This characterful Grade II listed family home is privately situated at the end of a no through road on the outskirts of the town. Over the years the cottage has been extended to provide more space on the ground and first floor. The ground floor has wooden floors fitted, stripped wooden doors and in places original wood beams. The kitchen is a good size appointed with a range of units beneath a curved work top, with space for a dishwasher. There is a built-in oven and a five-burner gas hob inset. From here doors open into the sitting room and conservatory. At the far end there is a gas fired boiler and a wooden staircase rising to the first floor. The siting room features an open fireplace inset into the chimney breast, with double doors opening into a 2nd reception room and the front entrance door opens into the main garden. The conservatory/garden room could be used for ancillary accommodation due to the fact it has an adjacent shower room.
On the first floor the split-level landing has doors off to a bedroom that includes a shower enclosure and the family bathroom that is fitted with a white suite and benefits from an ante room with a built-in airing cupboard. Further doors lead off to the three remaining bedrooms, another of which has a shower enclosure.
The property is situated with its rear entrance door leading off a shared driveway, providing access via a double opening gate to the side of the main garden. A further gate with parking in front opens to extra parking. This is adjacent to the main garden, which is predominantly laid to lawn and fully enclosed by a high stone wall. There are mature trees and borders with a vegetable plot and garden shed around to the side. Access to the house is gained through the rear kitchen door or what was most likely the original front entrance door.
The property is conveniently located being within a level walk of the town centre with its good range of shops, restaurants, public houses, health centres, supermarkets and cafes. Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and is some 6 miles from the Cathedral City of Wells. Street is 2 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including both indoor and open air swimming pools, Strode College and Strode theatre. Access to the M5 motorway can be gained at Junction 23 (Dunball) some 14 miles distant, whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
On entering Glastonbury Street/Bridgwater, at the Wirral Park roundabout (B & Q on the left) take the second exit onto the bypass. Continue to the second roundabout and the first turning on the left signposted to Meare. After a short distance there is a sharp left hand turn before the bridge. The property will be at the far end of the road on the left hand side, identified by our 'For Sale' board.