Guide Price £950,000
Causeway View, Nailsea Bristol, BS48
A beautiful Grade II listed Farmhouse filled with charm and style, enjoying secluded gardens and several outbuildings including a two bedroom annex, fitness suite and hot tub.
Dating back to the 1500's Old Kingshill Farm is hidden behind electric gates and down a long flagstone driveway. The stunning property flawlessly blends period features with modern design and offers flexible accommodation all within outstanding privacy.
Greeted by a covered porch and riveted wooden door, you're welcomed in to a large reception hall with space to sit. Double doors then lead you through to a cosy yet spacious sitting room with two dramatic fireplaces both with log burning stoves and exposed wooden features. From the sitting room an arched doorway flows through to a grand dining room, perfect for entertaining or relaxing on the window seat next to another fireplace and overlooking the garden.
The kitchen is easily accessed off the dining room and has been modernised without losing any of it's period character. Original beams and doors mix well with modern contemporary cupboards and built-in Smeg appliances. The fourth bedroom currently used as a study and a stylish shower room complete the ground floor accommodation.
Two spiral staircases located at each end of the house provide access to the first floor. Here, three generous double bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes and a luxurious bathroom with roll top bath and separate walk-in shower are found, all overlooking the stunning grounds.
Opposite the Farmhouse is a detached barn, recently converted into an annex and large garage. To the ground floor of the annex is an impressive open-plan kitchen reception room with oak floor, beautifully fitted oak kitchen and granite worktops. Wall lights and an stunning oak staircase take you to the first floor where a large landing provides access to two double bedrooms, each with their own showers and wash hand basins and a separate WC. The large garage has electric roller doors and provides a great space for storage or a workspace.
Outside, four further outbuildings include a fitness suite/utility room also used as a summer kitchen, Nordic sauna, store room, workshop, outside WC and a covered hot tub. Picturesque gardens wrap around the main house with lawns, shrub and flower boarders and several patios for enjoying the sun or shade.
Nailsea is located approximately 8 miles southwest of Bristol and 11 miles northeast of the seaside resort of Weston-super-Mare. Historically the town was known for coal mining and glass work production, today it is favoured for its excellent primary and secondary schools, shops, cafes and transport links to Bristol, the M5 corridor, Bristol Airport and trains from Nailsea & Backwell Train Station. The station provides Great Western services to Bristol Temple Meads, Weston-super-Mare, Cardiff and London Paddington.
Popular haunts include The Coates House café bar, The Blue Flame pub, Scotch Horn Leisure Centre and Millennium Park. Familiar stores like Waitrose, Tesco’s, Boots and Costa Coffee are also situated in the town centre, surrounded by a variety of independently run shops and businesses, a library and a post office. There are two fish and chip shops, one in the High Street and one a short distance from the town centre. The town centre hosts a weekly market every Tuesday and a popular Farmers’ Market on the third Saturday of each month. Churches include the 14th-century Holy Trinity Church; Christ Church which was built in 1843; St Francis RC Church and Nailsea Baptist Church.
Council Tax Band G
Gas Central Heating