West End is a rural hamlet on the cusp of Nailsea town centre and close to Backwell and more pertinently Bristol City Centre that is only 9 miles distant. Within proximity there is a wide array of amenity including schools, predominantly state although there are independents in Wraxall and Bristol itself. For travel, Nailsea and Backwell train station have services to many cities nationwide, whilst the airport offers international links to many European cities. For those that enjoy sporting pursuits, there are golf courses and equestrian centres nearby as well as bridle paths and footpaths.
Believed to date in part to the 17th century with later additions, this delightful period cottage is set within beautifully enclosed grounds of circa half and acre, surrounded by farmland and open countryside. The home has been within the same family ownership for over forty years and is now offered with no onward chain.
Believed to be one of the oldest properties in this popular hamlet of West End which is just a short 2 mile drive to Nailsea town centre offering a host of amenities and within easy reach of Backwell mainline rail station, providing a regular service to Bristol and London, Paddington. Within the characterful home there are some fine period features that include a deep set inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and stone work. The homes sits almost centrally within its grounds of which afford a good deal of privacy and are perfect for entertaining large numbers of family and friends. The property is approached via a pillared gateway with a long paved driveway, providing parking for a number of vehicles in addition to the double garage. The lawned front garden is interspersed with a variety of mature trees and shrubs and a stone archway leads through to the main garden area to the rear with sheltered sun terraces immediately adjacent to the house. The heated swimming pool lies alongside a large veranda and the majority of the garden is enclosed by attractive stone walling with lovely glimpses beyond of the open farmland.
A generous inner reception hallway leads to a large kitchen breakfast room with breakfast bar forming part of a separate island unit. All the ground floor rooms are of a good size and command good views over the rear garden. At the far end of the property is a fully glazed family room which is flooded with natural light and provides a good link with the garden, specifically designed for summer entertaining but with a wood burning stove for year round use. There are staircases at either end of the property and a noteworthy feature is the large balcony set off the principal bedroom, with a lovely outlook over the gardens, pool and countryside beyond. Set along side the garage is a 19ft 4 utility/workshop room with a gardeners cloakroom alongside.