Offered for sale with the advantage of no onward chain is this spacious and attractive detached bungalow occupying an elevated position with private gardens, garage and workshop in the desirable village of Ashcott.
Leading from the front elevation through the main entrance door you arrive reception hall where doors open to two useful cupboards and all accommodation. The sitting room is particularly light and spacious having a dual aspect to the side and front overlooking the garden and an open fire currently fitted with a gas fire. The kitchen/diner is fitted with ample base, wall and drawer units with contrasting worktop surfaces and a stainless steel sink unit. There is space for a dishwasher and freestanding cooker. Continue into the utility/conservatory with space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer. Doors either side provide access into the rear gardens. Returning to the reception hall doors lead to three bedrooms. The main bedroom is a generous sized double with room to accommodate a king size bed and accompanying bedroom furniture. The second bedroom is also a double bedroom and finally the third, a large single bedroom. All serviced by a bathroom and separate WC.
The property occupies an elevated corner plot with a lawned garden at the front, mature trees and pathways leading to the front door and around the property to the rear garden. The rear garden has been spilt into two defined areas and affords a private space that is not overlooked. Laid mainly to lawn with established hedgerows and fencing edging the boundary. A gate provides access to the parking area, garage and workshop. The garage, which is accessed at the rear of the property has an up and over door, power and light. A spacious workshop is also supplied with power and light and also connects you to a further secure store.
The delightful village of Ashcott (population c.1186) sits part way along the Polden ridge, having wonderful rural views of the Somerset Levels and its various tributaries, all situated some 5 miles south-west of Glastonbury. At its heart is the historic Church of All Saints, an early 15th century building, forming part of a group of six churches known as the Polden Wheel. Ashcott is particularly well known locally for its superb village community and benefits from a highly regarded Primary School, sports playing fields, two inns at the village centre, village store and active village hall.
From Street take the A39 towards Bridgwater for approximately 4 miles, passing through the village of Walton and into Ashcott. Upon reaching the Ashcott Inn, turn immediately right into Middle Street and the property will be found on the left hand side as you turn into Blake Green which is the first turning on the right.