4 bedroom detached house for saleSawyers Close, Wraxall
- Prestigious Development
- Four Bedroom Family Home
- Close to Highly Regarded Local Schools
- Well Presented Throughout
- Popular Location
- Highly Recommended
1a Sawyers Close is situated on The Elms, a highly sought after development originally constructed by Bryant Homes. Over the years, interest in The Elms has not waned and as such we would advise an early inspection to avoid disappointment. Our clients have owned the property for 11 years and during their tenure have made a number of improvements including new windows, a new kitchen and refurbishment of the en-suite and family bathrooms.
One of the key attractions of the property is the position. This has to be one of the best placed Victoria styled properties on The Elms.
Upon arrival at the property a double driveway allows for off street parking and in turn leads to the integral garage with up and over door to the front. The driveway also culminates at the front door.
The front door opens to the spacious reception hall with a half return staircase rising to the first floor, attractive wooden flooring, internal doors lead to the relevant rooms on the ground floor and there is also a useful under stairs cupboard for coats/bags.
At the front of the property is the attractive dual aspect sitting room with a feature Victorian style open fireplace with oak surround, a broad bay window allowing an outlook to the front and two additional windows to the side, thus making the sitting room light and airy.
Across the reception hall from the sitting room is the kitchen/dining room. Our clients have removed the original dividing wall between the dining room and kitchen to create an open plan, family orientated kitchen/dining room, perfect for modern family life. The kitchen area has been refurbished in recent years to incorporate a range of modern high gloss white units and black granite worktops, as well as a range of integrated appliance including a Zanussi 5 burner Gas hob, a Zanussi double oven and a Bosch dishwasher. An archway from the kitchen leads to the utility room. The utility is fitted to match the kitchen and has plumbing for a washing machine, a wall mounted gas fired boiler and a door leading to the side.
At the far end of the kitchen/dining room a pair of double doors open to the spacious conservatory. The conservatory allows for a 180 degree view over the rear garden and is perfect for entertaining during the summer months, a pair of double doors lead from the conservatory to the rear garden. A further door from the conservatory opens into the garage.
Also on the ground floor is the cloakroom, fitted with a wash hand basin and a WC finished in classic white.
Situated above the sitting room is the spacious, dual aspect master bedroom, with a pair of fitted wardrobes and a door leading to the en-suite shower room. The en-suite has recently been refurbished to incorporate a white suite and tiled large shower room with dual control overhead shower and wall mounted shower heads. Low level WC with concealed cistern and an inset wash basin with new bathroom cupboard with touch lights.
An additional double bedroom at the rear of the property also features a double wardrobe and an outlook over the garden and towards the hillsides in the distance.
The two further bedrooms, one to the front and one to the rear of the property both have part sloped ceilings, the room at the rear of the house also has access to the useful eaves storage area.
Also on the first floor is the family bathroom, recently fitted white suite with P shaped bath with overhead shower and moveable curved shower screen. Wall mounted bath and shower control panel, chrome towel rail, an obscured glazed window to the rear and a tiled floor.
The garden to the rear is predominantly laid to lawn, a patio area is located in the far corner of the garden. Overall the garden offers a good level of seclusion, something that can be lacking on a ‘modern’ development.
The property is located in the popular North Somerset village of Wraxall, on the periphery of Nailsea. Wraxall is ideally placed for easy access to Bristol, approximately 8 miles away. Within the village itself there is a well-stocked convenience store/petrol station, a village school and the Grade I listed All Saints Church dating from the 14th Century. Wraxall is also home to the Tyntesfield Estate, this Victorian Gothic Revival house was previously owned by the Gibbs family, in 2002 the National Trust purchased the house and its surrounding grounds and gardens, and it is open throughout the year to the general public.
The property is also a short walk away from Nailsea town centre and local amenities. Within Nailsea there are a number of High Street and independent retailers including Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, banks, coffee shops and a leisure centre. Nailsea also offers highly regarded schooling at infant, junior and secondary levels, the property is mere minutes from the Ofsted rated Outstanding Golden Valley school. The neighbouring village of Backwell has an Outstanding secondary school and a railway station which allows for mainline connection to Bristol Temple Meads and London Paddington. For those looking to travel further afield, Bristol International Airport is a mere 5 miles distant and offers regular flights to Europe as well as a number of internal flights.
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