From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the split level landing, theres is a stripped and exposed wooden floor, cloakroom on the right where there is also an opening into the kitchen family room, and then on the left, a door into the sitting room. Here there is a feature fireplace housing a wood burning stove, window to the front and 'French' doors opening onto the garden. The kitchen/family room forms a major part of the extension, being the hub of the house and providing a range of gloss fronted base and drawer units, with integrated Bosh double ovens and induction hob. Space for a dishwasher, fridge and upright fridge freezer. Oak floors and dual aspect windows. Deep recess with, ideal for a settee. Stairs in one corner descend to a lower ground floor level and a further opening to a utility extension. Here there is also a range of gloss fronted units with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. Dual aspect windows. Off the kitchen is a rear porch with a door to the garden and a further door into a gym/office, which has a reinforced wooden floor and a window to the rear.
Lower ground floor
The lower ground floor/basement level, created at the same time as the two storey extension and offers a great degree of flexible uses, including a home office, having a window to the rear.
Onto the first floor, where there is a split level landing. On the right side, there are two bedrooms, including the master bed with dual aspect windows including views over roof tops to the Mendip Hills, also benefiting from a range of built in wardrobes. Also here is bedroom four, having views over the rear garden and a separate shower room. Back over the landing into the old part of the house with bedrooms two and five, both having front aspects, bedroom two also having built in wardrobes and over bed cupboards. Bedroom three has a window overlooking the rear garden. Finally, the family bathroom comprises of a panelled bath, wash hand basin and a WC.
At the front, the garden is laid with loose chippings, retained behind a low stone wall and has a path leading to the front porch. At the rear, there is ample driveway parking for 3-4 cars, up to the double garage. There are two up and over doors, both having power/light supplied. A gate opens into the garden, having a lawn to the right, an enclosed play/kennel area on the left and then a larger gravel seating and BBQ entertaining space. Steps then lead to a raised patio, extending from the rear of the house.
The property is situated on the popular Thorndun Development approximately three quarters of a mile from the town centre with its good range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, public houses and health centres. The historic town of 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 Strode College, Strode Theatre, both indoor and open air swimming pools and the complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Access to the M5 motorway can be gained at Juction 23 (Dunball) some 14 miles distant whilst Bristol, Bath and Taunton are all within commuting distance.
From the town centre, proceed up the HIgh Street passing St John's Church on the left. At the top of the hill turn left into Wells Road and Continue for approximately three quarters of a mile and turn left into Underwood Road where the property will shortly be found on the left hand side.