- Available without any chain delays
- 22' living room
- Separate dining room
- 18' Playroom-study-family room
- Open plan kitchen breakfast room with built in appliances
- Utility room
- Galleried landing
- Principal bedroom with en-suite
- 3 further bedrooms, built in wardrobes and family bathroom
- Great position with attractive private rear gardens
A fantastic location is just one of the delights of this excellent 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, family home that stands in a quiet position very close to the parkland of Golden Valley, a couple of minutes safe walk away from Golden Valley and St. Francis schools and less than a 10 minute level walk from the town centre. The house offers very attractive accommodation including a reception hall, cloakroom, a superb 22' living room with genuine oak flooring, a dining room or study, a fully fitted open plan 18' kitchen - diner with Travertine flooring, a utility room and an 18' family room.
The bedrooms are well balanced with three of the four having built in wardrobes and the principal bedroom having a shower room en suite. Naturally there is a family bathroom while, a double drive leads to an integral garage. The garden at the front is well screened and the completely private rear garden has been attractively landscaped with broad sweeps of shaped patio, level lawn and well planted borders. The garden is not only secluded but also enjoys an outlook towards an area of protected woodland surrounding the Grade II listed former Pump House and water tower that is controlled by Historic England.
Oaksey Grove is an exclusive, no through avenue comprising similarly substantial and valuable detached homes placed around half a mile from the town centre in one of Nailsea’s most sought after residential areas adjoining and overlooking the open parkland of ‘The Golden Valley’ with Nowhere Woods in the distance. Oaksey Grove is always a popular location for families of school age children. Similarly it is a short, mainly via broad footpath, pleasant walk to the Millennium Park via festival way, Tesco and all the amenities offered in the centre of Nailsea including Waitrose and the pedestrianised shopping centre.
This excellent family home is on the market with no ongoing chain allowing a move without delay, subject to contract in the usual way.
Nailsea enjoys good road connections to other larger centres in the area with the City of Bristol just 8 miles away. There are regular bus services to and from the town and a mainline railway station in neighbouring Backwell offers regular trains to London - Paddington. In addition, there are 2 junctions of the M5 within 6 miles allowing easy access to the motorway network.