ACCOMMODATION The property is accessed principally from the front elevation however a gate at the side gives access around to the rear garden. A uPVC obscure double glazed door opens in to a spacious reception hall featuring high ceiling with skylight window, parquet style flooring, loft access and doors opening off to all accommodation. The well-proportioned dual aspect living room enjoys a pleasant view across the rear gardens and access door, parquet flooring and ample space for a range of seating and display furniture. The focal point consists of chimney breast with recesses to either side, stone effect fireplace with recessed open fire. The kitchen/diner also enjoys a naturally light dual aspect to the side and rear with access door to the garden, fitted storage cupboard and a range of wall and base units with roll edge work surfaces and tiled splash backs, stainless steel drainer sink, access to the central heating boiler and space and plumbing for a washing machine, tall fridge freezer and freestanding electric cooker and hob. Plenty of room is provided for a dining table and chairs. The family bathroom has fully tiled walls and a suite comprising flush WC, pedestal wash basin and easy access bath with opening side panel and separate electric shower over. The three bedrooms are all of excellent proportions, housing double beds if required and feature fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has the added benefit of a skylight window for natural light, an airing cupboard and double doors opening in to an en-suite wet room with walk-in shower, flush WC, wash basin and ample space for freestanding storage furniture. This provides excellent potential for disabled access.
OUTSIDE The rear garden can be accessed from either side elevations through substantial privacy gates, or from doors opening from the kitchen/diner and the living room; all open out to a paved patio and pathway spanning the entire rear and side elevations, joining up with pedestrian access to the side of the garage. The garage has a double glazed window for natural light, power points and a range of fitted shelving and workbenches as well as an up and over door to the front. A pedestrian gate, as well as the garage door, opens through to a sheltered carport with a remote electric garage door of its own opening out to the front elevation. The front garden itself is relatively low-maintenance, partially laid to stone chippings and a small raised flower bed with a mixture of shrubs and bushes. The main gardens wrap around the side and rear of the property, enjoying a south facing aspect. Beyond the patio, which is ideal for entertaining, much of the garden is laid to well-maintained lawns bordered by vegetable plots and well-stocked flower beds, all fully enclosed by wood panel fencing. To the rear elevation there is external water supply and two electric awnings for shelter from the summer sunshine. These family friendly gardens provide something for buyers with children or pets or keen gardeners alike.
LOCATION Meare is an increasingly popular village, which enjoys a good community spirit. The excellent primary school is an attraction to young families and is currently rated as 'OFSTED' outstanding. The village is just three miles from Glastonbury and Street and village amenities include a part time Post Office service available at the church rooms, church & garage. There are many nearby walks and nature reserves and The Railway Inn is located on the road to Ashcott.
SERVICES Mains water, drainage and electric are connected and oil fired central heating is installed.
LOUNGE 15' 7 x 13' 3 max (4.75m x 4.04m)
BEDROOM 11' 9 x 10' + wardrobes (3.58m x 3.05m)
BATHROOM 8' 2 x 5' 4 (2.49m x 1.63m)
BEDROOM 11' 9 x 6' 10 + wardrobes (3.58m x 2.08m)
BEDROOM 11' 8 + wardrobes x 8' 7 max (3.56m x 2.62m)
WETROOM 8' x 5' 10 (2.44m x 1.78m)
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly via Cooper and Tanner on 01458 840416. If arriving early please wait to be greeted by a member of our team.
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