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4 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Naishcombe Hill, Bristol, BS30

Sold STC £415,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Village location
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Pretty garden
  • Driveway
  • Separate Annexe

Full description

An end-of-terrace house situated on the edge of the village of Wick, the property boasts four bedrooms, a spacious kitchen/dining room, sitting room and conservatory. Externally there is a well-maintained rear garden, garage, sheds and the bonus of a large annex with a kitchenette and shower room.
This property has been a home to the current vendors for over twenty years, and now it is the time for a new family to make it their own. Located at the top of Naishcombe Hill, the property is within a short walking distance to the Golden Valley Nature Reserve and is within excellent commuting distance to both Bristol and Bath. Entering the property you arrive in the kitchen-dining room, which is a large family space with the Rayburn providing a great focal point as well as heating the house. The kitchen features two butler sinks, space for white goods and a spacious pantry. There is plenty of room for a large dining table and sofa area; perfect for family life. The conservatory, which enjoys views of the garden, provides yet more space. The sitting room is located to the front of the house and features floorboards and a wood burner for the winter months.
Up to the first floor and you will find the master bedroom which has dual-aspect windows, making the most of the views over the fields to the rear. The master bedroom has access to a useful room which is currently used as a study, but would make an ideal nursery or even a dressing room. There is another bedroom to the front of the house, as well as a family bathroom fitted with a white suite and separate shower cubicle. Two further bedrooms are located on the second floor, which offers views over the neighbouring countryside as well as plenty of fitted storage.
The driveway provides parking for up to three cars, and the garage is fitted with power and used as a workshop. The garden has been lovingly maintained by the current vendors and boasts shrubs, flowers and a mature apple tree. There are two further sheds for storage. The annexe, which is located at the bottom of the garden, has two large rooms as well as a shower room and a sleeping platform. There is also underfloor heating and an internet connection. One of the rooms is a kitchenette, and is currently used an art studio but could also be used as a 'granny annex,' teenage living space or even a summerhouse. At the rear of the annexe there is an east facing patio area, which is great spot to enjoy the sun with your morning coffee.
This much-loved family home is situated in Wick, a village nestled between the cities of Bath and Bristol. The village boasts many local amenities including a popular Primary School, two pubs and a doctor's surgery. There is also a hairdresser, cafe and convenience store. The M4 J18 is c.8 miles away, providing convenient links to London and the M5. Mainline train stations are within easy reach in Bath, Bristol and Chippenham.
Property is offered for sale with no onward chain.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
04 August 2017

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