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Standing quietly in a sought after cul de sac at The Perrings, an impressive detached 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom bungalow with 2 well-proportioned separate reception rooms, an en suite shower room and a bathroom. The bungalow needs a bit up updating here and there and a bit of finishing off but is priced accordingly.
The handful of bungalows of this design in The Perrings were built by the same award-winning developer, Comber Homes that built the bungalows in nearby Harptree Close off Morgans Hill. These bungalows offer the same footprint and net square area and while a bungalow there recently sold at £495,000 the owners of this property appreciate the need to price it realistically to allow the intending buyer to carry out the necessary updates such as a new kitchen, bathrooms and some decoration and soft furnishings.
At this price more than enough allowance has been made and so the property offers a tremendous opportunity for those in search of a comfortable single level home of attractive, more individual design that can be personalised to suit without the risk of over improving for the location.
The Perrings has for over 40 years been one of ‘it’s nice there’ addresses in Nailsea and this property enjoys a level plot, away from busy roads and through traffic but still close to the picturesque parkland and the fabulous views on the southern edge of the town.
The hub of the “old village” is close by with a selection of local shops, a pub, The Grove Cricket club ground, the medieval Tithe Barn and the historic parish church. The town centre is also within easy reach and there is a wide selection of shops with a pedestrianised shopping centre, large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets, health centres, banks and a library are available.
Close by there are some lovely walks over open countryside and for the cyclist Nailsea is on a SUSTRANS cycle route. In addition, for those wanting to travel further afield there is a main line railway station between Nailsea and Backwell providing services to Bristol, Bath London-Paddington and elsewhere. Good road connections are available to and from Nailsea with Bristol is just 8 miles away and two junctions of the M5 are within 6 miles.
A double-glazed front door and side screen lead into a porch that has a further door opening to the reception hall.
The reception hall offers good greeting space and opens to the reception rooms, the kitchen and via a further door to the inner hall that nicely separates the bedrooms from the day to day living space. A useful full height hall cupboard provides storage.
The double aspect living room is of good size and is light and airy. A faux fireplace and chimney breast has matching side plinths but if that feature does not appeal it can be removed without major structural alteration.
The dining room has an almost wall to wall window that yields plenty of natural light and overlooks an extensive patio area at the side of the bungalow which continues to the rear garden.
A well-proportioned wide galley kitchen is always easy for the chef of the household but there is also space to perch on a stool and have a chat while sir or madam cook. The outlook from here is to the patio and a door opens to the garden. There is a built-in eye level double oven-grill, an inset hob and cooker hood provision while the extensive worktops also have a 1½ bowl sink unit inset. Ina addition, due to the layout of the bungalow there is space to extend the kitchen and incorporate the dining are to create a large open plan room that would open to the patio and garden.
The inner hall has a deep built in airing cupboard with shelving and leads to the three bedrooms all of which are currently furnished with double beds including of course the principal bedroom. here there are fitted open front wardrobes and storage cupboards, an outlook to the rear and an en suite shower room with a genuine Pampas (not Avocado) suite and more importantly a window to the side.
The bathroom has a rarer blue suite and ready for refurbishment much of the particularly unattractive original wall tiling has been removed which is a blessing and will save a lot of work.
A block paved driveway provides parking and leads to the integral GARAGE with an up and over door, lighting, power and a personnel door that opens to the hall.
The garden at the front has been designed for ease of maintenance with gravel and a selection of specimen trees, shrubs and bushes.
A path and gate allow access via the side of the bungalow to a broad paved patio area that continues to the rear where another patio stretches all the way across the rear elevation. The rear garden is level and laid to lawn flanked by floral borders with a further variety of shrubs and bushes while the whole garden is enclosed by timber panel fencing and a garden shed stands to one side.