Period end of terrace town house available with No Onward Chain
Affording plenty of spacious accommodation, along with a large stone garage/workshop, affording the potential for conversion (subject to planning)
On the ground floor, there is a sitting room and dining room, leading off the reception hall with a further door into the kitchen
Here there are a modern range of units, with an opening into a garden/breakfast room and to the rear
On the first floor, there are four good bedrooms and a family bathroom
At the rear there is an enclosed courtyard garden, garages and workshop, all either enjoying pedestrian or vehicular access from the lane
Convenient for the town, schools and local amenities
A spacious end of terrace town house, requiring updating and with the benefit of a large stone garage/workshop at the rear, which has plenty of potential (subject to any change of use or consent), to be converted into an an independent annexe or office etc. The house comprises four bedrooms and two reception rooms, as well as kitchen/breakfast room. Available with No Onward Chain.
Period end terrace town house with large stone garage
The property is situated within a level walk of the town centre with its good range of shops, supermarkets, health centres, restaurants, cafes and public houses. The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and is 6 miles from the Cathedral City of Wells. Street is 2 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Strode Theatre, Strode College and a good range of High Street shops and the complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Access to the M5 motorway interchange can be gained at Junction 23 (Dunball) whilst Bristol, Bath and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
On entering Glastonbury from Street/Bridgwater (A39) at the Wirral Park roundabout (B & Q on the left) take the third exit into Street Road. Continue, passing Morrisons Supermarket on the left and at the mini-roundabout turn left into Magdalene Street. Continue and after approximately 200 metres turn left into Benedict Street. Continue approximately two thirds of the way down, where the property can be found on the left hand side.
From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor landing, with doors opening to the sitting room, dining room and kitchen. The sitting room has a bay window to the front and a stone fireplace. On into the dining room, again featuring a fireplace with inset gas fire and doors into the garden/breakfast room. The kitchen comprises a modern range of units, including a breakfast bar, space for a gas fired range cooker, washing machine and integrated fridge/freezer. A window and door open to the rear garden.
On the first floor, there are four bedrooms and the bathroom, all with matching doors, leading from the main landing. Bedrooms two and four, both have front facing aspects, whilst the first and fourth bedrooms have windows to the rear, with views over the adjacent playing fields. The bathroom comprises of a panelled bath wth shower over, wash hand basin and a WC.