Mid terrace Edwardian town house, with spacious accommodation over three floors. On the ground floor, stairs rise to the first floor from the entrance hall. On the left, a door opens into the sitting room with a feature fireplace having a 'Living flame' gas fire, window to front and doors opening into the study. A door from the hall then opens into the kitchen/dining room, which is fitted with a modern range of wall base and drawer units. Space and plumbing for a cooker and dishwasher. Integrated fridge/freezer. Ceramic tiled floor and two windows to the side. A door then opens into the utility, also with wall and base units, plus space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. Window and door to rear garden. On the first floor, stairs rise to the second floor with doors off to the three bedrooms and bathroom. At the rear, the bedroom two has a window overlooking the rear garden and a range of built in cupboards. At the front are the third and fourth bedrooms, with bed three having built in wardrobes. The bathroom comprises a bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC, also an airing cupboard housing the gas fired combination boiler. Finally, on the second floor is the master bedroom, having two velux roof lights, with a view at the front to Glastonbury Tor. There are a range of built in cupboards and a door into the en-suite shower room.
At the front, there is an enclosed courtyard garden, but the main garden is situated to the rear, enjoying sunlight the majority of the day. A courtyard extends from the kitchen and study, opening onto a lawned garden. Here there are raised shrub beds and a footpath down to the double garage at the foot. This has power/light supplied with metal up and over doors accessed from the lane beyond.
The property is conveniently located being within a short walk of the High Street with its good range of shops, banks, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, health centres and public houses. The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and lies some 6 miles south of the Cathedral City of Wells. Street is 2 miles and offers a more comprehensive range of facilities including Strode Theatre, Strode College, both indoor and open air swimming pools and Clarks Village with its shopping outlets. Access to the M5 motorway can be gained at Junction 23 (Dunball) whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within an hour's commuting distance.
On entering Glastonbury from Street/Bridgwater (A39) at the Wirral Park roundabout (B & Q on the left) take the second exit onto the bypass. Proceed straight ahead at the first roundabout and at the next roundabout take the third exit into Northload Street. Turn left into Manor House Road and the property can be found approximately half way up on the left hand side.