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A great opportunity to buy in the ever-popular Backwell is this spacious and well appointed mid-terrace house with a generous sized lounge diner, three bedrooms, a family bathroom and a pleasant rear garden with a single garage. Approached via a lawned frontage leading to an entrance porch with the advantage of plenty of space for coats and shoes opening into the main living room. This is a really good size room with a huge front window allowing lots of light to flood the room and a brick fireplace and surround housing a gas fire. The dining area is to the rear of this room and currently easily houses a table and four chairs. Patio doors to the rear lead out to the rear patio and garden. The kitchen has a nice view out to the rear garden and has a range of white base and wall units, with worktops over; and spaces for electric cooker, washing machine and fridge freezer.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, two doubles, both with built in cupboards, and a single bedroom again with its own built in cupboard. The family bathroom is tiled in white with a white suite and over bath electric shower, keeping nice clean lines throughout. We have been informed that the loft is fully insulated and boarded out, with fitted ladder and which also houses a Worcester combi boiler fitted in 2016 when all the radiators were also replaced; the property has the advantage of new PVC double glazing fitted throughout in 2018.
To the rear of the house is an attractive block-paved patio area and then a lawned area bordered by mature shrubs, with a path leading down to the rear entrance door to the single garage. To the side of the garage is paved area, a raised planting area and gate leading out to the cul-de-sac road at the rear. With proper consents it may be possible to remove this gated entrance and bring in parking instead. The garage itself has an up and over door, power and lighting.
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. The airport serves both domestic and international routes, and is one of EasyJet's hub airports. Backwell has excellent junior and secondary schools; the largest junior school is Backwell Church of England Junior School, which is highly praised by Ofsted and performs consistently well in the league tables, and 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.
From the Debbie Fortune office in Backwell proceed up Station Road towards Nailsea and the fifth turning on your right, the last before the railway bridge, is Waverley Road where the house will be found just up on the left side.
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