The front entrance door opens into the hall, enjoying an ash floor, which extends into the kitchen and dining room. Stairs rise to the first floor, then doors open into the kitchen and sitting room. This has a stripped and exposed wooden floor, feature fireplace with inset woodburning stove, shelved and arched recesses, window to the front. On into the kitchen, which comprises a modern range of units with wooden work surfaces over, space and plumbing for a gas fired range cooker, dishwasher and upright fridge/freezer. A stable door opens into the garden, before an archway continues on into the dining room. Here there is a fireplace with wood burning stove, useful understair recess with home working space and a window to the rear. Finally on the ground floor is a utility room, incorporating a cloakroom, plumbing for the washing machine and a tumble drier.
From the first floor landing, doors lead off to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. There is also a velux roof light, shelved recess, large airing cupboard housing the 'Vaillant' gas fired combi boiler and a further deep store cupboard. Bedrooms one and three are at the rear with windows looking out over the garden, bed one also has a stripped wooden floor and overstair cupboard. Bedrooms two and three have front facing aspects, with bed two having a raised built in bed with work space underneath. Finally, the bathroom comprises of a white suite including a panelled bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
From the kitchen stable door, there is a courtyard with wood store and stone steps up to the mainly walled garden. Offering ample width and depth, the garden is laid to lawn, but is interspersed by a variety of delightful mature flowering shrubs and plants, as well as mature fruit trees including medlar and apple. A path then continues onto the foot, where there are vegetable and fruit beds, green house and implement store.
Glastonbury is an historic centre famous for its Tor, picturesque Abbey ruins and many legends. The town provides an eclectic mix of shops along with restaurants and pubs, mainstream supermarkets, health centres, modern library, primary schooling and St Dunstans secondary school. The neighbouring town of Street offers a further choice of shopping with Clarks Village, Strode Sixth Form College and Strode Theatre. Millfield Junior School is on the edge of Glastonbury at Edgarley and Chilkwell Street is equally convenient for Millfield Senior School in Street.
From the town centre, proceed up the High Street passing St John's Church on the left. At the top of the hill, turn right into Lambrook Street and continue to the mini-roundabout. Take the first exit signposted to Shepton Mallet, continuing along Chilkwell Street heading towards the Chalice Well on the left, whereby you will find no.69, also on the left.