- 5 very comfortable bedrooms
- Geneorus private level gardens
- Beautifully balanced living space
- Quiet mature setting
- Well placed for schools and the town centre amenities
- Cul de sac position adjoining picturesque open countryside
- Available without any onward chain delays - move in for the enw school year, subject to contract.
A generously proportioned, more mature 5 bedroom family house of excellent dimensions offering 3 excellent double bedrooms and a pair of good single rooms found in an attractive, established cul de sac that adjoins pretty open countryside while still well placed for all amenities.
The house offers outstanding accommodation including a bright and airy living room that opens to an ample double aspect dining area, with a door out to the sunny patio area in the rear garden. The spacious dual aspect kitchen breakfast room has a large picture window giving plenty of natural light and a further glazed door stepping out into the rear garden.
The house enjoys an excellent position set away from any busy roads which is one of the reasons that so many of the owners of properties in Yeomead have chosen to extend rather than move over the years. That factor is always indicative of a good location. The design of the three, four and five bedroom properties are all bright and airy with lots of daylight and virtually every house offers a good, mature garden. In addition, the close is very well placed for the top-rated local infant – primary school at Golden Valley and still within easy reach of St. Francis School, Kingshill Junior School, Hannah Moor and The Grove with Nailsea School also barely more than a 5-minute walk away in the town centre. The town centre is well placed in relation to the property and there is parkland close by and Nailsea offers a wide range of facilities with two health centres, leisure centres, a gym, a pedestrianised shopping centre, large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets.
There are very good connections for the commuter to all major centres in the area with Bristol only 8 miles away. 2 junctions of the M5 are within 6 miles and a mainline railway station between Nailsea and Backwell ( a ten minute cycle rise away) offers good rail services including direct trains to London-Paddington.
The well-designed living space comprises a porch and reception hall with doors off the living room and the kitchen. The porch offers the perfect space for shoes and coats allowing you to make the most of the size of the reception hall.
The living room is very appealing with an outlook to the west over the extensive garden at the front. A pair of sliding doors open into the dining room allowing a more open plan living style.
The dining area allows a view out over the private rear garden with a large window and a door stepping out onto the patio.
The spacious kitchen breakfast room is very well appointed and arranged to overlook the private rear garden with masses of space for appliances including a full size American style fridge freezer. There is a good range of fitted wall and floor cupboards, ceramic tiled surrounds. The kitchen breakfast room also has a door opening into the integral garage that is large than usual, could easily be converted into another reception room, if required. A lobby leads to the cloakroom - WC and to the rear garden.
The space downstairs is clearly very comfortable but there is even more room above.
The bathroom offers has been redesigned as a wet room with a walk in shower area though, a bath could be reinstated, equally the fifth bedroom could be converted to form a dressing room – bathroom ensuite to the adjacent large double room if required. However, the fifth bedroom is currently used as an office which is useful for working from home or homework.
The bedrooms are all nicely sized with built in wardrobe space in four of the five bedrooms offering plenty of storage space.
The house is approached via a garden path and a driveway that offers good parking with further potential to widen if more parking is needed. The integral GARAGE has an up and over door, light and power connected. A gate at the side opens to a path that reaches around the house to the paved patio area.
The paved patio is very private and with a path that runs to the bottom of the garden, the lawn is also completely private with various trees including a productive apple tree, bushes and shrubs offering very good screening. The garden is enclosed by panel fencing and hedging.
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected. Full gas fired central heating. uPVC
double glazing. uPVC facias. Broadband services are available. Superfast cable telephone, TV and Broadband services are also available in the close with download speeds of 600mb/s or better.
This property is in Band D. The total amount payable to North Somerset for the 12-
month period is £1,969.74. Please do not forget to find out if you are entitled to the governments offer of a £150 Council Tax rebate for households in Bands A-D together with the £400 cost of living rebate.
The house was originally held on a 999 year lease from new with a fixed peppercorn ground rent of seven gunieas (£7.35). We understand that the Freehold has been purchased outright but we have had sight of documentation to that effect.