As is often common with houses of this period, you enter the house through a vestibule hall, opening into the main entrance hall. Stairs rise to the first floor, with doors opening into the lounge and sitting room. One of the many attractive features running from the hall into the two reception rooms is the restored 'Herring bone' block floor. Both rooms also feature attractive fireplaces, with the sitting room benefiting from a bay window to the front and the lounge opening into a dining area, which has an extension with a glazed roof and door into the garden. Finally on the ground floor is an opening into the kitchen, fitted with modern oak units with integrated appliances including a five ring gas hob, electric oven and extractor hood. Another feature here is the granite floor which extends on into another extension. On the first floor there are three spacious bedrooms, two at the rear with views to Wearyall Hill and a double at the front with a bay window and stripped wooden floor. The bathroom affords a white suite with the enamel bath having an extending hand shower.
The property is just set back from the footpath, having an open plan frontage to charming sandstone facade.
The garden is situated to the rear and enjoys a sunny southerly aspect. An enclosed decking area extends from the dining area, with steps down to the main garden. This is enclosed behind a newly erected panel fencing down to the , where there is hardstanding for one vehicle. To one side there is a greenhouse, with further vegetable and well established shrub beds. Furthermore there are outside water taps to both the front and rear, with power points also to the rear garden.
The property is conveniently situated for the town centre with its good range of shops, supermarkets, health centres, pubs and restaurants. The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and is situated 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 Theatre, Strode College and the complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Access to the M5 motorway can be gained at Dunball (Junction 23) 14 miles.
From our Glastonbury office, proceed down the High Street, baring left into Magdalene Street, then immediately right into Benedict Street. Carry on for some 500 meters or so, almost the playing field, whereby you will see the house along on the left hand side.