From the reception hall, stairs rise to the first floor landing with an understair cupboard. Wooden floor. Doors then open to the left into the kitchen and on the right into the dining room. Here, there is a square bay window to the front with a window seat, exposed beam and a wooden floor that extends through an archway into the lounge. This has an inglenook fireplace with wood burner, beamed ceiling, window to the side and doors opening into the garden room, being glazed on three sides with doors out on to the garden. The kitchen comprises a range of modern units with NEFF integrated oven, four plate hob, fridge and dishwasher. Windows to the front and side. A door then takes you into the utility room, having space for a washing machine, tumble direr and freezer. On the left is the cloakroom, a door into the rear porch, leading to the garden and a further door open to the garage.
From the first floor landing, there is an airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with matching wooden doors to the three bedrooms and bathroom. Bedroom one is a lovely spacious room with a large wardrobe recess, wooden floor and two windows to the front, one being a feature portal window. There is also a door into the en-suite shower room. Bedroom two is also at the front, having a built in wardrobe, with bedroom three also having a built in cupboard, but also with far reaching views at the rear towards the Mendip Hills in the distance. Finally, the family bathroom comprises of a white suite to include a panelled bath, wash hand basin and WC.
The house is set back from St Mary's road, behind a low stone wall and mature garden with a feature well (covered) and shrub beds. At driveway at the side affords parking fro two cars up to the single garage. The garden at the rear is enclosed, offering a good degree of seclusion, having a paved patio area opening onto the lawn, all enclosed behind timber fencing.
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 Villa Cottage along on your right hand side, as indicated by our for sale sign.