- A very deceptive 4 bedroom detched family home
- Sought after cul de sac setting
- Private garden
- Well laid out accomodation
A very deceptive 4 bedroom detached family house found in an established cul de sac in the Nailsea Park - Trendlewood area, ideally placed within easy reach of all amenities, parkland and the excellent local schools with Golden Valley School (OFSTED Outstanding) just a 5 minute walk away. The house offers well laid out accommodation with a living room of very comfortable proportions and a full width open plan kitchen diner that enjoys an outlook through a superb conservatory to the rear garden.
The level setting is a real advantage with the High Street and Shopping Centre offering a good range of facilities including 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 only 1.3 miles away offering direct services to Bristol, Bath and London – Paddington to list just a few destinations.
The ‘front door’ at the side of the house opens to a welcoming reception hall that leads to the living room via a glazed door with matching glazed side screen.
A staircase rises to the first floor, further doors lead to the cloakroom and to the kitchen diner with another door usefully opening to the integral garage that incorporates a utility space with plumbing for a washing machine.
The living room is arranged to the front and has an attractive bow window together with a feature fireplace. There is coving to the ceiling and wall light points.
The open plan kitchen diner offers plenty of dining space and the kitchen area is fitted with a good range of Shaker style wall and floor cupboards with extensive laminated work surfaces having an inset 1½ bowl sink unit. An integrated oven is set beneath an inset gas hob with a cooker hood above. There is also an integrated fridge and freezer and space for a dishwasher.
The outlook is to rear with a door opening to the adjoining conservatory that is an attractive addition to the original accommodation with high performance Pilkington K blue glass solar reflective double glazed windows and roof, while double doors lead out to the patio and private garden.
On the first floor the landing which is galleried over the stairwell and illuminated by a window to the side has a built in airing cupboard and a hatch to the loft.
There are four bedrooms with the principal and fourth bedroom arranged to offer an outlook to the front and the second and third bedrooms overlooking the rear garden. The family bathroom that is tiled to complement the white bathroom suite along with the cloakroom below has a window to the side.
The drive provides parking and leads to the integral single Garage with an up and over door, light power, plumbing for a washing machine, additional appliance space, a wall mounted Worcester gas fired central heating boiler and a personnel door to the house.
A paved path leads around to the front door and there are gates on either side of the house that open to the rear garden where a secluded paved patio adjoins the back of the house and the conservatory.
A path leads to the far end of the garden where a deck area is partially sheltered by the deep eaves of a large timber garden shed.
The majority of the garden is laid to lawn that enjoys a high degree of privacy with timber panel fencing and screen walling.
Services & Outgoings:
All mains services area connected. Gas fired central heating through radiators with a Worcester boiler. High speed Broadband services are available including superfast cable services with download speeds of 500mb or better offered. Council Tax Band D. 2022/23 amount payable £1,969.74 before any discounts are applied.
The house has been assessed at band D-56 for energy performance.