DESCRIPTION An extended and well-presented four bedroom end of terrace modern house, pleasantly situated in a cul-de-sac position within the popular village of Evercreech. Conveniently located with a range of local shops and amenities a short walk away, the property offers flexible living accommodation, off road parking and good size garden.
On entering the property, there is a hall with staircase to the first floor accommodation and door into sitting room. Enjoying plenty of natural light, the sitting room has a double glazed window to the front and leads through to the kitchen / dining room. The kitchen has been opened up into an adjoining conservatory (offering a dining area) fitted with a range of matching floor and wall units, work surface with tiling behind, stainless steel drainer sink unit, integrated dishwasher, built in oven and hob with extractor hood over. In addition, there is a large under stairs cupboard and separate utility area, which also houses the boiler for the gas central heating. Also located on the ground floor is a shower room with WC and a double bedroom, which could equally be used as an office or additional reception room.
On the first floor, the Master bedroom is located at the front of the property and adjoins the family bathroom, which is fitted with a matching white suite. An internal room with window to the rear, is a particularly useful space currently utilised as a TV room. There are two further bedrooms on the first floor; a double and a good size single.
OUTSIDE To the front of the property, there is driveway parking for three vehicles. The rear garden is a generous size, predominantly laid to lawn and enclosed to all sides by panelled fencing.
LOCATION Evercreech is a large and thriving Mendip village providing many amenities such as a Cooperative mini-supermarket, Bakery, Pharmacy, Motor Repair Garage, Doctors Surgery and a well-regarded Primary School with a 'Good' Ofsted Rating. The village is situated close to Shepton Mallet, Castle Cary and Bruton with easy access from the A371. The cities of Bath and Bristol are within reasonable commuting distance to the north and the A303 is also within easy reach. There is a main line train station at Castle Cary (4 miles away) with regular and direct services to London. There is also frequent bus services that visit Shepton Mallet and the neighbouring towns.
DIRECTIONS From Shepton Mallet, proceed out on town on the Cannard's Grave Road to the roundabout, turning right onto the A37. At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto the A371 towards Castle Cary. Opposite the Royal Bath & West Showground, turn left signposted Evercreech and head into the village. Turn right opposite the village pharmacy into Leighton Lane, after a short distance take a right into Westbrook Vale. Take the second turning on the right and number 30 can be found at the foot of the cul-de-sac.