A traditional stone built property, under a pitched clay tiled roof with feature Mullion windows to front. The main entrance is accessed from the front elevation via a tiled storm porch, the entrance hall leads off to a spacious cloakroom and home office with large built in cupboard all main ground floor rooms and had a useful storage cupboard. The principle reception room is both spacious and light with feature mullion window to front and open fire with stone surround and hearth, sliding doors flow through to the dining room making this altogether a great entertaining space too and continues through to the kitchen. A traditional style conservatory extends from the lounge out to the side of the property which has a pleasing outlook over to the garden and pergola.
There is a real country feel in the kitchen with an extensive range of solid wood fronted wall, floor and display units, tiled worktop surfaces over and large dresser. There is space for a dishwasher and built in fridge, double oven and ceramic hob. In the utility there is another built in fridge and freezer, large coats cupboard and base units matching the kitchen. The garage can also be accessed from here. The first floor offers generously proportioned rooms, five bedrooms in all, the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom accessed through the dressing area with built in wardrobes either side. The guest suite has sloped ceilings, is light and spacious and also benefits from an en-suite shower room. Furthermore, you have two more double bedrooms, a good sized single bedroom all having built in wardrobes/cupboards and finally a spacious family bathroom with separate shower room.
A block paved driveway affords ample parking and leads to the double garage with benefits from electric up and over doors. The front garden is enclosed by stone walls, creating an attractive, low-maintenance courtyard style garden with well-stocked borders and space for potted plants. The rear garden, accessed from a gate to the front, from the conservatory, dining room and garage is fully enclosed and enjoys a good degree of privacy from the mature foliage. The garden is laid to lawn with a couple of large paved patio areas creating a low-maintenance outside space ideal for entertaining, bordered by well-stocked flower beds and a pergola. Desirable large double garage with a sizeable room to the rear provides a good degree of storage or a workshop if required. An external water source is also available in the garage and at the rear.
The property is situated in the village of Barton St David which has local amenities including Church, Public House and playing field. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the neighbouring villages of Keinton Mandeville and Butleigh, both of which have primary schools and post office/stores. The historic town of Glastonbury is 6 miles, The Cathedral City of Wells 8.5 miles and the renowned Millfield Senior School on the outskirts of Street is 5 miles. For the commuter Castle Cary mainline station (London Paddington) is 7 miles as is the A303 at Podimore.
From Street/Glastonbury take the road to Butleigh and after entering the village, Butleigh Court and cricket pitch on the left, take the fourth turning on the left into Barton Road (Rose and Portcullis Inn on the corner). Proceed into the village of Barton St David and pass the Barton Inn on the right. At the staggered cross roads turn right in Church Street, then left into the cul-de-sac. The property is at the end on the left hand side.