- Superb open plan Kitchen - diner - family room
- Very well presented throughout
- Attractive private garden
- Extensive list of recent improvements
- 4 bedrooms
- Double drive and garage
- Close to open countryside
A stunning 4 bedroom detached family home that has been transformed in recent years with a top to bottom interior refurbishment and a superb extension that has created a fabulous open plan kitchen – diner – family room overlooking the generous rear garden in the favoured Trendlewood area of Nailsea.
In the recent years, the house has been extensively updated and improved and now offers superb living space with a host of designer touches and a lovely welcoming atmosphere.
The ‘front’ door is sheltered by a porch canopy and opens to a traditional reception hall that has a half return staircase rising to the first floor and a fully refurbished cloakroom off. A walk in cupboard provides good built in storage and glazed doors open to the exceptional kitchen diner and to the attractive living room. The living room is arranged to enjoy a more open outlook to the front with a pair of windows, one a deep bay. A feature fireplace provides a focal point and room is very light and airy.
The light airy feel continues to the exceptional open plan kitchen – diner family room that is illuminated by a superb lantern roof, while sliding patio doors and a picture window overlook and open to the rear garden. There is plenty of space for dining and sitting and the kitchen area is well equipped with a range of contemporary Shaker style cabinets and a matching island, perfect for breakfast. The integrated appliances comprise a built in double oven – grill, an inset ceramic hob with a stainless steel chimney hood above and an integrated dishwasher. A recess provides space for an upright fridge freezer and large built in cupboards form a utility area with plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble drier and further storage all hidden away.
The staircase arrives at a landing that is galleried over the stairwell. There is access to the loft and a built in linen cupboard.
The bedrooms are just as well decorated and there are 4 in total along with a modern white full bathroom with a shower over the bath.
The bedrooms are well balanced with two comfortable double rooms and two large single rooms of almost equal size that can accommodate double beds if required. The two single rooms also have the advantage of a partial view beyond Turnbury Avenue to open countryside as far as Wraxall away in the distance.
The garden at the front is enclosed by a well kept hedge with a gravelled area to the side, a paved path to the front door and a gate opening to the side and rear garden.
A double drive at the side provides parking and leads to the detached GARAGE with an up and over door, light and power connected, overhead storage space and a personnel door to the garden.
The side and rear gardens are of good size and have been attractively landscaped with a broad sweep of lawn, a wide gravelled area to one side and a secluded level paved patio areas. The garden is fully enclosed with screen walling and timber fencing that has been replaced in recent years.
The house enjoys a lovely position in a quiet cul de sac setting on the edge of the town, close to parkland and the picturesque open countryside of Backwell Common. This area of the town is extremely sought after and now mature and benefits from easy access to nearby Golden Valley School (OFSTED outstanding) and the town centre with a wide range of amenities that include Waitrose, Tesco, W.H. Smith, Boots and many other nationally known retailers together with a selection of independent shops. There are two health centres, dental practices, a leisure centre and a gym, a bank and a pedestrianised shopping development. In addition, Nailsea School is about a 20 minute walk away and Backwell School is also within walking distance.
For the commuter Nailsea offers good road connections to Bristol (8 miles), Clifton (6 miles) and the M5 with two junctions of the M5 less than 10 minutes’ drive away. In addition, a main line rail connection that is an easy walk away in neighbouring Backwell offers local and Intercity services with direct trains to Bristol, Bath, Filton Abbey-Wood and London-Paddington. Bristol can also be access via the SUSTRANS Cycle Network with a good cycle route to the city.
Services & Outgoings:
All main services are connected. Telephone connection. Gas fired central heating through radiators. uPVC double glazing. High speed ADSL and superfast broadband are available with download speeds up to 1gb from cable. Cable TV services are also available in this location. Council Tax Band D. Amount payable £1.969.74 for 2022/23 before any discounts are applied.
Please note the property is owned by an employee of the estate agents.