A wonderful, warm and welcoming linked detached property located in this extremely popular location, situated very conveniently for bus routes, local village shops, the nearby train station and park and ride. The development was built circa 1999, the name of the Road is likely to have come from fields associated with the large house, "Wylam House" that was later renamed The Wyelands & now The Wylands, the meaning of the road name is Broad Meadow.
The property offers accommodation that consists lounge/dining room, separate kitchen, downstairs cloakroom, three double bedrooms and a bathroom. Externally there is a beautiful low maintenance gardens, garage and parking space.
Local Authority: Bristol Council Tel:
Council Tax Band: C
Services: Mains Water, Drainage, Gas and Electric.
Window to front, door to:
Window to front aspect, low level wc, wash hand basin.
Window to front aspect , fireplace, stairs rising to first floor
sliding patio doors leading to rear garden
Window to rear aspect, fitted with a range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces
Access to loft space
Window to front aspect , two built in wardrobes
Window to rear aspect
Window to front aspect, cupboard housing water tank
Window to rear aspect, panel bath with shower over, pedestal sink, low level wc
up and over door with courtesy door leading to rear garden
There are gardens to the rear and a large decking area.
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