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Number 51 Station Road occupies a supremely convenient position for local amenities, schools, and Nailsea/Backwell train station, approached via a gated driveway the property is set central to the plot with ample off-street parking to the front and benefits from a recently installed electric charging unit, single garage and pretty lawned area.
On entering the property through the handy entrance porch, the light and airy hallway leads to the three bedrooms, kitchen, and family bathroom. The master bedroom is generous sized room with plenty of space for a super king size bed and bedroom furniture. There is also useful second door from the bedroom that links through to the living room if desired. Bedroom two is positioned to the front of the building and is also a good-sized double room, whilst bedroom three is an ample child's bedroom. The family bathroom is fitted with a contemporary white suite with quality fixtures and fitting and smart modern tiles to the walls and floor.
The spacious kitchen breakfast room enjoys a light and airy dual aspect and is fitted with a substantial range of matching wall and base units in a traditional cream shaker style. There is lots of space for a large breakfast table, a handy store cupboard and lovely character beams. From the kitchen/breakfast room a sliding door links through to the impressive family living room.
Revelling in its glorious south facing aspect the living room features and impressive vaulted ceiling which adds a cool modernist twist to the house. The ceiling features exposed timber beams whilst a large picture window to the side elevation and wall to wall French doors also complement this fabulous space, along with solid beech flooring. Another wonderful focal point to the room is a lovely cast iron wood burner to take the chill of the winters evening.
From the living room you can alight straight out onto a generous raised deck, perfect for entertaining guests to an al fresco supper and providing an elevated vantage point to observe children in the garden. The garden itself it simply divine, in the main it is laid to a lush level lawn but to the flanks thoughtfully planted bushes and shrubs create an evergreen canvas to enjoy all year round. The garden enjoys a high degree of privacy and a wonderfully sunny aspect. To either side of the house there is access to the front with a detached single garage to one side and more than enough space for a greenhouse and garden shed.
Backwell is a suburban village south west of Bristol, on the A370 to Weston-super-Mare. It includes the hamlets of Backwell Common, Backwell Green and Farleigh. Nearby are Nailsea, Flax Bourton, Yatton, Brockley and Barrow Gurney. Backwell Lake is next to the road between Nailsea and Backwell and is just north of the railway station. The village has a long history, appearing in the Domesday Book in 1086 with the name 'Bacoile' meaning 'The well back on the hill'. The well is still in existence. Many residents of Backwell commute daily to Bristol by car via the A370, bus or train - the railway station has a direct service to London. Backwell is close to the M5 motorway and Bristol International Airport at Lulsgate is 3 miles (4.8 km) away by road. The airport serves both domestic and international routes, and is one of EasyJet's hub airports. Backwell has excellent infant, junior and secondary schools; West Leigh Infant School, Backwell Church of England Junior School and Backwell Secondary school are currently OFSTED rated 'outstanding', also secondary school Backwell School, consistently features high in the league tables for GCSE results, and is recognised as one of the best state schools in North Somerset.
Proceeding into Backwell from Bristol on the A370 at the main traffic lights turn right into Station Road and passing Embercourt Drive, The Crescent and Westfield Drive and the property will be found a little way further on, on the left-hand side.
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