Lilac Cottage has an abundance of character with many original features. The property benefits from a new kitchen, installed approximately two years, oil fired central heating and a very useful converted outbuilding suitable as a home office/recreational space
The wooden front entrance door opens directly into the sitting room, where there is an impressive inglenook fireplace, having a flagstone hearth and wood burning stove. There is a window to the front and an exposed stone wall to the rear of the room with a ledge and brace door opening into the dining room. Here, stairs rise to the first floor, there is a window that overlooks the rear courtyard and in turn a door opens into the kitchen.
The kitchen having recently been updated, now provides a range of cream shaker style base and drawer units with work top surfaces over and attractive tiled splash backs, incorporating a built-in electric oven, electric hob with extractor above and a stainless-steel sink. Space and plumbing is provided for a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge/freezer with a door opening to the outside.
On the first-floor landing there is a Velux roof light with ledge and brace doors leading off to the bedrooms and family bathroom as well as a built-in storage cupboard. The largest of the bedrooms is situated to the rear, with bedrooms two and three to the front. The family bathroom is fitted with a suite comprising of a panelled bath, pedestal sink and WC. At one end there is a separate shower enclosure with a mains-fed shower and a built-in cupboard that houses the hot water tank and slatted shelving.
Extending from the rear is a paved patio with a lawn and pedestrian gate to the side of the converted outbuilding, this is supplied with power and light, two Velux roof lights, window to the side and double opening doors.
Through the pedestrian gate is a further large area of lawn with a concrete path and enclosed on two sides, leading to a gravelled area providing ample parking for several vehicles. This is accessed via a track to the side of the adjoining property and in turn through a five-bar gate on the left-hand side.
Meare is a rural village set on the picturesque Somerset Levels to the West of Glastonbury.
The village provides a primary school, awarded 'outstanding' by OFSTED, Parish Church and a garage. Nearby the nature reserve can be found at Shapwick Heath with lovely wildlife walks including the stunning murmerations of the Starling. 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 outlets.