The house is deceptively spacious, offering well presented extended accommodation. The house is accessed primarily from the front elevation with entrance door set under a covered storm canopy and giving access to the reception hallway, which in turn has stairs ascending to the first floor and doors leading off to the kitchen and lounge. The sitting room features a wood burning stove and enjoys a light and spacious aspect with patio doors at the rear opening onto the vast rear garden. A bespoke kitchen is fitted with a range of wooden units, also incorporating space for automatic appliances and range style cooker within attractive brickwork surround. From the kitchen there is access to a utility space which in turn has doors leading to the garden, shower room and fifth ground floor double bedroom.
The first floor landing gives access to three further bedrooms, two that would be considered large double rooms and all serviced by a contemporary white suite bathroom. A concealed staircase rises to the second floor where a wonderfully spacious master bedroom has an outlook over the garden and features an adjoining en-suite bathroom.
One of the most appealing selling points of the property is its expansive south-facing lawned garden, enclosed on all sides by high level walling and timber panelled fencing, making for a child and pet friendly environment. The garden enjoys all day sun during the summer months and a large paved patio affords the perfect seating spot with access onto it from both the lounge and utility. A wide block paved driveway at the front provides parking for several vehicles, with yet further off road parking available opposite.
Glanvill Road is a well established area on the south side of Street within walking distance of countryside. Street is a thriving mid Somerset town with an excellent shopping centre Clarks Village, primary schooling, Crispin Academy School, Strode College, theatre, open air swimming pool and indoor swimming pool and a choice of pubs and restaurants.
From the High Street turn left into Leigh Road at the Library and follow the road until reaching a 'T' junction (Tanyard on the right). Turn right into Middle Leigh and then take the first turning left into Ivythorn Road. Take the second right into Glanvill Road. Number 21 will be found on the left hand side set back within the crescent.