A charming period cottage that has been substantially renovated and updated, including wiring, central heating, kitchen, bathroom, some windows also with shutters and blinds. From the entrance hall, there is a lounge off to the right, complete with a window to the front benefiting from working shutters and an open fireplace. In turn, the hall opens into a dining room, with understair cupboard and window to rear, The kitchen follows on with a modern range of units, plus some fitted appliances and a range cooker. Then onto a rear porch with a door into the courtyard and a WC. On the first floor, there are two bedrooms to the front, both having shutters fitted to the windows. Next is the master bedroom having two built in wardrobes. The family bathroom comes with a panelled bath as well as a large shower enclosure. At the end of the landing is bedroom two, which has a door opening out onto the rear garden.
At the rear of the house is a private courtyard leading from the rear hall, steps the rise to garden, which is also accessed from bed two. The garden extends all the way up to the foot of Chalice Hill, where you will find a level terrace taking advantage of the westerly views and a garden shed. The garden has been stripped and prepared ready for cultivation.
Glastonbury is an historic centre famous for its Tor, picturesque Abbey ruins and many legends. The town provides an eclectic mix of shops along with restaurants and pubs, mainstream supermarkets, health centres, modern library, primary schooling and St Dunstans secondary school. The neighbouring town of Street offers a further choice of shopping with Clarks Village, Strode Sixth Form College and Strode Theatre. Millfield Junior School is on the edge of Glastonbury at Edgarley and Chilkwell Street is equally convenient for Millfield Senior School in Street.
From the town centre, proceed up the High Street passing St John's Church on the left. At the top of the hill, turn right into Lambrook Street and continue to the mini-roundabout. Take the first exit signposted to Shepton Mallet and shortly after passing the Riflemans Arms on the right, you will see number 41 set slightly above the road on the left.