St. Austell Close, Nailsea
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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.
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St. Austell Close, Nailsea
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Nailsea & Backwell Station0.5 miles
- Yatton Station4.3 miles
- Shirehampton Station4.9 miles
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