ACCOMMODATION The property is accessed from the front elevation where the main entrance is sheltered by a storm porch and a door opens in to a light and airy reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor and two generous storage cupboards. Doors from here open in to a cloakroom with flush WC and wash hand basin upon vanity unit and to the kitchen which is naturally light, enjoying a southerly aspect across the rear garden with access out to the deck. The kitchen itself comprises an attractive modern range of fitted wall and base units with roll edge work surfaces and tiled splash backs over, counter top lighting, stainless steel drainer sink with mixer tap and space for a freestanding electric cooker with cooker hood over. Integral appliances include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The spacious dual aspect sitting room has a beautifully light and airy feel with large rear facing windows and ample space for a wide range of seating and display furniture. The focal point is an attractive fireplace with wooden mantle, tiled surround and integral electric fire. A door continues through to a spacious dual aspect dining room with large double doors opening out on the garden and providing a great entertaining space with room for a large table and chairs and range of display furniture.
The first floor landing has access to the airing cupboard and loft access via ceiling hatch. Doors open to the family shower room which is beautifully presented and also features separate access to the airing cupboard, heated towel rail and a suite comprising flush WC, wash hand basin upon large vanity unit and a double width shower cubicle with electric shower over. The three bedrooms are all of excellent proportions and can accommodate double beds, as well as a range of furniture. The master bedroom has a selection of fitted wardrobes and drawers providing a wealth of storage.
OUTSIDE To the front elevation is a small low-maintenance garden laid to stone chippings with space for potted plants and a side access gate leading to the rear garden. To the other side is a driveway providing off-road parking for one vehicle and access via up and over door to the garage. This longer than average single garage provides plenty of space for a car and additional utility area at the rear with the benefit of a power supply. There is also a range of fitted cupboards and work surfaces making an ideal workshop and a boarded roof void for potential storage. The rear garden can be accessed from the kitchen or from the dining room as well as side path and pedestrian door from the garage. The corner plot is a true selling feature of the property, wrapping around the side and rear and enjoying a good degree of privacy to all sides despite the relatively open aspect. At the side a generous lawned area with children's climbing frame provides an excellent family space and beyond an attractive landscaped area laid to stone chippings and raised deck with summer house makes a great focal point. At the rear elevation, from the kitchen, there are two further large decked areas enjoying a southerly aspect and making a great entertaining spot. The borders, laid to stone chippings, are also well-stocked with attractive flowers and the entire garden is enclosed to high level wood panel fencing, creating a both child and pet friendly space. The larger than average nature of the plot provides ample room for extension of the internal accommodation if required (STPP).
SERVICES Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected. Gas central heating is installed.
LOCATION The highly regarded village of Butleigh is located just three miles south of Glastonbury & Street and within a easy reach of the A303 & M5. The village provides a shop and sub post office, a public house and church, as well as a thriving cricket club. There is also a popular village primary school and easy access to the renowned Millfield preparatory and senior schools. The neighbouring towns of Glastonbury and Street offer excellent shopping and leisure facilities including Clarks Village Factory Outlets, as well as a range of secondary education options.
DINING ROOM 13' 11" x 11' 8" (4.24m x 3.56m)
SITTING ROOM 17' 11" x 14' (5.46m x 4.27m)
KITCHEN 9' 11" x 8' 6" (3.02m x 2.59m)
CLOAKROOM 5' x 4' 4" (1.52m x 1.32m)
SHOWER ROOM 10' 4" max + airing cupboard x 6' max (3.15m x 1.83m)
BEDROOM ONE 13' 8" x 8' 6" (4.17m x 2.59m)
BEDROOM TWO 10' 6" x 9' (3.2m x 2.74m)
BEDROOM THREE 10' 5" x 8' 6" (3.18m x 2.59m)
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