The kitchen is accessed from the driveway and benefits from a triple aspect. Compact in size but providing ample storage space comprising a range of wall, drawer and base units, incorporating a built-in electric oven and gas hob, space for appliances, recessed Aga cooker that also provides the hot water and built-in wooden benches to the side. Through an oak door the dining room can be found, offering a double aspect with a window to the rear and double opening doors to the patio and garden. A further Oak door opens into the main hall, where stairs rise to the first floor with an under stair cupboard beneath and a heavy characterful door opening to the utility. This room provides space and plumbing for a washing machine, Belfast sink, a door to the outside and cloakroom. The sitting room is well-proportioned, again with front and rear aspects offering stunning views, as well as french doors to the garden. Solid Oak flooring is featured throughout, with an inset feature fireplace and multi-fuel woodburning stove.
From the half landing there is a window. Stairs continue to the landing where high ceilings and a Velux window give a feeling of space, doors lead off to the remainder of the accommodation. The master bedroom has an abundance of character and benefits from a master en-suite, fitted with a shower enclosure and a glass vanity unit. Wardrobes are built-in either side of the chimney breast, but best of all are the southerly views that can be gained from the balcony accessed via a fully glazed door. The guest bedroom also provides an en-suite with a Velux window. The two further bedrooms are both doubles and benefit from open views. Finally, the bathroom comprises of a corner bath with mains fed power shower over, pedestal sink and WC.
‘THE NEST’ - Gained via a metal staircase, this contemporary addition provides a great space for either a dependent relative or teenager or alternatively potential income for air B&B. The open plan bed/sitting area has a fantastic view point of the RSPB Nature Reserve in the distance through the large westerly aspect window. There is also ample space for storage and dining as well as an adjacent en-suite shower room.
The main garden is lawned and extends from the side of the house. It is fully enclosed from the road with a stone wall and low timber fence to the rear being careful not to obstruct the wonderful views when entertaining outside. At the end of the garden there is a garden store and summerhouse. Also at the rear there is a brick built Pizza oven and decking that extends beneath a covered veranda. A pedestrian from here opens to the gravelled parking are and garage/workshop. This is currently used as a workshop and storage but could easily be adapted with the addition of double doors to make a substantial garage. Additionally there is the potential to add a staircase making the annexe into two storey accommodation.
Meare is a rural village set on the picturesque Somerset Levels to the West of Glastonbury. The village provides primary school, Parish Church and a garage. The popular towns of Glastonbury and Street together provide an attractive range of facilities. Glastonbury is best known for it's Tor and Abbey Ruins. Street is famous as the home of Clarks Shoes, Millfield School and Clarks factory shopping centre.
Upon entering the village of Meare, along the B3151 from Glastonbury, continue on through, passing the village school on your left. After approximately 0.5 miles, you will see the property on your left hand side, as indicated by our for sale sign.