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A superb individual detached bungalow set in a highly desirable position, on a quiet private road shared with just two other unique homes.
'Quovadis' is a stylish versatile home which has been constructed in recent years to an exacting standard. A huge emphasis was placed during the build to create a home which is blessed with light and airy accommodation, which is both versatile in its use, and also suitable for a multitude of different buyers.
Approaching the property via a private gated driveway, the mature wooded setting creates a wonderful first impression and discretely hides a pair of beautifully appointed homes. 'Quovadis' occupies a lovely southwest plot and benefits from a smart single garage and a large brick paved parking area to the front that provides ample off-road parking for several vehicles.
Entering the property, you get an immediate sense of the thought and attention to detail that the property has been afforded. The hallway features Karndean Oak effect flooring, painted walls in a soft and homely colour palette and neat period style cornice and architraves. The sitting room is positioned to the right of the hallway through glazed internal French doors, which are not only superb for easy access and furniture but also allow the accommodation and light to flow through-out the front elevation. The generous sitting room has a delightful bay window and a contemporary fireplace which acts as a wonderful focal point. There is more than enough space for soft seating and a dining table if desired.
To the opposite side of the entrance hallway is the wonderful linked kitchen and dining room, again both rooms are washed in light from the south facing aspect, whilst currently combined, the two rooms could be easily adapted to create a more intimate formal dining room/second reception room and separate kitchen if desired. The dining/breakfast area has French doors that lead out to a sunny dining terrace, perfect for al fresco entertaining. A feature arch leads through to the kitchen which is spacious, well-appointed and fitted with a substantial range of matching wall and base units with a square edged counter top and ceramic splashback. There are several integrated appliances with two eye level ovens, induction hob, integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher. There is also plenty of room for a breakfast table.
Off the kitchen lies a handy utility room for white goods and a useful side door to the garden. Both the kitchen and dining room have doors that also conveniently link back into the inner hallway.
The three bedrooms are all situated to the rear of the property and include an exceptional master bedroom with a superb modern en-suite bathroom and fitted wardrobes with windows overlooking the rear garden, bedrooms two and three are also good-sized doubles and share use of a smart family bathroom. There is also a separate cloakroom and store cupboard off the hallway.
Another huge benefit of the home is a huge attic space which offers exceptional potential to create further accommodation (subject to the relevant permission) should it be desired. Accessed via a folding ladder in bedroom two it is already a wonderful space for hobbyist to set up a train or Scalextric track, equally it can simply serve its purpose as easy and generous storage.
Outside, the lush green garden is bounded by mature hedging and fencing, with a lovely south facing landscaped terrace to the front with a useful electric sun awning over to provide protection and shelter from the mid-day sun. Wrought iron access gates to both sides of the property provide additional security and enclose the rear garden for keeping any pets secure. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and a footpath the wraps around the rear of the property leading to access door to the side of the garage.
Nailsea is a suburban town of North Somerset, approximately 8 miles (13 km) southwest of Bristol. The town was an industrial centre based on coal mining in the 16th century and glass manufacture from 1788, which have now been replaced by service industries. The surrounding North Somerset Levels has wildlife habitats and Bucklands Pool/Backwell Lake is a Local Nature Reserve. The well populated town centre includes two major supermarkets, high street banks, coffee shops and a leisure centre. Nailsea is close to the M5 motorway (junction 20) and Bristol International Airport at Lulsgate is 7 miles (11 km) away by road. The airport serves both domestic and international routes, and is one of EasyJet's hub airports. Secondary education is provided by Nailsea School (rebuilt as an Academy in 2009), and primary education by St Francis School, Grove School, Kingshill School and Golden Valley. Churches include the 14th-century Holy Trinity Church and Christ Church, which was built in 1843.
Approaching Nailsea on Station Road continue under the bridge and up the hill. Take the turning left into Queens Road and on the right you will see a slip road with access to properties. Proceed along the lane and take the first turning on the right signposted Private Road access to the properties. You will approach the bungalow through a pair of wrought iron gates. 4c is on the left-hand side.
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