Well-presented throughout and offering light and spacious accommodation. The front entrance porch opens into the hall overflowing with a great deal of natural light. Glazed double sliding doors open into the kitchen/dining room, from where you can appreciate the extensive views through two rear facing windows. The kitchen has been appointed with a 'Howdens' kitchen comprising of a range of wall, drawer and base units, incorporating space for a cooker, fridge and freezer. There is a loft access fitted with a ladder and light. At one end there is ample space for a table and chairs. The lounge has a double aspect once more benefitting from the special views over roof tops and beyond taking in Wearyall Hill. The views are not only spectacular in the day but are outstanding at night. Before descending to the ground floor there is a shower room with a WC, shower enclosure with a mains fed shower, corner vanity unit with wash hand basin and an obscure window to the side.
On the ground floor the hall has two under stair cupboards, a shelved airing cupboard and spacious utility, comprising of fitted 'Magnet' cupboards, a stainless steel sink, as well as space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A door also opens out onto the private side patio. Complemented with ceramic wood effect flooring and a door to the outside leading onto a private side patio. Further doors lead off to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. Bedrooms one, three and four all benefit from glorious views over the town, bedroom two provides a double built-in wardrobe.
The family bathroom has fully tiled walls and floor and is appointed with a white suite comprising of a 'P'' shaped bath with mains fed shower, vanity unit with wash hand basin, WC and an obscure window to the side.
The house is approached over a wide tarmac driveway behind a stone wall, providing ample parking for several vehicle and a car port. Steps to the side lead to the rear garden with access also to individual gardens on both sides. Both have been made low maintenance but provide an abundance of perennial shrubs, plants and trees. From the utility a large patio with a rockery and timber garden shed can be accessed, with access to the rear garden and cellar which provides a good amount of storage for garden machinery and tools.
The rear garden has been beautifully landscaped with individual planted tiered areas, providing seating for certain times of the day. At the foot of the garden is a gated entrance making easy access to the town via a footpath. A first floor decked balcony with outside lighting extends from one of the bedrooms, with steps on both sides to the garden below.
The property is in an elevated setting approximately one quarter of a mile from the High Street with its good range of shops, restaurants, health centres, public houses etc. The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and is some 6 miles from the Cathedral City of Wells. Street is 2 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including Strode College, Strode Theatre, both indoor and outdoor swimming pools and the complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Access to the M5 (Junction 23 - Dunball) is 14 miles whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
From the town centre proceed up the High Street passing St John's Church on the left. At the top of the hill turn left and then immediately right into Bove Town. Continue and take the first turning on the left into Rowley Road where the property can be found further along around a bend on the left hand side.