Accessed from the front elevation where the main entrance is sheltered by a storm canopy and a period style obscure glazed door opens in to a vestibule with mosaic tiled floor. A further internal glazed door opens into the main reception hall, providing a welcoming entrance to the property and featuring exposed wooden floor boards and high ceilings. Stairs ascend from here up to the first floor and doors open off to three excellent size double bedrooms, two of which feature front facing bay windows and the largest featuring an attractive stone fireplace with open fire. The cloakroom has a flush WC and suspended wash basin with vanity unit beneath. The remainder of the living space on the ground floor is made up of a dining room with attractive period fireplace and a large dual aspect living room featuring sliding double glazed doors out to the rear garden and double doors opening through to the kitchen, also dual aspect and featuring a combination of fitted and freestanding storage units with space and plumbing for a range style cooker and further appliances.
A door from the kitchen opens to the lean-to, ideal for use as a utility space with plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier. This also gives access to the rear garden. From the first floor landing there are two wardrobes to the eaves with fitted hanging space and a further generous storage cupboard, a spacious family bathroom with a white suite comprising flush WC, pedestal wash basin and double width shower cubicle with rain head shower. The fourth double bedroom is generously proportioned and has a cosy feel with rear facing dormer window, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and fitted wardrobes to the eaves.
A gate opens in to the enclosed front garden with a short pathway leading up to the main entrance which enjoys a good degree of privacy from the hedgerow at the front. To the side elevation a wide opening with wooden gates provides access to a large driveway for up to four vehicles, a gate opening in to the rear garden and a substantial timber shed provides a great log store or additional storage as required. The rear garden is accessed from the lean to at the rear elevation or from the sliding patio doors in the family room. This generous rear garden is a true selling feature of the property with its larger than average plot and great degree of privacy making it the ideal family space. The garden is mostly laid to lawn, interspersed with trees and bushes and various pathways.
The property is conveniently located within walking distance of the High Street and Clarks Village. Street also provides sporting and recreational facilities including both indoor and open air swimming pools, theatre, tennis, bowls, cricket, football etc. The historic town of Glastonbury is within 3 miles, the Cathedral City of Wells 9 miles and the nearest M5 motorway interchange at Dunball, Bridgwater is within 13 miles. Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Exeter are each within commuting distance.
From the High Street proceed passing Living Homes on the right and the Bayliss Centre on the left. Take the second left turning after the Bayliss Centre into Goswell Road. Continue around the left hand bend into Silver Road and turn right into Park Road where the property will be identified on the left hand side.