From the front entrance porch a door leads in to the reception hall. On the right there is a cloakroom, with three useful storage cupboards, including the airing cupboard. Matching oak panelled doors then lead to the bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and sitting room. Here there are dual aspect windows to the front and side, plus a 'Villager' multi fuel stove. Sliding doors at the far end open into the conservatory, being a light and generously proportioned space with Jarrah hardwood floor (with under floor heating), ideal as a family/dining room, with doors and windows looking out over the patio and garden. Further sliding patio doors lead into the kitchen. Affording an extensive range of Canadian Maple fitted units, the kitchen is L-shaped and offers copious space. The main kitchen comprises of an oil 'Aga', integrated ‘Neff’ appliances include a dishwasher and electric combination oven and microwave, a peninsular unit with granite work top and breakfast bar. The kitchen continues on with space for an upright American style fridge/freezer (plumbed for ice and water), further extensive range of units, integrated double oven and AEG washing machine. Doors then lead to a side access, having an internal garage access, opening to the carport and into bedroom four/study. Having a door to the rear and a bay window to the side, this room has been used extensively to operate a business from home, but equally suits as a large fourth bedroom with garden access.
Onto the bedrooms, with the master bed having a window to the side, built in wardrobe and a door into the an en-suite shower room, complete with a 'jacuzzi' shower enclosure and panelled bath. Bedroom two has a built in wardrobe, plus dual aspect windows to the front and side. The third bedroom also has a built in double wardrobe and a window to the front. Finally, the family bathroom is currently in the process of having a complete refurbishment, being fitted with a shower enclosure, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and a WC.
Set back from Baltonsborough Road and enjoying seclusion behind a mature beech hedge, there is ample parking and turning space for a motorhome, caravan and several vehicles. The hedge flanks both sides of the frontage, with the driveway extending though double wooden gates, to a large carport and the double garage, having power/light supplied, plus an adjoining wooden workshop/store. The rear garden has a secluded patio extending from the conservatory, with raised shrub beds, before steps lead up to the wide expanse of lawn, via mature rose arch and passing two mature palm trees. The lawn enjoys plenty of privacy, being enclosed behind mature trees and hedgerows. At the foot is a brick built folly, where there are two further metal sheds, creating further storage and workshop space. The garden enjoys plenty of sunlight throughout the spring and summer months and total extends to approximately 0.33 acres.
Baltonsborough Road is situated in the heart of the most sought-after mid-Somerset village of Butleigh, which has local amenities including a post office/store, primary school, church and public house. The historic town of Glastonbury is 3.5 miles whilst the thriving centre of Street is 3 miles and offers a wide range of facilities including both indoor and open air swimming pools, Strode Theatre, Strode College and the shopping outlets in Clarks Village. There are a number of excellent independent schools within easy reach including Millfield (Senior School in Street and Prep School in Glastonbury) 2 miles, Wells Cathedral 10 miles, Kings of Bruton and the Sherborne schools. In total there are up to 15 independent schools within a 15 mile radius of the village. For the commuter Castle Cary Station (fast link to London Paddington) is 9 miles, M5 (junction 23) 15 miles and the A303 at Podimore 8.5 miles.
From Glastonbury/Street take the Butleigh Road and on entering the village pass Butleigh Court and the cricket ground on the left and then take the next left into the High Street. Continue, passing the village Store on the right and the Primary School on the left, take the next left into Baltonsborough Road, whereby The Willows can be found along on the left.