From the front door you enter into the hallway, with stairs rising to the first floor landing and doors into the first two bedrooms, family bathroom and integral garage. Bedroom one has a window to the front, built in wardrobes and a door into the en-suite shower room. Bedroom two has a window to the side. Into the family bathroom, which comprises of a panelled bath, WC and wash hand basin.
Onto the first floor landing, where doors lead to the two reception rooms, final two bedrooms, kitchen, shower room and utility. The sitting room takes in the far reaching views over the town and into the distance. Similarly, the kitchen also enjoys the views and comprises a modern range of units with integrated cooker, gas hob and space for an undercounter fridge. The dining room has a window to the side and a door opening onto the garden. Bedrooms three and four are of a similar size, with bed four having a rear facing aspect and bed three, also used as a breakfast room enjoys the south and westerly views to the front. Finally, there is a shower room having a fully tiled enclosure, WC and wash hand basin, plus the utility room with a door also opening onto the rear terrace.
At the front, there is parking for two-three vehicles, up to the house and the single integral garage. On the left, shared steps with the adjoining property, open privately onto the lower terrace. Steps rise to second terrace, with a paved seating area, set back and enjoying the southerly aspect. Continuing on, the gardens are an absolute joy, with a sweeping lawn, passing a large rockery, planted with an array of mature shrubs. To the right is a seating area, which is perfectly placed to taking in stunning views, including the Abbey ruins, the towers of St Johns and St Benedicts church's, extending on into the far distance. The lawn continues on further to a stone circle, all of which, including the garden, enjoy a great degree of privacy.
The property is in an elevated setting approximately one quarter of a mile from the High Street with its good range of shops, restaurants, health centres, public houses etc. 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 outdoor swimming pools and the complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Access to the M5 (Junction 23 - Dunball) is 14 miles whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil 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 and then immediately right into Bove Town. Continue and take the first turning on the left into Rowley Road, then first right into Three Hill View.