This unique, semi-detached property occupies a position in a premier location in Nailsea, neighboured by numerous high value properties, and has easy access to the amenities in the town centre.

North Somerset Times: The kitchen has a classic look with an excellent range of units

The four-bedroom period home, named Maytree House, was built in 1908 and has been significantly enlarged in more recent years. The house has enormous character blending attractive period details with modern styling, and there are many interesting architectural details and features such as the hexagonal dining room with a hexagonal bay window and high vaulted ceilings. The property is being brought to market for the first time in 50 years.

North Somerset Times: The rear garden has been beautifully landscaped

Inside, the entrance hallway gives an immediate impression of light and space. The living room is light and spacious with a double aspect, while the hexagonal dining room is a unique space with an interesting layout, an Edwardian fireplace, a moulded cornice and a deep bay window.

The kitchen has a classic look with an excellent range of units, extensive work surfaces and several integrated appliances. This leads to a conservatory of excellent proportions.

The principal bedroom suite can be found on the ground floor, along with a family bathroom. The bedroom has a high vaulted ceiling, a private dressing room and French doors that open to the rear garden.

The first floor accommodation is divided into two distinct wings with a guest suite accessed via a spiral staircase from the hallway. This bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, an arched window, a range of fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room. The main staircase leads up to two further bedrooms, one being a double, the other a single with a period fireplace.

Outside, the beautifully landscaped rear garden features a sheltered paved terrace that flows into a decking area next to the conservatory. A level lawn stretches away from the house to the west and has several well-shaped borders that are abundant with specimen shrubs and bushes. Two further gravelled terraces add extra interest and a substantial summer house sits at the bottom of the garden.

At the front, the gravelled forecourt provides ample space for parking and leads to an integral garage.

Maytree House, Station Road, Nailsea

Guide Price: £725,000

Agent: Hensons

Agent's Tel: 01275 810030