Moseley Grove, Uphill, Weston-super-Mare

Guide Price: £440,000

Agent: David Plaister

Agent’s Tel: 01934 815053

This fine, semi-detached, period property occupies a spot in a sought-after cul-de-sac in the popular village of Uphill, with easy access to the beach and local amenities. It is within walking distance of the nearby Uphill Hill which provides an expansive view of the nature reserve and towards South Wales.

Weston Mercury: The contemporary kitchen flows into the bright garden room

The three-bedroom family home is believed to have been built in circa 1932, and inside there are many fine examples of its age as several characterful features have been carefully retained.

Inside, the house is presented to a very high standard and provides flexible, light and bright accommodation throughout. Contemporary fixtures and fittings sit well alongside the period features such as the fireplaces.

Weston Mercury: The house is beautifully presented throughout

The living room is located at the front of the house and has a lovely bay window, wood-effect laminate flooring, and a feature fireplace with a tiled hearth and hardwood mantle. This adjoins an impressive, contemporary, open plan kitchen/sitting room with grey tiled flooring, recently re-fitted units, quartz work surfaces and a breakfast bar. This flows seamlessly into a bright garden room, with a sky light window, that is currently arranged as a stylish dining area.

On the first floor, there are three bedrooms with super proportions and a luxury contemporary family bathroom with a quality white suite.

The enclosed rear garden offers a good degree of privacy, featuring an expanse of lawn, flower beds and a raised patio which is a perfect place to soak up the sun. A useful outbuilding can be found at the bottom of the garden which provides a handy space for storage.

The property also benefits from ample parking space on the front driveway.