Located in this stunning and secluded backwater in Chelvey on the edge of Backwell enjoying a semi-rural, yet not isolated position with all local amenities, the excellent primary and secondary schools, and Backwell and Nailsea mainline train station nearby. This detached home enjoys a glorious position plus spacious and light accommodation throughout whilst enjoying magnificent gardens all in ½ an acre. Originally built in the 1930s, the ground floor includes porch, entrance hall, ground-floor WC, open-plan Living/Dining/ Kitchen (which has patio doors opening on to the patio and a wood burning stove), utility room and two generous bedrooms both with En-Suites. Upstairs you will find a feature galleried landing with open views over local countryside towards St Bridgets Church, two further double bedrooms and a separate shower room. To the side and rear, the property benefits from beautifully maintained level gardens with an expanse of lawn with well-tendered borders, a raised patio area and vegetable plot. Furthermore, the property comes with a detached home office, planning permission and works commenced on an extension incorporating a double garage, but could become a self- contained annex subject to building regulation approval. There is also level off-street parking for many vehicles via the gravel driveway. Offered with no onward chain this is sure to appeal to families, those looking to house a dependent relative, or work from home.
The mature and beautifully kept large south-facing garden is a delight and is laid to lawn, with mature trees, a variety of fruit trees, shrubs and an abundance of flowers. The large patio area with pergola overlooking the gardens and a sunken pond is ideal for outdoor entertaining. There is also a further patio facing west with many raised beds for growing vegetables and a garden shed.