-chosen improvements that have enhanced the property and created a very comfortable home. The presentation both internally and externally is good, and the house offers the added advantage of having a larger than usual plot. The size of the garden allows scope for future extension to the rear if more space is ever needed.
The layout is very traditional with a level path to the ‘front’ door that is sheltered by a pediment with the path continuing via a wrought iron gate to the garden at the back.
The reception hall is of good size allowing space to greet visitors and park and turn say a buggy or a push chair. An easy straight staircase rises to the first floor with a built-in storage cupboard beneath. There are Georgian style glazed doors to the kitchen and living room and a classic panel door opens to a well-appointed cloakroom that has been refurbished in recent years.
The light, airy and attractive living room has a tasteful fireplace with a living flame gas fire inset, the usual TV points (Cable TV, superfast broadband and telephone also available) and a deep sill bow oriel window allowing an outlook to the front. This window in keeping with all windows and doors is double glazed and uPVC framed.
The living room leads via a double doorway to the separate dining room that is again well proportioned. At some properties of the same original design owners have closed the wide doorway from the living room and opened up the kitchen and dining room to form a large open plan space overlooking the rear. The existing dining room has double French doors and matching side screens to the patio and rear gardens while, a further door opens to the Kitchen.
The kitchen has a range of superior quality oak finish (paintable for the bespoke look) contemporary Shaker style wall and floor cupboards with plenty of worksurface, an inset sink, an inset ceramic hob and a built in double oven grill. A cooker hood is concealed above the hob, the surrounds are ceramic tiled, the floor is porcelain tiled and there is ample under worktop appliance spaces while, the outlook is to the rear with a further door to the garden.
The first-floor accommodation opens from the landing that is illuminated from the side by a window that also floods the stairwell with light. There is an airing cupboard and a hatch to the loft space.
The bedrooms are well balanced with two excellent double bedrooms especially the principal bedroom at the front. The second double enjoys an outlook to the hillsides of Tickenham away in the distance and the third bedroom includes a built-in storage cupboard – wardrobe.
The bathroom has been re-appointed, again in recent years with a spacious shower enclosure installed in lieu of the bath, (it will be straight-forward to reinstate a bath if required). The suite is white and complemented by ceramic wall tiling which is all natural and light as are the wall colour schemes throughout the house.
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