Well-presented, large three-bedroom cottage

 Exterior of a part-brick, part-rendered cottage in North Lane, Nailsea, with fence border and side lawn.

The pretty exterior of the part-brick, part-rendered cottage - Credit: Pring & Co

A characterful three-bedroom cottage with a light and airy open-plan living area and south-facing garden in a quiet cul-de-sac in Nailsea.  

The property comprises; an entrance hall, sitting-dining room and kitchen on the ground floor, while the first floor houses the bedrooms and an immaculate bathroom. 

Empty open-plan living room-sitting room with wooden floor, stone fireplace with wood burning stove and French doors.

The open-plan sitting-dining room has a beautiful stone-surround fireplace with wood burner - Credit: Pring & Co

An inglenook stone fireplace with slate hearth and wood burner is the focal point of the spacious open-plan reception room, which has French doors opening onto a smart slate patio and the back garden beyond. 

A Rangemaster cooker with extractor hood, integrated dishwasher and microwave, plus space for a large American-style fridge-freezer, fill the Shaker-style kitchen. The room has a slate floor, providing a seamless transition to the same patio via a door.  

Back garden of the cottage in North Lane, Nailsea has a slate patio, gravel path and fence behind

The garden has an unusual slate patio - Credit: Pring & Co

A lawned front garden has bushes and shrubs, while the back garden contains another patio, a lawn, shed, gravel areas and borders. 

The cottage also benefits from parking and no onward chain. 

An empty open-plan dining area of a sitting room/dining room with French doors, staircase and wooden floor.

The open-plan sitting-dining room is flooded with light from French doors - Credit: Pring & Co


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Price: £379,950 

Location: North Lane, Nailsea 

Agent: Pring & Co, 01275 880550 


back garden to side of white rendered cottage in North Lane, Nailsea, with lawn, gravel areas and borders.

The back garden features a lawn, gravel areas and borders - Credit: Pring & Co