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5 bed detached House

The prime position at The Grange, Flax Bourton

Property Features Please click on the brochure link for further information Property Summary An impressive five-bedroom detached family house that has been updated and improved for the current owners who have created a very comfortable home that blends traditional style with contemporary features and design thinking. The property occupies the prime position in this exclusive, private, award-winning, and much aspired to development enjoying an open outlook over a parkland setting and views at the rear of adjoining greenbelt countryside. The Grange at Flax Bourton is an exceptional location with just 14 high quality detached houses arranged in the almost 5-acre parkland grounds of the former Victorian Grange. Needless to say, there is a tremendous feeling of space and great privacy with each house set in a garden of very good size. The Grange was converted to six luxury apartments at the same time as the houses were built but the developers, Bovis Homes took great care to preserve the aesthetic with broad sweeps of lawn, meandering drives and many specimen trees. The location is outstanding and only 6 miles from Bristol city centre. The House: Number Seven stands in possibly the most attractive position of all the houses here and the present owners actually moved from another house in The Grange when this property became available some twelve years ago so that they would have the benefit of the light, southerly outlook over the picturesque adjoining countryside and the views across to Tyntesfield and the National Trust land on the far side of the valley. The house is beautifully built with Cotswold Stone elevations, dressed stone mullion windows and high roof lines in a timeless classic style. The property has always been well kept but over the last twelve years the property has also been enhanced, updated and improved. Although the accommodation has been enlarged, there is also consent for further extension behind the garage if required. The accommodation is light, airy and flows extremely well with the welcoming reception hall leading to all main ground floor rooms and to a cloakroom. The traditional half return staircase rises from here to the upper floor and has a walk-in storage cupboard beneath. The 22’4” x 17’ (6.8 x 5.18m) dual aspect living room enjoys an outlook over parkland to the front and to the south facing terrace and rear garden. There is a recessed wood burning stove and open access from here to the fully glazed conservatory, (Pilkington K Solar reflective blue glass), that has been a very successful addition to the original living space really taking the house into the garden and perfect for sitting and enjoying the view with French doors opening directly to the terrace. An ample study is arranged to the front of the house, quietly away from the living room and the kitchen diner. The fabulous 22’4” x 19’9” open plan kitchen – diner – family room is a real heart of the house space that again, takes advantage of a dual aspect with views to the front and rear. The kitchen area has been entirely remodelled and is fully fitted with a suite of wall and floor cabinets together with a matching island that offers a very social space with provision for bar stools. A 4 oven Aga cooker has concealed extraction above that also serves the inset ceramic hob with a built under over-grill. There is an integrated dishwasher and provision for an American style fridge freezer while granite work surfaces that match the island are extensive. The dining area is marginally recessed creating a feeling of intimacy with a mullioned window to the front. A stable door and mullioned window overlook the terrace and rear gardens and a further door virtually adjoins the back door to the garage that has an integral utility area with further fitted cupboards, plumbing for a washing machine and additional appliance space. On the first floor the part galleried landing leads to an upper hall with a built-in linen cupboard and hatch access with ladder to the vast, boarded attic area with lighting. The attic provides more than enough space to add upper second floor rooms subject to any necessary consents. The original layout of the house offered five comfortable bedrooms and that remains unchanged. However, one of the upgrades made in the last 12 years has been the addition of a good dual aspect sitting room – games room or playroom off the third bedroom with lovely views. This playroom may just as easily be used as a charming double bedroom with the adjacent room becoming a dressing room or an en suite or both. The playroom has recessed storage space and a hide and seek eaves space while every original bedroom has fitted wardrobes. The family bathroom is an excellent size and the full suite includes a bath and a quadrant shower enclosure with contrasting ceramic tiling. The principal bedroom suite is superb with a very generous bedroom overlooking the rear gardens and countryside beyond. The adjoining dressing area has a suite of fitted wardrobes and open in turn to the spacious en suite shower room that has also been fully refurbished in recent years with another contemporary suite including a glazed shower enclosure and twin basins with under floor heating. Outside: The entrance to The Grange is certainly impressive with a wide pillared gateway opening to a meandering drive – when arriving please follow around to the left. The road way meanders through the parkland and arrives ultimately at this property which stands at the head of the ‘close’. The private drive of the house provides parking for a good number of cars and leads to the attached DOUBLE GARAGE with a motorised remote-controlled door, a second garage door, a utility area, light power and plumbing and a personnel door to the rear. Lawns flank the drive and a path and gate give access to the rear. The rear garden is a further particular feature of this very fine family home. A full width riven paved terrace adjoins the back of the house with doors leading out from the conservatory and the kitchen - dining room. The garden has been designed for ease of maintenance – ideal for the busy family, with well-kept lawns and easy borders. A deck has been built on the far side of the garden to allow outside sitting with a little shade on the hottest midsummer days from the established hedge behind. Mature trees, shrubs and hedges define the boundaries and the garden takes full advantage of the sunny southerly aspect. A garden shed stands to the side of the terrace with a Play house nearby and then tucked away on the opposite side of the house there is a further built in garden store. The Village: Flax Bourton is a tremendously popular small village that straddles the A370 between Bristol and Backwell. There are many significant houses in the village that were built by Bristol merchants in past centuries because it was such an easy carriage journey back to the City. Today we rarely ride by carriage, but Bristol is still extremely easy either by car, bus, train or bicycle using the SUSTRANS cycle route. The mainline railway station is the neighbouring larger village of Backwell offers good services to Bristol, Filton-Abbeywood, Bath and direct trains to London-Paddington. Flax Bourton offers a pub and a very good junior school and there are good independent schools nearby including The Downs, while a wide selection of independent schools are available in Bristol, mainly in Clifton which is a 10-15 minute drive away. Backwell offers a selection of village shops and a wider range of amenities are available in Nailsea including a large Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets, Doctors and Dental surgeries, a pedestrianised shopping centre with nationally known and smaller independent retailers, banks and professional offices. Though well placed for the commuter with junctions 19 and 20 of the M5 less than 6 miles away, Flax Bourton is surrounded by pretty North Somerset countryside with lovely walks and outdoor leisure pursuits available in the area. Full Details Please click on the brochure link for further information

6 bed detached House

6 bedroom house for sale in Beckets Lane, Nailsea, Bristol, Somerset, BS48

listed on 2021-03-02  Knight Frank   

A little more about the property Stratton Lodge is situated along a no through lane about 0.8 mile south west of the town centre and 200 yards from open countryside and country walks. The house is believed to have been built around 1890. The present owners purchased Stratton Lodge in 1999. Over the years the property has been improved and updated, retaining all features appropriate to the Victorian period, which include original panelled doors in moulded architraves, moulded skirting boards, picture rail and ceiling cornices, and an attractive Victorian staircase in the reception hall. There are also restored floorboards. The kitchen has been re-configured and units replaced. Integral appliances include two ovens, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher and a free standing refrigerator/freezer. A Victorian style open fire grate and surround have been installed in the sitting room and a coal effect gas fire with Bath stone surround, fitted in the dining room. In more recent years, the en-suite bath/shower room has been replaced and stylishly redesigned by Ripples, a superb new garage for four to five cars has been built, decking installed along the rear elevation on the south side, and a terrace and drive in front of the house laid in block paving. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and the interior has a lovely atmosphere. An entrance vestibule opens into a central hall with the sitting room and dining room either side each with a bay window. The family room and kitchen/breakfast room overlook the south facing garden. The conservatory with cloakroom off, opens from the kitchen, also making it ideal for use as a playroom. The utility room off the inner hall opens to the rear garden. On the first floor is the principal bedroom has an en-suite bath/shower room. There are three further bedrooms and family bathroom. The second floor has two good bedrooms each with vaulted ceiling, and shower room. It is approached between double timber gates opening on to a drive with parking for several cars. The drive leads to the garage, with two pairs of double timber doors with parking for four to five cars, and platform storage over. The drive continues to a terrace in front of the house, laid to block paving, spanning the width of the house, overlooking the spacious front garden. The front garden is laid principally to level lawn with borders planted with a variety of mature ornamental shrubs and trees, including a Willow. The rear south facing garden is enclosed by hedgerow, trees and timber fencing. Along the south elevation there is raised decking with timber balustrading, built in gas fire-pit, and steps leading down to the lawn, ideal for entertaining. Surrounding the lawn are planted borders, and trees include cooking Apple and Cherry. Property type House Floor area 3,022 - 4,032 sqft Tenure Freehold Amenities 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 4 Reception Rooms Period Detached Garden Rural Village Private Parking

4 bed detached House

4 bedroom house for sale in Main Road, Flax Bourton, North Somerset, BS48

listed on 2021-02-23  Knight Frank   

A little more about the property The Old School was built in 1859 and later extended in 1892 and ceased to be a school in 1959. The present owners who purchased the property in January 2019 have carried out many improvements including installing a new boiler, a new Range Master five burner double oven Processional Deluxe range cooker, heating system, wood burning stove, fencing and bespoke study. The interior has a friendly atmosphere with good ceiling heights. There are many features appropriate to the period. There are exposed roof trusses, painted tongue and groove doors with iron latch furniture, stone mullion windows and, stripped floor boards. The spacious reception hall with gallery landing is particularly welcoming with glazed double doors opening into the rear conservatory bringing the garden into the house. The sitting room, with double doors leading off the reception hall, is a lovely room with a Bath stone style fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove. The bespoke study and play room/bedroom 4 look over the rear garden and the kitchen/breakfast room, with separate dining area is fitted with a traditional range of hand painted units with matching dresser unit. Off the gallery landing on the first floor is the principal bedroom with en-suite shower room to one side and two further bedrooms with bathroom on the other with roll top bath. Outside: The property is approached over a drive with stone entrance pillars, providing additional parking, leading to a single garage and to the front of the house. The gravel front is bordered by a high laurel hedgerow giving privacy. The enclosed rear garden is laid to an expanse of lawn. There is an area of decking and gravel, ideal for entertaining, and a summer house. There are a number of shrubs and bushes. Planning history etc: The property had planning consent to extend the property to the rear with a two storey extension. This has lapsed and a fresh application would be required. The current owners have plans drawn up for a single story extension – planning permission would need to be applied for. Property type House Floor area 2,102 sqft Tenure Freehold Amenities 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 3 Reception Rooms Period Detached Garden Rural Village Private Parking

4 bed detached House

Robinson Way, Backwell

Property Features Detached mature family home in favoured cul-de-sac location in Backwell Exceptionally large gardens which needs to be viewed to be appreciated Light and airy modern feel with lounge, conservatory, family room and kitchen/breakfast room Four Double Bedrooms and 4 piece modern bathroom suite Large Integrated Double garage with plenty of Parking Laid to lawn, Patio, Decked Terrace and further enclosed garden area with Greenhouse Could be extended STP Close to Backwell transport links, amenities, Park and Recreation ground a couple of minutes walk Backwell Schools all within walking distance Gas central heating, and double glazing fitted in 2020 Property Summary EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE GARDENS - this is an immaculately presented light and spacious detached home in popular established quiet cul-de-sac. With considerably larger than average plot on offer, whether you look to extend or enjoy gardening, this lovely home is recommended for viewing. Full Details ACCOMMODATION ENTRANCE HALL, CLOAKS WC., LOUNGE, FAMILY ROOM/DINING ROOM, KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM, CONSERVATORY, FOUR BEDROOMS, BATHROOM, DOUBLE GARAGE, FRONT AND VERY LARGE REAR AND SIDE GARDENS THE PROPERTY REAR VIEW SHOWN: Are you looking for a large GARDEN? This is really deceptive from the road, it has a huge corner plot SECRET GARDEN to the side of the plot. A 1970s detached home in good condition with three reception rooms, lots of light and space and so much potential to extend further should one wish to. Viewing recommended. LOCATION TO FIND Proceeding through the village direction of Weston Super Mare, turn left into Robinson Way and Number 9 will be found on the right hand side. Within the village of Backwell, there are a good range of amenities to include Spar, baker, chemist, newsagents, post office stores and the like, and for those interested in schooling there is an infant school, a junior school and a secondary school, all of them have received an Outstanding Ofsted result. There is also a private primary school within the village and other private schooling in Bristol itself. The local rail station provides regular links with the inter-city network with a direct high speed service to London Paddington, and there is a regular bus service along the A370 to Bristol and Weston-super-Mare, with a useful park-and-ride scheme at the end of the Long Ashton bypass. Access to the M5 motorway at Clevedon is but a short drive, and Bristol International Airport is around 3.5 miles away. Nearby recreational facilities are to be found at the leisure complex adjoining the secondary school, whilst golf courses are available at Downside, Long Ashton, Failand, Tickenham and Clevedon. ENTRANCE HALL (9' 1'' x 5' 11'' (2.77m x 1.80m)) UPVC and glazed door with side lights to entrance hall, Radiator. Stairs to first floor. CLOAKROOM WC., Pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc., ceramic tiled flooring. Windows. LOUNGE (23' 7'' x 13' 4'' (7.18m x 4.06m)) So much light and space in this wonderful room. Laminate wood effect flooring. Radiators x 2. Wall light points. Flame effect gas fire set in stone surround, mantel and hearth. Through to : CONSERVATORY (14' 0'' x 12' 7'' (4.26m x 3.83m)) Of UPVC construction with polycarbonate roofing. Laminate wood effect flooring. French doors to gardens. FAMILY ROOM/DINING ROOM (12' 0'' x 9' 11'' (3.65m x 3.02m)) Oak effect laminate flooring. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Through into Kitchen. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM (13' 2'' x 10' 8'' (4.01m x 3.25m)) Range of maple fronted base and drawer units with work tops over. Tiled surround. Single bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Integrated AEG electric hob with stainless steel and glass canopy extractor hood over. Integrated eye level Hotpoint double electric oven. Plumbing for dishwasher. Space for upright fridge. Range of matching wall cupboards. View over gardens. Laminate wood effect flooring. FIRST FLOOR LANDING Loft access. BEDROOM 1 (13' 5'' x 11' 2'' (4.09m x 3.40m)) Laminate wood effecting flooring. Radiator. Sliding mirror fronted wardrobe doors with hanging and shelving space - We understand there is a possibility that an Ensuite could be put in here. Ceiling coving. BEDROOM 2 (12' 0'' x 9' 11'' (3.65m x 3.02m)) Light grey wood effect flooring. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. BEDROOM 3 (10' 0'' x 8' 10'' (3.05m x 2.69m)) Wood effect laminate flooring. Radiator. Ceiling coving. Fitted wardrobe with sliding doors, hanging and shelving space. BEDROOM 4 (10' 10'' x 8' 8'' (3.30m x 2.64m)) Radiator. Wood effect laminate flooring. Ceiling coving. Full height part mirror fronted built in wardrobe with hanging and shelving space. BATHROOM Modern white suite comprising large deep fill bath with hand shower mixer tap attachment. Separate tiled shower enclosure with thermostatically controlled shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc., chrome heated towel rail. Ceramic tiled flooring. Ceiling downlights. INNER HALLWAY (21' 0'' x 4' 10'' (6.40m x 1.47m)) A covered area linking the house to the garage. Door to front. Door to rear gardens. Door to GARAGE. DOUBLE GARAGE (17' 8'' x 16' 2'' (5.38m x 4.92m)) The roof is fitted with the durable EPDM rubber. With up and over door. light and power. Wall mounted Vailiant Gas central heating boiler. Plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, Belfast sink. FRONT GARDENS These are laid to lawn with flower borders. LARGE TARMAC DRIVEWAY with parking for 2/3 cars. REAR GARDENS These are a superb feature of this property and full of surprises! To the immediate rear of the house is a good sized piece of garden which is laid to lawn, enjoys a south westerly aspect, fenced and enclosed with natural hedgerow boundary and stone wall. LARGE PATIO/TERRACE/ Gravelled area. STORAGE. To the side of the property is a further gravelled area with LARGE DECKED terrace ideal for entertaining. Further on behind a large wall is another piece of garden which is laid to lawn fenced and enclosed with evergreen boundary. This is a large piece of garden that could easily be extended into or create a Work/Office space within permitted development.

4 bed detached House

Ashvale Close, Nailsea

Property Features Four bedroom detached home in a quiet cul-de-sac location Entrance hall Spacious lounge and separate dining room uPVC double glazed conservatory Kitchen with breakfast area and utility Principal bedroom with en-suite and balcony Family bathroom Good sized enclosed rear garden Off street parking Integrated double garage Property Summary This four bedroom detached family home is tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac location close to Nailsea town centre. The home is in excellent order throughout with spacious accommodation on offer. In brief the home comprises; entrance porch leading into entrance hall, downstairs WC, spacious lounge with access into the conservatory, kitchen/breakfast are with utility area and integrated garage and separate dining room. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, single bedroom and family bathroom. Externally there are well established front and rear gardens and off street parking. EPC - On Order Full Details ALL SIZES ARE APPROXIMATE, THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES: Entrance Hall Stairs rising to first floor landing, doors leading into lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and downstairs WC. Radiator, Parquet flooring. Cloakroom (5' 5'' x 2' 4'' (1.66m x 0.72m)) Concealed cistern WC, wall mounted wash hand basin, fully tiled walls. Lounge (22' 7'' x 11' 5'' (6.88m x 3.47m)) uPVC double glazed window overlooking front aspect, uPVC double glazed door and window overlooking conservatory, gas living flame fire inset in brick chimney, two radiators, door leading into; Dining Room (16' 1'' x 10' 6'' (4.89m x 3.20m)) Three uPVC double glazed windows overlooking rear and side aspect, radiator. Conservatory (8' 3'' x 10' 1'' (2.52m x 3.07m)) uPVC double glazed conservatory with double doors leading into rear garden. Kitchen (20' 11'' x 12' 1'' (6.38m x 3.68m)) uPVC double glazed window overlooking front aspect, range of modern base and eye line units with roll top work surfaces over, double stainless steel sink and drainer with swan neck mixer tap over, integrated electric double oven, gas hob with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for washing machine, radiator, opening into; Breakfast Area/Utility Area uPVC double glazed door with window to side leading into rear garden, base and eye line units with roll top work surfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer with swan neck mixer tap over, space and plumbing washing machine, radiator, door leading into integrated garage. First Floor Landing Doors leading into bedrooms one, two, three, four and bathroom. Door giving access to airing cupboard, access to loft. Bedroom One (12' 9'' x 10' 2'' Max (3.89m x 3.11m)) uPVC double glazed door and window giving access to the balcony, fitted wardrobes with sliding doors providing hanging rail and shelving, radiator, door leading into; En-Suite (6' 4'' x 5' 6'' (1.92m x 1.67m)) Obscure uPVC double glazed window overlooking rear aspect, three piece suite comprising; corner shower cubicle with thermostatic shower over, close coupled WC, wash hand basin inset in vanity unit, fully tiled walls, radiator. Bedroom Two (11' 2'' x 10' 7'' (3.40m x 3.22m)) uPVC double glazed window overlooking front aspect, fitted wardrobe, radiator. Bedroom Three (9' 6'' x 8' 2'' (2.90m x 2.48m)) uPVC double glazed window overlooking rear aspect, fitted wardrobes with sliding doors, radiator. Bedroom Four (9' 11'' x 8' 2'' (3.01m x 2.48m)) uPVC double glazed window overlooking side aspect, radiator. Bathroom (6' 7'' x 4' 9'' (2.00m x 1.44m)) Obscure uPVC double glazed window overlooking front aspect, three piece suite comprising; panelled bath with mixer shower attachment over, concealed cistern WC, wash hand basin inset in vanity unit, radiator, shaver point, fully tiled walls and flooring. Rear Garden Good sized rear garden offering a good degree of privacy, mainly laid to lawn, with good sized patio area and gravel areas, well established borders with mature shrubs and plants, enclosed by timber panel fencing and hedgerow. Front of the Property Driveway providing off street parking, gravel area wooden gate leading into rear garden.

4 bed House

Adjoining parkland and open countryside in the Trendlewood area

Property Features Sought after close in the Trendlewood area Adjoins parkland with green belt countryside beyond Well presented accommodation Attractive reception rooms Conservatory Well appointed kitchen Large utility area incorporated into double length garage En suite and family bathrooms 4 bedrooms with fitted/built in wardrobes Level garden of good size Property Summary We are delighted to offer this much loved 4 bedroom family home that is available for the first time since new. Over the years the house has been updated and improved and offers well designed accommodation that is also presented well. The position is a further feature of the property with the house standing in a particularly sought after cul de sac on the southern edge of Nailsea adjoining an avenue of parkland with open green belt countryside beyond. The quiet, safe setting will be an attraction and though the property is close to open countryside there is still good access to the town centre, the excellent local schools and more parkland. In addition, the station is within walking distance. For the commuter Bristol is just 8 miles away and is easily accessed by road, rail or bicycle on a mostly dedicated SUSTRANS national cycle route. Junctions 19 and 20 of the M5 are both within 6 miles and the mainline railway station between Nailsea and Backwell offers local and intercity trains with good services to Bristol, Filton-Abbeywood, Bath, Taunton and London-Paddington amongst other destinations. The House: Only a handful of houses of this style were built in Nailsea and so this is a rare opportunity. The accommodation is beautifully laid out and attractively appointed with spacious reception rooms, the benefit of a conservatory that really draws the living space into the garden, a fully updated and generously proportioned kitchen with large adjacent utility area that could be incorporated into the kitchen to create an open plan kitchen diner while retaining the two original reception rooms. A porch canopy shelters the front door that opens to a reception hall with doors to the kitchen, living room, a feature glazed screen, a quarter return stair case rising to the first floor with a storage cupboard beneath and a door opening to the fully refurbished cloakroom with a contemporary white suite and full width vanity unit. The living room is very attractive and well proportioned with a broad bay window to the front and a Minster stone open hearth fireplace with a living flame gas fire inset. Double doors lead though to the Dining Room that enjoys an outlook through the conservatory to the rear garden. The conservatory is of good size and has been a very worthwhile addition to the house offering a great place to sit and overlook the garden with French doors out to the patio. The kitchen has been completely redesigned in recent years by Timbercraft and is fitted with an excellent range of wall and floor cupboards, glazed display cupboards and extensive laminated work surfaces with concealed lighting over. There is an inset 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink unit, an inset gas hob with a chimney hood above, a built in eye level double oven–grill, an integrated dishwasher and a fridge. Ceramic tiled surrounds contrast with the floor tiling, while a door opens to a utility area that has been formed in the back of the double length garage. The utility area is of significant size and this space could, if required and subject to compliance with building regulations be opened into the kitchen to create a kitchen diner that would also lead to the rear garden. On the first floor the landing opens to the four bedrooms and the family bathroom, there is a deep built in airing cupboard and hatch access to the loft. The family bathroom is tiled to complement the full suite comprising a W.C. a wash basin and bath with flexible shower over. The principal bedroom has another attractive bay window that echoes the living room bay. There is a suite of fitted wardrobes and a door opens to a full en suite bathroom with a bath that again has a flexible shower over. The remaining bedrooms are of good proportions, two have built in wardrobes and the two to the rear take fullest advantage of the outlook. Outside: The house stands back from the close with a double drive providing parking and leading to the attached DOUBLE LENGTH GARAGE with up and over door, light, power, loft storage with a ladder and a utility area with a range of fitted cupboards, work surfaces, a sink unit and a door to the rear garden. The garden at the front is set to easily kept lawn, while a path and gate allow access via the side of the house to the shaped paved patio and rear garden. Here the garden is laid mainly to lawn with well established borders planted with a variety of shrubs and bushes. The garden is screened on either side by timber panel fencing and at the bottom there is a wicket fence with a gate opening to the avenue of parkland. The wicket fencing and low trimmed hedge at the bottom of the garden maximises the openness of the outlook but if you prefer merely allow the hedge to grow a bit higher for added screening. Please click on the brochure link/icon for full details.

4 bed House

St. Austell Close, Nailsea

Property Features Please click on the brochure link for full details and viewing Property Summary We are delighted to offer this much loved 4 bedroom family home that is available for the first time since new. Over the years the house has been updated and improved and offers well designed accommodation that is also presented well. The position is a further feature of the property with the house standing in a particularly sought after cul de sac on the southern edge of Nailsea adjoining an avenue of parkland with open green belt countryside beyond. The quiet, safe setting will be an attraction and though the property is close to open countryside there is still good access to the town centre, the excellent local schools and more parkland. In addition, the station is within walking distance. For the commuter Bristol is just 8 miles away and is easily accessed by road, rail or bicycle on a mostly dedicated SUSTRANS national cycle route. Junctions 19 and 20 of the M5 are both within 6 miles and the mainline railway station between Nailsea and Backwell offers local and intercity trains with good services to Bristol, Filton-Abbeywood, Bath, Taunton and London-Paddington amongst other destinations. The House: Only a handful of houses of this style were built in Nailsea and so this is a rare opportunity. The accommodation is beautifully laid out and attractively appointed with spacious reception rooms, the benefit of a conservatory that really draws the living space into the garden, a fully updated and generously proportioned kitchen with large adjacent utility area that could be incorporated into the kitchen to create an open plan kitchen diner while retaining the two original reception rooms. A porch canopy shelters the front door that opens to a reception hall with doors to the kitchen, living room, a feature glazed screen, a quarter return stair case rising to the first floor with a storage cupboard beneath and a door opening to the fully refurbished cloakroom with a contemporary white suite and full width vanity unit. The living room is very attractive and well proportioned with a broad bay window to the front and a Minster stone open hearth fireplace with a living flame gas fire inset. Double doors lead though to the Dining Room that enjoys an outlook through the conservatory to the rear garden. The conservatory is of good size and has been a very worthwhile addition to the house offering a great place to sit and overlook the garden with French doors out to the patio. The kitchen has been completely redesigned in recent years by Timbercraft and is fitted with an excellent range of wall and floor cupboards, glazed display cupboards and extensive laminated work surfaces with concealed lighting over. There is an inset 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink unit, an inset gas hob with a chimney hood above, a built in eye level double oven–grill, an integrated dishwasher and a fridge. Ceramic tiled surrounds contrast with the floor tiling, while a door opens to a utility area that has been formed in the back of the double length garage. The utility area is of significant size and this space could, if required and subject to compliance with building regulations be opened into the kitchen to create a kitchen diner that would also lead to the rear garden. On the first floor the landing opens to the four bedrooms and the family bathroom, there is a deep built in airing cupboard and hatch access to the loft. The family bathroom is tiled to complement the full suite comprising a W.C. a wash basin and bath with flexible shower over. The principal bedroom has another attractive bay window that echoes the living room bay. There is a suite of fitted wardrobes and a door opens to a full en suite bathroom with a bath that again has a flexible shower over. The remaining bedrooms are of good proportions, two have built in wardrobes and the two to the rear take fullest advantage of the outlook. Outside: The house stands back from the close with a double drive providing parking and leading to the attached DOUBLE LENGTH GARAGE. THE GARAGE has an up and over door, light, power, loft storage with a ladder and a large utility area with a range of fitted kitchen cupboards, work surfaces, a sink unit and a door to the rear garden. Please not removal of a section of wall between the existing kitchen and the utility area should be straight forward if a large kitchen diner is preferred. The house would still retain a full-size single garage with overhead storage too and this alteration would significantly enhance the value of the house. The garden at the front is set to easily kept lawn, while a path and gate allow access via the side of the house to the shaped paved patio and rear garden. Here the garden is laid mainly to lawn with well established borders planted with a variety of shrubs and bushes. The garden is screened on either side by timber panel fencing and at the bottom there is a wicket fence with a gate opening to the avenue of parkland. The wicket fencing and low trimmed hedge at the bottom of the garden maximises the openness of the outlook but if you prefer merely allow the hedge to grow a bit higher for added screening.

4 bed detached House

old church road, nailsea, bristol, north somerset

An utterly delightful and deceptively spacious, Grade 2 listed, double fronted detached cottage dating back some 200 years. Idyllically located opposite the splendid Holy Trinity Church in the centre of the sought after Old Church hamlet, this well maintained gem, offers easy access to primary schools, bus routes, glorious countryside walks as well as local amenities, including local convenience store, Cricket Club and Tithe Barn activities, to name a few. Recently updated, the cottage offers modern living whilst retaining its charm and many original features and briefly comprises; Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Study Area, Dining Room, Conservatory, Kitchen/Breakfast Room and Cloakroom, 4 Bedrooms, En Suite Shower Room and Family Bathroom. Outside, there are gardens to the front and rear, the later being South facing, Garage and driveway parking. No onward chain! NB. The Sash windows have been restored and draught proofed.

2 bed Bungalow

Backwell – A 2 – 4 bedroom bungalow with a view.

Property Features 2 - 4 bedrooms? Please read the description and all will be clear. Viewing available this weekend or before by appointment Property Summary A spacious, double fronted detached bungalow of extremely deceptive individual design offering well presented and highly flexible accommodation together with good sized and private level gardens with open countryside views. The property offers very versatile, light and airy living space, currently arranged with 2 -4 double bedrooms with two en-suite. The exceptionally large principal bedroom may easily be divided to form two rooms and it would be quite straight forward to create two double bedrooms out of this over all space and have the current second en suite bedroom as the principal room. The over 1541.10 Sq.Ft (143.20 Sq.M) square area of the bungalow is significantly greater than the majority of 3 bedroom bungalows the we offer in any given year and so the property will work for a buyer as a two or 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home as required. The bungalow provides the current owner with an useful income from bed and breakfast and with a well-appointed separate traditionally built insulated and double glazed home office that is just across a gravelled courtyard area at the rear. This room too could be an additional double bedroom or play room, or studio if preferred. The bungalow has generous parking at the front, side and rear with enough room for up to 10 cars, while a caravan, boat or motor home could easily be accommodated. The gardens are also a particular feature with the rear garden enjoying plenty of sunshine and excellent privacy. In addition, the setting, in small cul de sac of bungalows, is well established and gives the convenience of a quick commute into Bristol or to Weston-Super-Mare and the South West. The A38 is conveniently close by but the bungalow is well positioned away from any busy roads and the setting is neither isolated or remote. The property occupies a private, semi rural, but not isolated position, well away from any through traffic in the best location in this little known hamlet that surprises many by being part of the village of Backwell though the village centre is nearly 2½ miles away. For the commuter good road connections are available to the major centres in the area with Bristol just 7 miles distant. Junctions 19, 20 and 21 of the M5 are all within easy reach allowing easy access to the country’s motorway network and a main line rail connection is available at nearby Nailsea and Backwell Station. To find the property leave Backwell heading toward Weston-super-Mare and at the traffic lights about a mile out of the village turn left into Brockley Combe Road. Continue for 2.6 miles and the turning for Coombe Dale is the third on the left after Cooks Bridle Path (sign posted Golf Course). Turn into Coombe Dale and turn left again and the property will be seen straight ahead. Please pull into the drive, there is plenty of space to park and turn. We will look forward to welcoming you for your viewing appointment. Full Details The Accommodation: The spacious accommodation is approached with an entrance vestibule that leads to a generous reception hall with oak finish flooring. The ample living room is arranged to enjoy an outlook to the front with a broad low sill window. There are TV points, Virgin Media broadband points, an attractive feature hole in the wall Stovax wood burner (multi fuel) and oak finish flooring. The kitchen offers space to breakfast and is fitted with an excellent range of high gloss lacquer finish wall and floor cupboards, tiled splash backs and granite worktops. A 1½ bowl sink is inset, there is an integrated fridge and freezer, a slimline dishwasher, a Gorenje oven and grill with extractor above the hob. A cupboard conceals the central heating boiler, and a half-glazed door gives access to the rear garden. The excellent dining room is very well proportioned and has oak effect flooring together with frameless full width glass doors leading to the Conservatory that is a superb addition to the original accommodation with low sill uPVC double glazed windows on all sides, plenty of opening windows for ventilation, Pilkington K slightly tinted solar reflective glass roof, a ceiling fan and a pair of French doors leading to the patio and rear garden. The flow of the property now takes you through to the outstanding double aspect principal bedroom with enough space for a seating area that enjoys the outlook to front and rear. Arranged as it is this room would be excellent for a dependent relative or could be turned back into two separate bedrooms. Access to the rear garden is via French doors and door leads to the En Suite Shower Room with a large walk-in shower enclosure with electric shower, a towel radiator, basin with vanity unit beneath, a W.C. a window to the rear and full ceramic tiling. A further very comfortable double bedroom is arranged to the front with a T.V. point and a door leading to a second En Suite Shower Room that is again fully tiled with an electric shower, a W.C., a towel radiator, a hand basin and vanity unit beneath. The bathroom has a classic white suite comprising a ‘P’ shaped bath with electric shower over and glass shower screen, W.C., pedestal hand basin and fully tiled floor and walls. Outside: The garden at the front has been designed for ease of maintenance with a raised bed made of wooden sleepers and the majority providing parking for several vehicles. The driveway continues to the side of the property with further parking at the rear in front of the detached double garage. One side of the garage has been converted into a very useful home office. The rear garden is fully enclosed by timber panelled fencing and is of a good but manageable size. There are two patio areas offering a place to sit in the sun at different times, plenty of raised beds, greenhouse, chicken coop and lawn area. The oil tank for the central heating can be found at the rear of the garden. Viewing: By appointment with the sole agents HENSONS Telephone: 01275 810030 - 7 days a week

5 bed semi-detached House

Woodland Road, Nailsea

Property Features A versatile and spacious chalet bungalow Situated close to amenities Entrance hall Lounge room with picture window and dining area with access to garden Kitchen Conservatory Three double ground floor bedrooms with the principal bedroom offering an en-suite Two further first floor rooms Generous garden Garage and ample parking Property Summary *NO CHAIN* A deceptively spacious five bedroom semi-detached chalet bungalow situated on a corner plot within close proximity to excellent schools, shops and amenities. The property itself offers versatile accommodation to suit the homeowners needs and in brief comprises entrance hall, lounge room with picture window, dining room with sliding doors into the garden, kitchen, conservatory, three double bedrooms with the principal bedroom benefiting from an en-suite and a family bathroom. To the first floor there are two further bedrooms and access into the eaves where the 'Worcester' combination boiler is situated. The chalet bungalow further benefits from a generous garden, garage and ample parking. Viewing is highly recommend. EPC- On order Full Details Entrance (7' 6'' x 16' 11'' (2.279m x 5.168m)) uPVC entrance door with obscure double glazed windows leading into the welcoming entrance hall. Double radiator with individual thermostat, metre cupboard, fuse board, double radiator with individual thermostat, doors leading into the lounge, kitchen, bedrooms one, two, three and bathroom. Two generous storage cupboards and a further good sized under stairs cupboard. Stairs rising to the first floor. Kitchen (12' 1'' x 9' 10'' (3.686m x 2.996m)) uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear aspect, inset stainless steel bowl and drainer with swan neck mixer tap over, range of drawers, eye line and base units with wood effect roll top work surfaces over, tiled splash back, space for an electric cooker, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, radiator with individual thermostat, larder cupboard, and uPVC door with double glazed window leading into the garden. Lounge Room (10' 10'' x 11' 10'' (3.312m x 3.617m)) uPVC double glazed picture window overlooking the front aspect, feature fireplace with tiled surround and hearth incorporating a gas living flame fire, television point, telephone point, double radiator with individual thermostat, coving to ceiling and an opening through to the dining area. Dining Area (10' 6'' x 9' 9'' (3.208m x 2.960m)) uPVC double glazed sliding doors into the rear garden, radiator with individual thermostat and coving to ceiling. Bedroom One (9' 8'' x 12' 1'' (2.955m x 3.695m)) uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear aspect, radiator with individual thermostat, coving to ceiling and door leading into the en-suite. En-Suite (3' 3'' x 8' 10'' (0.995m x 2.702m)) Obscure uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear aspect, three piece suite comprising of a wash hand basin on pedestal with tiled splash back, shower cubicle housing the Mira electric shower and close coupled w/c, marble effect vinyl floor covering and coving to ceiling. Bedroom Two (11' 11'' x 11' 11'' (3.632m x 3.633m)) uPVC double glazed windows overlooking the front and side aspect and radiator with individual thermostat. Bedroom Three/Reception (9' 9'' x 11' 10'' (2.977m x 3.598m)) uPVC double glazed sliding doors into the conservatory, radiator with individual thermostat and coving to ceiling. Conservatory (8' 9'' x 9' 8'' (2.678m x 2.958m)) uPVc double glazed conservatory with uPVC double glazed double doors leading into the side garden, wall point, poly-carbonate roof and ceramic tiled floor covering Bathroom (8' 10'' x 6' 2'' (2.680m x 1.890m)) Obscure uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear aspect, three piece suite comprising paneled bath, wash hand basin on pedestal and close coupled w/c, radiator with individual thermostat, extractor fan, part tiled, coving to ceiling and marble effect vinyl floor covering. First Floor Landing Double glazed velux window, doors leading into bedrooms four, five and eaves storage which houses the Worcestor combination boiler. Further eaves storage cupboard. Bedroom Four (9' 10'' x 14' 8'' (3.002m x 4.477m)) Double glazed Velux window overlooking the rear aspect, double radiator with individual thermostat and eaves storage. Bedroom Five (5' 3'' x 14' 1'' (1.594m x 4.299m)) Double glazed Velux window and radiator with individual thermostat. Rear Garden A generous garden mainly laid to lawn with borders for various shrubs and plants, timber shed, patio area, outdoor light, outdoor tap,wooden side access gate, fully enclosed by hedgerow and timber paneled fencing. Front Mainly laid to lawn with borders for various shrubs and plants, driveway giving access to the garage, path leading to the storm porch with external lighting. Garage Electric roller door, power and light.

4 bed House

In the village centre of Yatton

Property Features Period double fronted village house Character and rambling rooms throughout Four bedrooms and four reception rooms Needs work but has great scope Courtyard setting, garage and parking Only yards to the village centre Cadbury Country Club and celebrity chef restaraunt Village centre and shops Yatton junior school Main line raliway station Countryside walks Gas central heating Garage and driveway Courtyard Property Summary Pretty double fronted period home ready for a restoration programme to create a fabulous family home - this classical period property will be a bit of a home improvement project. Enjoying a really unusual backwater makes it quite hard to find Brandon House is set in its own courtyard surroundings and is approached through gated access from the high street. The accommodation is typically rambling and will suit those looking for a spacious property especially for those who enjoy that little bit of extra ground floor space. Typical of its era, we like the fact that many of this period home features have been retained. Brandon House can be found towards the southern end of the High Street and as already mentioned is accessed through its own gateway leading to a pretty courtyard frontage which both doubles as parking, leads to a single garage and provides an attractive enclosed garden. The village of Yatton is renown as being ideal for family life enjoying its own primary school, wide array of shops, doctors and dental surgeries, public library and church.  For those looking to commute there is a main line railway connecting to Bristol, Bath, London and the South West with the M5 motorway network accessed a short distance away at both Clevedon and Weston super Mare.  For those who are looking for a really attractive period home which needs some updating and Brandon House is a great opportunity. Full Details Ground Floor Entrance panel entrance door leading to: Entrance Lobby further internal door leading to: Entrance Hall large L shaped hall with staircase rising to first floor, built in under stairs storage cupboard. Downstairs Cloakroom low level w/c and wash basin. Drawing Room (19' 3'' x 13' 5'' (5.86m x 4.09m)) with two radiators, television aerial point, fireplace, doors providing access to both study and conservatory. Sitting Room (18' 3'' x 12' 0'' (5.56m x 3.65m)) with two radiators, television aerial point, integrated built in cupboards and fireplace. Dining Room (13' 6'' x 7' 6'' (4.11m x 2.28m)) with fireplace, open access to: Kitchen (14' 1'' x 11' 2'' (4.29m x 3.40m)) fitted with an array of timber fronted wall and base units with work surfaces, tiled surrounds, Belfast style sink unit with mixer tap, extractor hood, fitted dresser, skylight, tiled floor and door providing access to: Utility Room (14' 0'' x 6' 2'' (4.26m x 1.88m)) with single drainer sink unit and door providing access to: Garden Room (14' 6'' x 9' 9'' (4.42m x 2.97m)) with further doors providing access to garden. Study (10' 7'' x 9' 4'' (3.22m x 2.84m)) with fireplace, radiator and door providing access to: Conservatory (15' 2'' x 9' 4'' (4.62m x 2.84m)) with French doors leading to rear garden. First Floor Landing Bedroom 1 (14' 4'' x 12' 0'' (4.37m x 3.65m)) with two radiators, walk in wardrobe and door leading to: En-suite Shower Room (currently non functional) with shower cubicle, wash basin and w/c. Bedroom 2 (13' 10'' x 10' 1'' (4.21m x 3.07m)) with fireplace and radiator. Bedroom 3 (10' 8'' x 10' 0'' (3.25m x 3.05m)) with radiator. Bedroom 4 (10' 7'' x 10' 1'' (3.22m x 3.07m)) with radiator. Bathroom large room with suite of panel bath, wash basin, low level w/c, shower cubicle, cupboard housing wall mounted gas boiler providing domestic hot water circulation and central heating. Outside Front There is gated access from the High Street with pathway leading to front door. The front garden is hard scaped and provides an ideal area for alfresco dining. Parking the driveway is a shared area with the front garden and offers parking with further gated area leading to: Single Garage with up and over door. Rear courtyard accessed from both the garden room and conservatory. This outside space is next to garage which is enclosed and mainly paved.