A lovely late Victorian style town house, affording generous accommodation spread over three floors. From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor, with doors then leading off to the reception rooms. At the front is the lounge, having a bay window, feature fireplace and doors opening into the sitting room. This also has feature brick fireplace with inset gas fire and back boiler. At the rear of the house is a kitchen/dining room, which benefits from a single storey extension. The kitchen area is fitted with a modern rage of wall, base and drawer units having space for a gas/electric cooker, washing machine and dishwasher. In the dining area, there is a large velux roof light with double doors out onto the garden.
On the first floor, stairs rise to the second floor. Airing cupboard and doors to three bedrooms and a bathroom. Bed one is the largest bedroom at the front, with a bay window, cast iron fireplace and wardrobe recess. Bedroom two also has a cast iron fireplace and window overlooking the garden with bedroom five also having a rear aspect. The bathroom comprises of a white suite with panelled bath WC and wash hand basin. On the second floor, there are two double bedrooms, bedroom four with views over roof tops at the rear to Wearyall Hill beyond and bedroom three with a window to the front and exposed beams. Finally, there is a bathroom, with a Victorian style 'sits' bath, shower, WC and wash hand basin.
At the front, there is a small garden retained behind a stone wall. The rear garden has a patio extending from the dining room, opening onto a lawn with a mature border running down one side. Both the patio and lawn enjoy a lovely southerly aspect. At the foot is a large garage and workshop, opening onto the lane. This has an up and over door with power/light supplied.
The property is situated in Benedict Street and is within a level walk of the town centre which offers a good range of supermarkets, shops, cafes, restaurants, health centres and public houses. Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and is 6 miles from the Cathedral City of Wells. More comprehensive facilities can be found in Street, 2 miles distant, where Clarks Village offers a wide range of shopping outlets, there are both indoor and open air swimming pools, Strode Theatre and Strode College. Access to the M5 motorway can be gained at Junction 23 some 14 miles.
From our Glastonbury office proceed down the High Street and at the bottom turn right down into Benedict Street. Continue along Benedict Street. The property is located on the right hand side, just before the road bends around to the right.