DESCRIPTION An extended and well-presented detached 1950s home, with a large kitchen/diner, utility room and off-road parking, all within easy reach of the High Street.
Following significant extensions, the internal accommodation is perfectly tailored for family living. The centrally positioned kitchen/dining room comprises a white suite with space provided for a fridge/freezer, cooker, dishwasher and space for a large dining room table with chairs. Off here is a separate utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and good range of base units. There is further access to a useful shower room with WC, featuring a contemporary suite. The lounge is presented to an excellent standard and enjoys a bay fronted westerly aspect, flame effect electric fire and rear access to a sun room with a door leading out to the patio.
Four bedrooms, an en-suite shower room and the family bathroom are all located on the first floor. Forming part of the two-storey extension, the master suite enjoys views over the rear garden and is serviced by an en-suite shower room, fitted with a modern white suite.
Access to a partially boarded loft, storage cupboard and the airing cupboard can all be found on the landing.
OUTSIDE Set back in the centre of its plot, the property enjoys an attractive frontage, with a tarmacadam driveway providing plenty of space for parking. To the side of the house is a secure gate, leading through to the rear garden.
To the rear of the property is a patio spanning the width of the house, with a side patio providing a great spot for alfresco dining. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and is bordered by some decorative plants, trees and hedging. A gravelled area with fruit trees and a timber shed is located at the far end of the garden.
LOCATION The market town of Glastonbury offers a wide variety of amenities to cater for shopping in the High Street and a local supermarket. There is schooling from primary through to secondary with further education available at the nearby Strode College. Communication links are excellent with access to the M5 some 15 miles distance and at Castle Cary mainline trains run to London Paddington
DIRECTIONS From our Glastonbury office, proceed to the top of the High Street and turn left onto Wells Road. Continue along the road, passing the turning for Leg Of Mutton road. This property is on the right hand side.
SERVICES All mains services connected
EPC RATING 'D'
COUNCIL TAX BAND E