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image  Hill Head, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6

image ££570 pcm

+ Fees

image 2 Bedrooms
image 1 Reception
image 1 Bathroom
image To Let


 Walking Distance Of Town Centre
 Two Double Bedrooms
 Courtyard Garden
 Night Storage Heating
 Partly Furnished
 Kitchen with Electric Cooker
 Lounge with Gas Fire
 White Bathroom Suite
 End of Terrace
 Viewing essential

Property Description

A charming two bedroom end terraced cottage situated within easy walking distance of the town centre and with a pretty courtyard garden. The property is part furnished.

The accommodation comprises:- Good sized entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and door into lounge which is a light and spacious room with a feature fireplace and a wall mounted gas fire.

The kitchen has arrange of white fronted floor and wall units, stainless steel sink unit, freestanding electric cooker and space for under counter fridge/freezer, and a door from leading into the rear courtyard.

On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom with white suite comprising of bath, WC and wash hand basin.

Outside the rear of the property is an enclosed courtyard.

The market town of Glastonbury offers a wide variety of amenities to cater for shopping in the High Street and a local supermarket. Communication links are excellent with access to the M5 some 15 miles distance and at Castle Cary main line trains run to London Paddington.

For an appointment to view, please call Lauren Patterson, Jean Moakes or Natasha Mears on 01749 372200 option 2.


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