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An attractively presented four-bedroom detached family home enjoying a superb position with views over open countryside.
The property is light and airy throughout, having a really spacious hallway. The lounge has super views over the fields beyond and a feature gas fireplace which lends itself to be opened up or a wood burner added for extra comfort. There are double doors in the dining room which again opens up out onto the patio beyond. The kitchen is in lovely condition and tastefully decorated and designed with space in mind. Beyond this is a utility area with plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier and a separate cloakroom housing a new Worcester combi boiler.
Above, the landing opens to FOUR DOUBLE bedrooms, three of which have built in wardrobes. The excellent principal bedroom also enjoys the views and opens to an en-suite shower room while there is also a nicely presented family bathroom.
The house was built to a good specification in the late 1990's by Westbury Homes, a respected region-wide multi-award-winning developer. Since new the property has been well maintained and improved with updates including a new kitchen and utility room. The rear garden has also been landscaped creating a sheltered and private area.
The whole benefits from a garage with electricity, light and tap, parking for a number of vehicles, double glazing, loads of storage throughout and gas central heating.
The position of the house is a further attraction with open views over neighbouring farmland all the way to Tickenham and Clevedon away in the far distance.
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town was an industrial centre based on coal mining in the 16th century and glass manufacture from 1788, which have now been replaced by service industries.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.
From our office in Backwell, proceed through Station Road in the direction of Nailsea, travel up the hill and take the left turning into Queens Road. Follow this until the crossroads at the end, and proceed straight over in to Hanham Way. Take the fourth left into Parish Brook Road.
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