A very deceptive 3 bedroom family home with a private south facing rear garden, a drive and garage, two separate reception rooms, an open plan fitted kitchen adjoining the dining room, a cloakroom, a useful integral in store room with potential, three comfortable bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The house stands in a now mature cul de sac on the edge of the conservation area just off Union Street in the 'old village' of Nailsea within easy reach of local amenities including a small supermarket good village pubs, an excellent butchers shop and still with easy access to bus routes and the highly regarded local schools.
The property offers well arranged accommodation with this design being the most popular of the two different styles of 3 bedroom property that were built in this small development. In recent years, there have been various improvements carried out and the property is fully gas centrally heated with radiators throughout. In addition, the windows have been replaced with uPVC double glazed units.
The property occupies a quiet position in a very well established avenue on the edge of the 'old village' away from any though traffic and within easy reach of local amenities while, the town centre offering a wide range of facilities is little more than 1/2 mile distant. The local schools are excellent and for the commuter, good road connections are available to other larger centres in the area, including the city of Bristol that is just 8 miles away. In addition, mainline railway stations in neighbouring Backwell together with two junctions of the M5 that are within 6 miles facilitate daily longer distance commuting.
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