This beautifully presented detached house has been completely re-furbished throughout, affording five good bedrooms and five bathrooms, sitting conveniently within walking distance of Glastonbury Tor, Chalice Well, Glastonbury Abbey and the High Street. Proceeding through entrance hall, a door on the left opens into the drawing room, this has a bay window to the front and fireplace recess. Back into the hall and a door leads into the fully re-fitted kitchen, having a range of kitchen units with 'Corian' worktops. Integrated appliances include a 'NEFF' electric oven with heating drawer, induction hob, dishwasher and wine cooler.
There is a door into the utility room, complete with plumbing for two washing machines and tumble drier, wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler and door to the rear. From the kitchen, an opening leads to the dining room and then through to the conservatory, being generously proportioned and glazed on three sides, there are doors out onto the well established rear garden. Finally, on the ground floor is bedroom five, which is a large double having an en-suite bath and shower room.
On the first floor there are three further well appointed double bedrooms, one having an en-suite which includes a free standing bath and shower enclosure, the other two both having en-suite shower rooms. On the second floor, the bedroom has been built into the eaves, with dual aspect windows and also having its own en-suite shower room.
From the front and to the right of the house, is a driveway with parking for several vehicles up to the single detached garage and workshop. Across the front of the property, a path has been created to the entrance door and along to a summer house. Secure access can be found into the rear garden, which also has undergone a complete transformation. Colour, sunshine and shade, can all be found in abundance here, with a fine array of shrubs and plants, complimented by terracing across the rear elevation, before opening out onto a wide expanse of lawn. Shade can be found found underneath the canopy of the mature trees, with secluded seating areas dotted around, including one set to the left corner, which also includes a fire pit. What you may not know, is the garden backs onto the Abbey parkland.