Executive style apartment that boasts space and a lovely outlook across rooftops towards Glastonbury Tor
Forming part of an attractive old mill building with allocated parking and private entrance on the West side of the building
Accessed via a shared private hallway between only two units.
Situated within a short walk of the high street and local amenities
This wonderful first floor apartment enjoys far reaching views across rooftops and countryside towards Glastonbury Tor beyond. The apartment forms part of William Reynolds House, a historic former mill building full of character. Early viewing is highly advised.
This superb executive style apartment enjoys wonderful far reaching views across the town towards Glastonbury Tor from an elevated position. The apartment forms part of William Reynolds House, a historic former mill building and has undergone recent refurbishment by our client. The apartment can be found on the first floor, accessed from a private hallway shared between only two units on the West side of the building. The main entrance entrance door opens to the hall where doors lead off to all rooms. The open plan kitchen/living/dining room has a light and airy feel with a modern kitchen at one end and spacious principal reception room enjoying high ceilings and a high level window affording natural light to the room. The modern kitchen comprises a range of base and wall units with granite effect laminate worktop surfaces and tiling over, built in oven, hob, cooker hood, dishwasher, space for freestanding fridge/freezer and plumbing for under counter washing machine. Both bedrooms are considered well proportioned double rooms, both able to accommodate a king size bed and bedroom furniture. The modern bathroom comprises a white suite with shower over the bath.
The property is situated on the outskirts of Street in William Reynolds House which was converted from the former mill building of the Avalon Leatherboard Company. Strode College, Crispin secondary school and Strode Theatre are within a short walk whilst the High Street is approximately half a mile and offers a wide range of shops, banks, restaurants, cafes in addition to Clarks Village with its complex of shopping outlets. The historic town of Glastonbury is 2 miles, the Cathedral City of Wells 8 miles and the nearest M5 motorway interchange at Dunball (Junction 23) 14 miles.
From the town centre proceed in an easterly direction passing the Bear Inn on the right. On reaching the mini-roundabout, Wessex Hotel on the right, take the third exit into Church Road and continue passing Strode Theatre on the right. At the mini-roundabout proceed straight ahead into the Bowling Green development and turn right into Springbok Close. William Reynolds House is on the right-hand side.