This 1930's property has come onto the market and offers well-presented accommodation throughout with the added benefit of already having the kitchen and dining opened up to make a lovely social space. At the front an entrance door opens into an entrance vestibule, that in turn opens into the hall. From here stairs rise to the first floor and original 1930's panelled doors lead off to the lounge, featuring a chimney breast with a wood burning stove and a bay window to the front. The kitchen has been fitted with a range of modern units with space for a fridge/freezer, cooker with extractor above, space and plumbing for a washing machine as well as an integrated dishwasher. A window overlooks the garden with an opening and walk through to the dining room, providing ample space for a table and chairs and with glazed double doors opening into the rear garden.
The first floor landing has access to the loft space that is partly boarded with a ladder and light. Doors lead off to the three bedrooms and family bathroom. Bedrooms one and two have both been fitted with floor to ceiling wardrobes that include hanging rails and shelving, bedroom three has a front aspect. The stylish bathroom is fully tiled and is appointed with a white suite comprising of a fully tiled shower enclosure with mains fed shower, enamel bath with extending hand shower, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and a WC. Heated towel radiator.
At the front there is driveway parking for approx 3 cars extending down to the single garage (15'9" x 8'5") that has a metal up and over door and a further door to the rear garden. The house is well set back from the road, behind a low stone wall and lawned garden.
At the rear, the garden extends some 75ft from the house. In the bottom corner you will find a large decked area, taking full advantage of the afternoon and evening the sun through the spring and summer months. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and further benefits from a timber garden shed which also has power supplied.
The property is situated on the outskirts of the town with its good range of shops, restaurants, health centres, supermarkets and public houses. The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and lies some 6 miles south fo the Cathedral City of Wells. Street is approximately 2 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including Strode College, Strode Theatre, both indoor and open air swimming pools and the complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Access to the M5 motorway can be gained at Junction 23 (Dunball) some 14 miles, whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
From the town centre proceed up the High Street and at the top of the hill turn left into Wells Road. Continue passing the Avalon Garage on your right hand side where the property can then be found a short distance further along on the left hand side.