Rose Cottage, Watery Lane, Nailsea

Guide Price: £595,000

Agent: Hensons

Agent's Tel: 01275 810030

This attractive 18th-century period property sits on a quiet no-through lane in the historic and sought-after old village area of Nailsea. The house is conveniently located in the centre of Nailsea, being a 15-minute walk away, while there is easy access to miles of walks in the surrounding open countryside.

North Somerset Times: There is a bright, traditional farmhouse-style kitchen

The characterful house, named Rose Cottage, has been the subject of a programme of restoration over a span of twenty years and in that time, it has been tastefully enhanced with carefully designed 21st-century additions that blend well with the original main wing of the house.

Inside, the property is finely presented and despite its good proportions, it retains an intimate cottage atmosphere, a testament to the skilful renovation. On the ground floor, there are three spacious reception rooms and a bright, traditional farmhouse-style kitchen.

North Somerset Times: The south-facing rear cottage garden is bathed in sunlight throughout the day

On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms, a versatile single bedroom or study and a family bathroom. The principal bedroom benefits from an ensuite shower room.

Outside, the quaint front garden is enclosed by a low stone wall and features gravel paths, mature shrubs, and a beautiful selection of roses.

The south-facing rear cottage garden is bathed in sunlight throughout the day. A flagstone patio extends from the rear of the property, flanked by local stone walls, and there’s a series of steps that lead up to the lawn. Framed by additional local stone walls, evergreen hedges, and an attractive assortment of shrubs and bushes, the lawn is complemented by shaped borders, creating a picturesque outdoor space.

The driveway provides space for parking and there is an integral garage.

The property comes with no onward chain.