- An outstanding fully renovated period cottage
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Those that visit will find a fabulous 3 bedroom late XVIIIth century ‘village cottage’ dating, we gather from about 1790 with later, extraordinarily well matched additions. The cottage has just been renovated and enlarged and the alterations have been carried out to an unusually high standard and with enormous flair.
Great care has been taken to enhance the character of the property with all new works blending with the original features and fabric of the building and so today the cottage presents extremely well and offers surprisingly spacious living accommodation and the added attraction of a lovely, professionally landscaped private garden of good size.
This delightful home is enriched with innumerable attractive features including exposed beams and natural stonework, a wood burning stove, a superb kitchen with vaulted ceiling and bifold doors to the attractive patio and landscaped garden.
The cottage presents beautifully with light neutral décor and good quality fixtures and fittings that combine to create a really lovely home that is ready to move straight in and start living.
The level setting in Silver Street, one of Nailsea’s oldest lanes, is well placed for the amenities of the town centre but away from main through roads. Nailsea offers a good range of facilities including a pedestrianised shopping centre, large Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, health centres, dental surgeries and a leisure centre with a Gym.
Nailsea is on a SUSTRANS cycle route with good access to Bristol, while for the commuter the city is just 8 miles away and there are good road connections and public transport services with regular buses to and from the town. In addition, there is a mainline railway station in the neighbouring village of Backwell with direct services to London – Paddington.