This contemporary and stylish built home benefits from well-proportioned accommodation throughout, complemented with underfloor heating on the ground floor. An entrance door opens into the hallway with a solid oak staircase rising to the first floors and oak doors leading off to the study, cloakroom and sitting room. This has a feature fireplace with wood burning stove and double doors opening to the kitchen/dining/family room. An impressive hub of the house, appointed with a comprehensive range of units, with granite work top surfaces and integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer, as well as a stylish range cooker with extractor hood over. Additionally there is a central island with breakfast bar. A particular feature of this room are the glazed panels and bi-fold doors, providing open views over adjoining countryside. From here is a utility with a door leading to the garage.
On the first floor solid oak doors doors lead off to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. The master suite is impressive with sliding doors leading out onto a private balcony, affording views over the open countryside. An opening leads to the dressing room fitted with two double built-in wardrobes with shelving, hanging rail and automatic courtesy lighting. A door then opens into the stylish en-suite bathroom. This provides a shower enclosure, attractive tiling, chrome towel radiator and Velux window. The three further bedrooms all have built-in wardrobes. Finally, the family bathroom is fitted with a suite including a shower/bath, vanity unit with WC and concealed cistern and obscure window to the side.
Ample parking at the front up to the double garage having an automatic roller door and pedestrian door to the rear garden. Also a Grant oil fired boiler set to one corner. Step and ramp for disabled access up to the front entrance door. The property enjoys a generous side and rear garden with a patio extending from the kitchen family room. The garden also enjoys a delightful south and westerly aspect.
West Pennard is a charming village situated in gently undulating countryside four miles to the east of Glastonbury. The village benefits form the beautiful parish Church of St Nicholas, popular village primary school, public house and village hall. The A361 enables easy access to Millfield Preparatory School at Edgarley, the senior School in Street and is approximately 9 miles from the Cathedral City of Wells. The surrounding towns provide a wide choice of recreational and shopping facilities whilst the larger centres of Bath and Bristol are within an hour's commuting distance.
From Glastonbury follow the A361 towards Shepton Mallet and continue for just over three miles to West Pennard. Turn right into Newtown Lane, where you will find the development set well back off Newtown Lane along on the right hand side.
All four houses are nearing completion, and should be ready for occupation early in the new year 2018.