Offered with no onward chain and located in this desirable and peaceful residential area of Backwell surrounded by excellent local schools and amenities whilst backing on to the local Backwell Hill Woodland, this family home is immaculately presented and has been beautifully converted by the current owners from a c1940s two bedroom bungalow. The accommodation is well-presented throughout and includes recently fitted bathrooms and modern kitchen along with exposed wood flooring from the 1940s era. The ground floor offers versatile accommodation with a WC, two reception rooms plus a kitchen/dining room, and a ground floor bedroom with en-suite which may be useful for a dependant relative or teenager. There are three further bedrooms and family bathroom to the first floor. The master bedroom is a delight, enjoying a modern en-suite with superb open outlook to the rear over the surrounding woodland whilst all bedrooms benefit from excellent storage facility in the eaves.
French doors lead out from the kitchen and sitting room to a pleasant and extremely private rear garden including a generous level lawn over two shallow terraces with patio and further decked seating area, ideal for those summer BBQs. There is a range of mature and established hedges and borders with a garden pond and path leading up to a garden shed. There is also a gate at the rear providing direct access into the green belt land and fields behind, providing access into the local woodland with many walks over public footpaths and bridleways. There is gated side access to one side. To the front is a block-paved driveway with level lawn and mature hedging. There is also access to a single garage with up and over door. The garage contains lighting, and a useful utility area with a range of built-in storage and space and plumbing for washing machine plus stainless steel circular sink, a wall-mounted gas combination boiler and RCD electric fuse board.
Backwell is located just c7 miles from Bristol City Centre and is an active village community with excellent facilities, both the junior and comprehensive schools enjoy an excellent reputation, there are good Sports facilities and shops and the Nailsea & Backwell station provides easy rail links to Bristol Temple Meads (approx. 10 minutes) Bath and London, Paddington (circa 2 hours). Bristol International Airport in also nearby with national and international flights whilst the motorway network is accessible at either junction 20 or 21 of the M5. Nearby Nailsea offers a large Tesco and Waitrose. The area is ideal for those wishing to enjoy village life with plenty of opportunity for country pursuits such as walking, riding, wildlife and the enjoyment of local beauty spots.