Yopa are pleased to offer this spacious three bedroom family home in Downside. Downside forms part of the popular village of Backwell, famed for its Outstanding Secondary School and highly regarded Junior and Infant Schools. The property also benefits from Solar Panels, these provide free electricity during daylight hours and an annual return, where applicable. The Solar Panels belong to the house, they are not leased and will benefit from the feed-in tariff.
Upon arrival at the house there is a driveway and a front garden as well as a gate leading to the rear of the property.
The front door leads through to the hallway, from here a flight of stairs lead to the first floor and doors lead to the sitting room and the kitchen/dining room.
The sitting room overlooks the front of the house and is a generous size, with an attractive wood burning stove and high quality shutters over the window. The siting room also features attractive and complimentary wooden flooring.
At the far end of the hallway is the kitchen/dining room. This modern and light and airy room was refurbished in 2018 and includes a range of attractive wall and floor cupboards as well as an integrated hob and oven/grill. There is also plumbing for a washing machine. Double doors from the dining area lead to the rear decking and the garden beyond.
Next to the kitchen is the utility room with a range of storage units, plumbing for a washing machine, a cupboard housing the oil fired boiler and a door to the rear garden.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a shower room. The master bedroom overlooks the front of the house and also has cafe style shutters covering the window, there is also a fitted wardrobe.
A further double bedroom is situated at the rear of the property and enjoys views over the neighbouring farmland, whilst the comfortable third bedroom which is at the front of the property will accommodate a single bed and has a fitted cupboard.
The shower room has been refurbished in recent years and comprises a corner shower enclosure, a WC and a wash hand basin with storage space beneath, all finished in classic white.
At the rear of the property an area of decking adjoins the kitchen/dining room, perfect for entertaining during the summer months. There is also a range of mature and established shrubs and raised planters, an additional seating area is located in the far corner of the garden and a pathway leads to the front of the house.
The property is situated in Downside which forms part of the popular North Somerset village of Backwell. The location offers easy access to the cities of Bristol and Bath as well as the larger towns of Nailsea, Weston-super-Mare and Portishead, perfect for commuters.
Within the village of Backwell, there is a convenience store, petrol station, dentist, doctors, swimming pool and a Post Office. The village is also served by a mainline railway connection to Bristol Temple Meads and London Paddington. The neighbouring town of Nailsea offers a range of High Street and independent retailers including Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets, banks, coffee shops and a leisure centre. Backwell also offers highly regarded schooling at infant, junior and secondary levels. There are also a number of independent schools within the region including Clifton College, qeh and The Downs.
Bristol is approximately 9 miles away, the city is famed for its growing reputation within the business sector and is home to a number of large employers including Rolls-Royce and the mod. The diverse culture within the city make it an ideal destination for dining out, with a number of high quality restaurants and brassieres within the Clifton area and throughout the city. The city is also home to a number of iconic landmarks including Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge and the impressive ss Great Britain. The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta is held annually at the Ashton Court estate and attracts balloonists and spectators from all corners of the world.
Bristol also boasts a modern shopping centre in the heart of the city, Cabot Circus which offers a broad spectrum of shops and dining facilities as well as a cinema. On the northern side of the city just off junction 17 of the M5 is the regional shopping centre Cribbs Causeway, again offering a plethora of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.
The Heritage city of Bath is also within easy reach of the house. Famed for its Georgian architecture Bath is home to the Roman Baths and is a popular destination for locals and tourists. The city also boasts a racecourse for the racing enthusiasts.
The M5 motorway can be accessed via Junction 19 or 20. For those looking to travel further afield, Bristol International Airport offers regular domestic and international flights.
EPC band: B