From the open verandah with feature wrought iron work, a traditional part glazed door opens into the reception hall. Here there is a lovely turned staircase rising to the first floor and a quarry tiled floor which extends on into the kitchen/breakfast room. The principle reception rooms are all accessed from the hall, with the sitting room having a square bay, secondary glazed window to the front and an open cast iron fireplace. A wide opening leads into the dining room, having a wooden block floor, open tiled fireplace, serving hatch to the kitchen, then double doors lead out into the garden room. Forming part of the rear extension, the garden room provides a flexible addition to the living space, having double doors out onto the patio and garden. A further opening here takes you into the kitchen/breakfast room, fitted with a quality range of 'John Frankin' units, having quartz work surfaces over, integrated 'Neff' hob, oven and microwave. Space for a dishwasher and upright fridge/freezer. The breakfast room provides ample space for table or for a home working station. Finally, a door opens into the utility room having plumbing for the washing machine, tumble drier and doors into the cloakroom and rear garden.
Onto the first floor landing, where stairs continue on up to the second floor landing. Stripped and exposed panelled doors with matching architraves, open to the two bedrooms and family bathroom. Bedroom one enjoys an exposed wooden floor and secondary glazed square bay window to the front. Bedroom two has a rear facing aspect with far reaching westerly views, plus an exposed wooden floor. The bathroom enjoys a lovely roll top bath, as well as a separate shower enclosure, WC and wash hand basin. From the second floor landing, there are two bedrooms. Bedroom three has a front facing window and three storage cupboards, bedroom four enjoys lovely elevated views over the town and beyond, but also provides the perfect home working space.
The house is set back from Wells Road behind an enclosed garden with a footpath up to the front door. At the rear, the garden is accessed from the garden room and utility. Here there is a secluded, terraced patio that takes in the westerly sun, before stepping down to the main garden, which in its own right also enjoys a southerly aspect and sunlight through the majority of the day. Centrally there is a feature pond, surrounded by an array of mature plants and shrubs, before an archway covered by a mature rose, extends into a more secluded garden and seating area, where a gate provides a pedestrian rear access.
The property is situated in an elevated position approximately a mile from the town centre with its good range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, public houses and health centres. The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and is 6 miles from the Cathedral City of Wells. The thriving centre of Street is 2.5 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including Strode College, Strode Theatre, both indoor and outdoor swimming pools and the complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. The M5 motorway can be accessed at Junction 23 (Dunball) some 14 miles whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are within commuting distance.
From the centre of town, proceed to the top of the High Street and turn left. You will then find number 7, approximately 100 yards along on the left hand side.