- Available without any chain delays
- Large garden with potential to extend
An expansive fully detached 3 bedroom family house set in a garden of excellent size allowing tremendous potential for extension, the addition of an annexe or perhaps a detached office at home. The house is already spacious and offers light and airy living space including a really attractive open plan living room and dining area that flows through to a fitted kitchen opening in turn to a full width conservatory. The property is available with the huge advantage of no onward chain delays, and we will be pleased to show you around.
This area of the town was developed in the late 1950s and early 1960s and so the houses are larger than most later similalry priced properties in Nailsea and the plots are bigger too. Though the layout is very comfortable, the design of the house lends itself to extension particularly given the extent of the garden at the side where a double garage could be built together with additional living space behind and possibly above to create a large 4-bedroom, 2 bathroom house that would still have a more than generous rear garden.
Cherry Road and the neighbouring roads and avenues are very well established and quietly placed away from any through traffic or areas of new development. The setting offers good access to Nailsea School and the amenities such as Tower House Medical Centre, The Crown Glass Shopping Centre and Waitrose which at 1/2 mile is barely more than a 10 minute walk away with Tesco a bit further off the High Street. Just past the school and near to Tesco there is also a Gym/Health Centre and the Millennium Park with Festival Way then connecting to the SUSTRANS national cycle network with access straight to Bristol (about 8 miles). In addition, there are a selection of local amenities closer to hand with several shops and highly regarded infant and junior schools.
Nailsea enjoys good access to the other centres in the area including Bristol. There is a mainline railway station within walking distance with trains to Bristol, Filton – Abbey Wood, Bath and direct services to London - Paddington.
The M5 can be reached via two junctions, 19 and 20 that are both within 6 miles and Bristol Airport is only a 15-minute drive away.
A porch canopy shelters the uPVC half glazed front door that opens to an entrance hall with a window to the side and parquet flooring which continues through to the very spacious living room and beyond to the dining area.
The living room is very appealing with almost full width double glazed windows flooding the room with natural light, while a period style feature fireplace is a lovely focal point with a living flame gas fire on a slate hearth. The living space flows through to the dining area that has wall to wall patio doors leading to the conservatory. The large full width conservatory really draws the accommodation into the garden and is extremely well proportioned, super space for entertaining with French doors to the patio and garden and plenty of opening windows.
The dining room also leads to the double aspect kitchen with a window to the side and a large square archway giving a feeling of space and also opening to the conservatory and overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen has ample floor and wall cupboards, an integrated fridge and freezer, a ceramic one and a half bowl sink, a Range cooker with gas hob and electric ovens and a separate electric hob as well. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher and a washing machine and there is also a wall mounted gas fired combi boiler.
Heading upstairs the landing that has a hatch and ladder to the loft and opens to the first-floor bedrooms and the family bathroom. There are two excellent double bedrooms, both having built in cupboards and Bedroom 2 has a quadrant shower enclosure with thermostatically controlled shower. Bedroom 3 has a built in single cabin bed and dual aspect double glazed windows that enhance the feeling of space.
The house stands in an exceptional plot giving the option of significant extension to the side and rear with space to build a double garage and accommodation above if required, (subject to the usual permissions).
Most ground floor rear extensions fall within Permitted Development Regulations and no longer require planning consent and Hensons can give further advice in this respect.
At the front the garden is bounded by a low brick wall and there is a rustic ‘5 bar gate’ opening to the drive that offers good parking to the front and side. There is a single Garage with fenced space at the side that could provide parking for a boat, caravan or a motorhome. An area of lawn is arranged to the front of the house with a series of trees and shrubs.
At the rear the lawned garden is bounded by timber panel fencing with a series of established shrubs and bushes. A full width patio continues to both sides of the house where there is significant space. The garden is pretty with raised stone and timber sleeper flower beds and a sizeable summerhouse set towards the bottom of the garden with a further paved terrace.