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Property Description 

Occupying a generous plot in a wonderful location where you have the benefits of Clifton village nearby whilst the haven of countryside surrounds you. The vendor has spent a long time making this property ready for purchasers and has lovingly resuscitated this property so that it's now ready for someone to move in and enjoy. 
The hallway is light with high ceilings and wide spaces, leading to a superb sitting room which doubles up as a dining space, with brand new feature wood burner with slate hearth. The sunroom wraps across the rear of the property letting further sunlight in and offering a place to enjoy the wildlife in the garden all year round. The kitchen has been completely refitted with a blend of rustic and contemporary, with a built-in dishwasher, oven and hobs, space for fridge/freezer and very attractive timber work surfaces over duck egg shell units. From there is another access to the dining area plus a separate utility with access to the side, and offered washing machine, tumble drier and plenty of space for storage. 
From the hallway is a storage cupboard with water tank and shelving, plus a cloakroom, a brand new – never been used – bathroom suite with both a deep-set bath for lengthy soaking and separate double shower with rainfall showerhead and douche, vanity unit with a basin over and electric mirror. The bedrooms are incredibly generous, all double and all light and airy, with space at the core. 
The garage is attached to the bungalow, and is accessed over the driveway through a carport and offered with brand new electric roll top door and rear access back into the sunroom. The gardens are to the front, side and rear and are private, generous and east to west facing. The whole is complemented with a brand-new oil-fired boiler, double glazed windows, parking for a number of vehicles, south facing garden and is offered with no onward chain. For the simpler life, look no further. 


Failand is a village that has two separate parts. Failand itself is on the B3128 Bristol to Clevedon road, and is the newer and larger part. Lower Failand, a mile away, is the original village (shown as Fayland on old maps). Lower Failand can be reached by single track lanes only. The village is home to a post office with general store, a pub (The Failand Inn), an observatory, a church, a well-used village hall and has a very active village social life. Despite being a rural village, Failand is very close to Bristol, and Clifton in particular. Clifton village is only 5 minutes drive from Failand, via Clifton Suspension Bridge. The X6 bus runs to Bristol city centre about once per hour, via Clarken Combe, Bower Ashton and Hotwells. Lower Failand is on the National Cycle Network. Route 334 provides links to Clifton in one direction, and Portbury and Portishead in the other, linking to routes North and South. There is Easy access to the M5 and Bristol International Airport is approximately 6 miles away.The nearest primary school is at Flax Bourton (2 miles) with several secondary schools to choose from including St Katherine's School, Ham Green (2.4 miles) and Backwell School (2.7 miles). Private schooling is at Wraxall and Bristol. 


From Clifton Suspension Bridge, proceed on Bridge Road in the direction of Ashton Court and turn right at the traffic lights. At the next set of lights turn left into Beggar Bush Lane. Follow this road until you reach the next set of lights then go straight over, Hill Drive can be found on the right hand side and number 5 is on the left. 

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Hill Drive, Failand Price £585,000 3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow 

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"Over 40 years experience with the community at heart" 

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