Bright and spacious kitchen/diner, perfect for entertaining, fitted with stylish units, granite worktops and space for a Rangemaster, American fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Attractive sitting room with bay window to front and attractive gas coal effect fire set upon a granite hearth with solid timber surround. Useful home office or fourth bedroom for families
Exceptionally large master bedroom suite with plenty of built-in wardrobes, ensuite and dressing room. Enjoying two further double bedrooms, the larger featuring a bay window and built-in wardrobe
This delightful home is both comfortable and practical, boasting a remarkable amount of storage including two separate lofts, ideal for downsizers, keen hobbyists, and self-employed buyers
Attractive spilt level garden enjoying a sunny aspect, mature trees, lawn edged with established borders, garden shed, stone terrace and decked area providing two lovely seating areas
At the side of the property is a useful outbuilding and store, and steps rise to a fully boarded loft space benefitting from power, light and central heating, a perfect home office or playroom.
A superb opportunity to purchase this attractive and immaculately kept detached bungalow with garage, workshop, and outbuilding, altogether covering a generous 1,700sqft. Tastefully decorated with lovely oak doors throughout and stylishly appointed kitchen and bathrooms. The property boasts four bedrooms together with excellent reception space that make this versatile home suited to buyers across the board, including families and sociable buyers alike. Enjoying a sunny well-established garden and convenience of ample parking with room for a motor home. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all that is on offer here.
The delightful village of Ashcott (population c.1186) sits part way along the Polden ridge, having wonderful rural views of the Somerset Levels and its various tributaries, all situated some 5 miles south-west of Glastonbury. At its heart is the historic Church of All Saints, an early 15th century building, forming part of a group of six churches known as the Polden Wheel. Ashcott is particularly well known locally for its superb village community and benefits from a highly regarded Primary School, sports playing fields, two inns at the village centre and active village hall.
From Street proceed towards Bridgwater on the A39 passing through the village of Ashcott. Upon entering Ashcott continue passing the Ashcott Inn on the left shortly after which the bungalow will be identified on the right hand side.