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An extremely comfortable 4 bedroom detached (3 full double rooms) family house found in a south facing setting within this sought after Trendlewood area close. The accommodation is very well presented and has been attractively updated with a very generous living room, an outstanding conservatory style family room, a well-appointed kitchen and many more attractive features including a superb private rear garden.
Spindleberry Grove is an always sought after cul de sac in the very desirable BS48 One postcode area. The setting is well established with the close adjoining an area of parkland. There is also access to Festival Way, part of the SUSTRANS National Cycle Network that also serves as a footpath to the town centre and the nearest school, Golden Valley which has an outstanding OFSTED rating.
Nailsea is well served with a good range of amenities including large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets. There are also good health care facilities, and the Scotch Horn Leisure centre has a Gym. There is also good access to Bristol by road or cycle way and the mainline railway station is within walking distance and is ideal for commuting to Bristol, Bath and London – Paddington among other destinations.
The house is well designed and the accommodation is beautifully presented with light, neutral decoration throughout, the living space is well arranged and has been tastefully updated in recent years creating a lovely family home of excellent proportions.
A composite front door opens to the reception hall that has a staircase rising to the first floor and a door opening to the superb double aspect living room. There is a more open outlook to the front and with a feature broad bow window, while French doors open to and allow an outlook through the family room to the rear garden. A door also opens to an inner hall that allows access to the remaining ground floor rooms.
The outstanding almost 24’ (7.3m) conservatory style family room really takes the living space into the garden and serves as a combined sitting room and dining area with doors from both the living room and the kitchen.
The flooring is oak and there are further doors to the side and to the patio and lawn that are flanked by low sill windows that allow an attractive outlook.
The kitchen is very well appointed having been completely refurbished in recent years with a full range of contemporary Shaker style wall and floor cupboards including glazed display cabinets. The extensive work surfaces have a double bowl sink inset together with a ceramic hob that has a concealed cooker hood above and a built under double oven – grill. There is an integrated fridge and freezer and plumbing was installed for a dishwasher if ever required. The outlook through the family room is to the south facing garden and a door returns to the inner hall.
The cloakroom off this hall has been updated in recent years and the door to the garage gives easy access to the utility space and at the back of the garage with plumbing for a washing machine and a wall mounted gas boiler.
On the first floor, the landing leads to the four bedrooms and to the spacious family bathroom that has also been updated with a classic white suite that includes a bath and a separate shower enclosure.
The principal bedroom is unusually spacious and there is potential to create an en suite shower room if required by partially using the space that is currently a built in wardrobe. The outlook from here is to the front and is more open with the wooded hillsides of Wraxall away in the distance.
Both the second and third bedrooms are ample double rooms, one enjoying an outlook to the front and the other overlooking the rear garden and taking advantage of a more open and very verdant outlook.
The last bedroom is an unusually large single room with a deep recess suitable for bult in wardrobes.
The garden at the front is laid to lawn with colourful floral borders and a drive that provides parking and leads to the Integral Garage that has a metal up and over door, light, power, utility space to the rear, a personnel door into the house and a wall mounted gas central heating boiler.
A path and gate at the side of the house follow around to the sandstone paved sun patio again joining the conservatory family room. The patio gives way to the level lawn that is completely private, south facing and enclosed by timber panel fencing and established hedging and trees that form a lovely back drop with a gate at the bottom of the garden opening to Festival Way.