From the upper ground floor level, an enclosed entrance porch, with a utility room off to the right, opens into the kitchen/dining room. Here there is a modern range of wall, base and drawer units having integrated appliances including an electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher and fridge. There is also an airing cupboard, plus a window to the side taking in a superb westerly view. From the dining area, a door opens on to the main landing. The sitting room off to the right enjoys an almost full width window and sliding doors, opening out onto a balcony. This feature has been specifically designed to take in the quite stunning view over the town, Wearyall Hill and across the levels. Also here is a feature fireplace with inset gas fire. Back onto the landing where there are two bedrooms and the first bathroom. Bedroom one has a window to the front and a range of fitted cupboards. At the rear is bedroom three, having a side aspect, built in wardrobe, but also can be used a study/home office. Finally, there is a bathroom, complete with a fully tiled shower enclosure, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and WC.
Stairs then lead down to the lower ground floor, where a door leads out onto the front garden, and further doors open to the two bedrooms and shower room. Bedroom two has a window to the front, taking in views over the town. Bedroom four, has a window to the side and a walk in cupboard in the understair recess. Both of these rooms also benefit from having independent 'Baxi" heaters. last of all is the shower room, having a shower enclosure, vanity unit with wash basin and a WC.
The property is accessed from the rear via Hexton Road, where there is off road parking for 3-4 cars up to the single detached garage. Steps from here then lead down, passing a collection of apple trees on the left, to the main entrance porch. Here there is a secluded courtyard garden, presented with raised and mature flower beds, ideal for sitting out, with the patio extending around to the left side and on the right, around to the front. The front aspect also enjoys the wonderful south and westerly views, taking in the town and levels beyond. The garden is terraced with a footpath leading down to Rowley Road. In the main, the garden is laid to lawn, but again, enjoys a variety of mature plants and shrubs, taking in sunlight through the majority of the day and superb sunsets in the west.
The property is in an elevated setting approximately one quarter of a mile from the High Street with its good range of shops, restaurants, health centres, public houses 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. Street is 2 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including Strode College, Strode Theatre, both indoor and outdoor swimming pools and the complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Access to the M5 (Junction 23 - Dunball) is 14 miles whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
From the town centre proceed up the High Street, passing St John's Church on the left, and at the top of the hill turn left into Wells Road. Continue for approximately 200 yards and turn right into Leg of Mutton Road. Proceed up the Hill and then turn right into Monington Road and then right again into Hexton Road where the rear access to the property can be found along on the right hand side.