A traditional entrance door opens to a lobby and through to an entrance lobby and in turn opens into the dining room. From here there is a staircase ascending to the first floor and wide opening with folding doors leading to the sitting room. A large south-facing window to the front elevation allows natural light to pour through into both dining and sitting rooms, both rooms particularly well proportioned with good ceiling height and featuring fireplaces with inset electric fires. The kitchen is located at the rear and has been fitted with a range of base, wall and drawer units with granite style worktop surfaces built over. Adjacent to the kitchen is a lean to extension, currently utilised as a utility room with door onto the garden however has lapsed planning permission for a large kitchen/breakfast room extension along the full width of the house. From the first floor there is access to a newly fitted contemporary white suite bathroom, two generous sized bedrooms and a staircase ascending to a second floor which accommodates two further double bedrooms.
The property enjoys a generous garden to the rear of the house, laid mostly to lawn with an area of paved patio providing an ideal seating area, all retained by timber panelled fencing on both sides and a high hedgerow providing privacy from neighbours. There are well stocked flower borders and timber garden shed and further timber cabin at the foot of the garden. A rear pedestrian gate allows access to private allocated parking for the property and a small area of garden to the front of the house is retained by a natural stone walling with further on-road parking available immediately in front.
The property is situated in a 'no through' road within a level walk of the shopping facilities in the High Street and Clarks Village with its complex of factory shopping outlets. Street also offers a good range of sporting and recreational facilities including both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis, bowls, football, cricket etc., and Strode Theatre. The historic town of Glastonbury is 2 miles and the Cathedral City of Wells is 8 miles. The nearest M5 motorway interchange at Dunball, Bridgwater (Junction 23) is 12 miles, whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
From the High Street proceed in a westerly direction passing Living Homes and Orchard Road on the right. Take the next turning on the right into Cranhill Road and proceed to the far end. As the road bears round to the right, Woods Batch will be found immediately ahead with the property found on the right-hand side.