A classic double fronted 4 bedroom detached family home dating from the mid 1920's found in one of Nailsea's oldest village lanes with gardens and grounds totalling almost 1/4 acre. The very well presented accommodation has been tastefully updated and improved very recently and offers a lovely airy feel. There are a host of original features and the decor is neutral throughout while, the setting is very private with a gated drive, a double garage and a superb level rear garden. A rare opportunity to acquire a period property within easy reach of all amenities.
The accommodation includes an attractive gabled porch that opens to a traditional reception hall with deep moulded skirting and architraves and stripped period doors (a theme that continues throughout). The triple aspect living room has an impressive Bath stone fireplace with a wood burning stove inset, the charming dining room can serve as a second sitting room given that there is also space to dine in the kitchen. The kitchen diner is well appointed with an excellent range of wall and floor cabinets together with a range of built in appliances and like the living room opens to and overlooks the rear garden. Neighbouring the kitchen there is a matching utility room, with a rear hall beyond that leads to both the garden and a cloakroom - shower room.
On the first floor the bedrooms are just as light with all four taking advantage of a double aspect while, the bathroom is again appointed to a high standard.
The property is approached via double gates that are set in a local stone wall with an established hedge screening the house very well.
An ample paved drive provides parking and leads to the excellent detached double garage with access past the garage to the extensive patio and the exceptional private level rear garden that enjoys a sunny southerly and westerly aspect.
The property stands in a quite lane that is within easy reach of the town centre closer still to local amenities. Nailsea offers good road connections to all major centres in the area including the City of Bristol just 8 miles away. In addition, junctions 19 and 20 of the M5 are both within 6 miles and the main line railway station offering local and intercity services with direct trains to Bristol and London-Paddington is again within walking distance on the edge of the neighbouring village of Backwell.