A charming Victorian Grade II listed cottage offered for sale with no onward chain. The cottage was originally built for Clarks Shoemakers in the late 1800's, having two reception rooms and a first-floor bathroom this is one of the larger two-bedroom cottages on the road. Very well maintained throughout having new period cast iron guttering and down pipes in addition to which the outhouse has been renovated and is now a useful utility area. The wooden windows are in good order and the ledge and brace doors throughout the house are just one of the many features that add to its charm. An attractive tiled storm porch and painted wooden entrance door welcomes you and leads through the hall, into the dining room which has an exposed stone chimney breast with open fireplace (currently not in use). Continue through to the principal reception room which also has an exposed stone fireplace, making this a pleasant room to relax in. You also have two useful storage cupboards, one of which has power and light. From here you step down into a galley kitchen with a range of base and wall units. A back door leads out to the garden. From the landing a glass hatch provides borrowed light from roof light in the attic, a common feature of these properties. The two bedrooms are of good proportions with the master providing ample space for a large double bed and a range of accompanying furniture. The second bedroom can accommodate a double bed if required and also has plenty of space for additional furniture. Finally, the bathroom a tasteful white suite with corner bath and shower over.
The front garden is enclosed by a stone wall creating an attractive, low-maintenance courtyard front garden with space for potted plants, a flagstone path leads to the entrance door. The large south facing rear garden is one of the cottages greatest assets, accessed either from the kitchen or the rear gate, it is fully enclosed and enjoys a good degree of privacy. Mainly laid to lawn with a patio terrace extending from the rear elevation ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. A painted wooden door opens to the refurbished utility outhouse. An external water source is also available near the rear entrance. At the end of the garden a sizeable shed provides plenty of storage. Two parking space are situated at the end of the garden in a no through private road.
The property is situated in Wilfrid Road a conservation area just off the High Street. Street offers a good range of shopping facilities including Clarks Village complex of factory shopping outlets. Street also offers recreational facilities including theatre, tennis, bowls, and both indoor and open-air swimming pools. 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 14 miles. Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Exeter are each within 33,33 and 26 miles distant respectively.
From the High Street proceed in an easterly direction until reaching the open air swimming pool on the right. Turn right into Wilfrid Road and the property will soon be identified on the right hand side.