Plot 1, Bucklands Place, Nailsea

Property Description

A show-stopping 3 double-bedroom detached home featuring a separate study. The ground floor features a triple-aspect open-plan kitchen/dining/family area with French doors leading onto the patio and garden. The kitchen also benefits from a handy breakfast bar.

The home further benefits from a formal living room that has oversized French doors also leading onto the garden. Towards the back of the house is a separate utility room with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and convenient rear garden access.

Bedroom one features its own an en-suite and overlooks the garden whilst bedroom two has fabulous views of the woodland.  The first floor also features a contemporary family bathroom with Duravit sanitaryware and Vado  brassware.

Flooring included

Gated front garden, with woodland views

Garage and parking for two cars.

These EPC A rated homes include sustainable features such as solar PV panels which generate electricity from the sun, high performance windows to minimise heat loss and underfloor heating to the ground floor plus low-energy lighting to help cut running costs.


  • Open plan kitchen/dining/family area with access onto garden
  • Dual-aspect living room with doors onto garden
  • 3 double bedrooms
  • Separate study ideal for homeworking
  • Utility room with direct access to outside
  • Contemporary kitchen with Caesarstone worktop and integrated appliances
  • Flooring included with underfloor heating to ground floor
  • Solar PV panels
  • Energy efficiency EPC rated A
  • Garage and allocated parking for 2 cars

Price £725,000

Floor Plans

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KITCHEN/DINING/FAMILY   8.3M X 3.5M (27′ 3″ X 11′ 6″)

LIVING  5.8M X 4.4M  (19′ 0″ X 11′ 2″)



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BEDROOM 1   3.6M X 3.5M  (11′ 11″ X 11′ 6″)

BEDROOM 2  3.5M X 2.8M  (11′ 7″ X 9′ 2″)

BEDROOM 3   3.5M X 2.8M (11’7″ X 9′ 2″)

STUDY   3.6M X 2.4M (11′ 10″ X 7′ X 10″)

Specifications Overview

  • Contemporary fitted kitchens with integrated appliances
  • Modern open-plan living
  • High performance windows
  • Energy efficient EPC Rated A
  • Underfloor heating to ground floor
  • 100% low energy LED lighting
  • Garages and parking spaces
  • Located less than 10 miles away from Bristol and walking distance to train station
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Nailsea is a thriving town in Somerset,
located 9 miles southwest of Bristol, and 13 miles northeast of Weston-super-Mare. The town has excellent travel links for easy access to Bristol.
Surrounded by lush countryside, filled with community spirit and rich heritage.

Backwell Village

Backwell is a small village near Nailsea, there several amenities available including sports clubs, allotments, a village club, pubs and Backwell Lake.

Backwell Lake

Backwell Lake is a haven for a range of wildlife, including birds, wildflowers, dragonflies and bats along with beautiful scenic views. Situated between Backwell village and Nailsea, this site is open to the public at all times for visitors to enjoy.

Nailsea & Backwell Station

The new homes are only a 10-minute walk from the train station with services from Taunton to Cardiff Central, Weston Super Mare to Bristol Parkway and direct services to London Paddington.

Bristol Airport

For destinations even further afield, Bristol Airport is only 5 miles from the new homes with direct flights to Dublin, Barcelona, Paris, Rome, Venice, Madrid and many more.


Clevedon is a small coastal Victorian town in North Somerset. Attractions include Clevedon Pier, which is England’s only Grade 1 listed pier and is over 150 years old.


Portishead is a coastal town on the Severn Estuary. Nestled in the Gordano Valley, with wooded hills on one side and the coast with views across the Bristol Channel to Wales on the other.
With seafront attractions ranging from a open air swimming pool, boating lake set in beautiful grounds to a modern harbour with water sport facilities and an array of shops, bars and restaurants.


Bristol is a vibrant city, the close proximity of the new homes means you have easy access to all that the city offers right on your doorstep. There are numerous attractions including the SS Great Britain, Clifton Suspension Bridge and Ashton Court.


Discover a wide range of shops in Bristol from independent, high street to designer in the Broadmead district and plethora of cafes and restaurants.

Backwell C of E Junior School

offering excellent education for ages 11-18, emphasizing academic success, extracurricular activities, and Christian values in a supportive and inclusive environment.

Nailsea School

A 10 minute drive providing quality education for students aged 11-18. Known for its strong community focus, modern facilities, and diverse extracurricular activities, it fosters academic and personal growth.