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Property Description 

This stylish family home offers a light and airy accommodation throughout and presented in a smart fashion. The front elevation consists of a spacious entrance hall with a handy tucked away WC, and a formal lounge with bay fronted window. The formal lounge is a cosy room, with space to house the traditional reception furniture whilst having a beautiful fireplace focal point. To the rear elevation is a sizable lounge/dining room, with French doors into the garden and a modern styled kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen is a great space for entertaining and offers plenty of space for a breakfast table. The kitchen is fitted with a white gloss base and wall units, wood counter tops and a range of inbuilt appliances, such as gas cooker, hob, and dishwasher. Finishing the downstairs accommodation is the utility room, storage cupboard accessed via rear garden, and effective double garage. 
Upstairs offers three double bedrooms all with large picture windows and a family bathroom as well as access to the boarded loft area. The bathroom benefits a separate shower, full length bath, toilet, and basin. 
The rear garden is stunning, with a large percentage laid to lawn and enclosed by high hedging/fencing and sweet shrubs and bushes. A smart patio runs the width of the house presenting the perfect space for children to play, adults to entertain or summer BBQ's. The front does not disappoint, providing parking for at least four cars. The current owners have clearly cherished this home and throughout the years cosmetically updated accordingly. 
Tenure - Freehold 
Council tax band - D 


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 which is currently OFSTED rated 'good', and also consistently features high in the league tables for GCSE results, and is recognised as one of the best state schools in North Somerset. 


From our office in Backwell, proceed in the direction of Nailsea along Station Road. Take second turning left into The Crescent and the property will be found on the right-hand side.From our office in Backwell, proceed in the direction of Nailsea along Station Road. Take second turning left into The Crescent and the property will be found on the right-hand side. 

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The Crescent, Backwell Price £495,000 3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House 

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