Sunnybank enjoys all the benefits of its elevated position, yet the convenience of being within walking distance of the High Street and local amenities. The property was substantially renovated and improved in 1998-1999, and again more recently by the current owners, giving the house the added dimension of flexibility.
From the ground floor, wooden stairs rise up via the inner lobby to an upper ground floor level with oak floors running throughout.
Upper Ground Floor
Here the kitchen has been updated, having integrated appliances including fridge/freezer, dishwasher, electric oven with an induction hob over. From here, a door opens into a lovely garden/dining room, with a further door opening into the fourth bedroom/study. From the kitchen, double doors open to a lounge having a feature 'Jetmaster' coal effect gas fire. Along the inner hall, there are two double bedrooms and an updated family bathroom.
Moving up to the first floor, with an airing cupboard on the half landing and a feature circular stained glass window. This provides a sumptuous master bedroom, again with an oak floor and an adjoining bathroom. The bedroom measures approximately 24ft x 20ft, having two built in wardrobes, windows to the front, and then doors open out onto a large balcony, with ample seating area overlooking the beautiful landscaped rear garden.
At the front, there is a off road parking for 2-3 cars with a brick paved driveway enclosed by a stone built wall. Here there is a fine array of mature shrubs and plants, including a delightful climbing rose. The rear garden has been carefully designed and landscaped into two parts. The lower level has wooden steps leading down from the first floor decking.
The garden here features an attractive pond, fed by a cascading waterfall from above. The upper terrace leads you over a trickling water course, feeding the waterfall, before you reach a patio seating area, enjoying a great degree of seclusion. Notable this part of the garden enjoys sunlight through the majority of the day in spring and summer months, taking in stunning views to Wearyall Hill and beyond.
The property is situated high above the town, providing views over some of Glastonbury's most renowned landmarks and far beyond. The town benefits from its good range of shops, banks, restaurants, Inns, supermarkets, health centres 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. The thriving centre of Street is 2 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Strode Theatre and the complex of factory shopping outlets in Clarks Village. The nearest M5 motorway interchange at Dunball, Bridgwater (Junction 23) is 14 miles whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
From our Glastonbury office in the centre of town, proceed to the top of the High Street and carry straight on over into Bovetown. Pass the turning for Rowley Road on your left and after approximately a further 100 yards, you will see Sunnybank along on your left hand side.