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- Great potential
- Quiet location and a superb plot
- No chain delays - move as fast as you can!
A detached 3 bedroom bungalow of spacious design that has hardly changed in the last 50 years but over those five decades has been a happy home with a lovely south westerly facing garden, well designed accommodation and a garage to the side.
While many bungalows are arranged around a dark narrow hall, one of the appealing features of this style of bungalow is the generous and so very inviting reception hall that creates an attractive introduction to the living space. The hall opens to all rooms including the superb living room that is arranged to overlook the private rear garden that is a further particular feature of the property with patio doors leading to a terrace and the lawns beyond.
The well proportioned kitchen also overlooks the rear garden and leads in turn to a lobby at the side which at several nearby bungalows, has been converted to a full utility room area. The lobby opens to both the front and rear, it has a walk-in storage cupboard and usefully, a door to the attached garage.
The bedrooms are all of good size with the smallest currently used as a dining room – study and the remaining double bedrooms affording plenty of space with the principal bedroom having fitted double wardrobes.
The bathroom and separate WC adjoin and, in many cases, the dividing wall has been removed to create a very roomy bathroom with space enough for a full suite including a separate shower if required.
Clearly there is considerable scope to enhance this property but less obviously, the loft area is vast and offers tremendous potential for conversion. Such conversions have been very successfully completed nearby and that is why these properties, which are unique to this part of Nailsea, always attract buyers of all age groups and needs.
Though quietly positioned in an established residential area of Nailsea, the town centre is no distance away. This part of the town is always very popular partly due to the close proximity to the large open parkland areas but also because of the ease of access to shopping and nearby schools. Walking to the High Street and Crown Glass Centre amenities including doctors, dentists, a leisure centre and gym, large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets is remarkably easy access.
For those travelling further, Nailsea offers good road connections to Bristol (8 miles), Clifton (6 miles) and the M5 with two junctions of the M5 less than 10 minutes drive away. In addition, a main line railway station stands on the southern edge of the town in neighbouring Backwell and offers local and Intercity services with direct trains to Bristol and London-Paddington.
The property is available without any chain delays allowing a move virtually as soon as suits, subject to contract in the usual way.
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