The works carried out include a new gas fired boiler, complete decoration throughout, new kitchen and shower room, new electric fire and surround in the sitting room and fitted wardrobes in the master bedroom in addition to new flooring throughout. It is worth noting that the refurbishment was carried our for our clients' occupation of the property rather than by a developer but unforeseen circumstances necessitate a sale.
A canopy porch shelters a glazed door into the hallway with stairs to the first floor and an understairs cupboard. To the left of the hall is a sitting room with a feature remote control electric fire and a large window to the front flooding the room with light. The sitting room opens into a dining area with patio doors onto the rear garden. To the rear of the house is a newly fitted kitchen with wood-effect floor and high gloss wall and base units including a pull-out larder, integrated dishwasher, double electric oven and grill and a stainless steel gas hob with a re-circulating hood over. From the kitchen there is a rear lobby leading to the garden and also giving access to a ground floor cloakroom.
Upstairs on the first floor there are three bedrooms. The master bedroom has a built-in shelved cupboard in addition to two double and two single fitted wardrobes. This room also has a view of Glastonbury Tor. The shower room and separate cloakroom have both been re-fitted with the shower room having a large shower cubicle with both an overhead and hand-held shower and a wash hand basin in a vanity unit.
To the front of the property there is a lawned garden with flower bed and a low retaining wall.
To the rear the garden extends to 11.8m (max) x 6.9m (38' x 22')and is mainly laid to lawn and bounded by panel fencing. Wooden shed. Water tap. Sensor operated lighting. A gate leads to an area to the rear containing a block of garages. There is a single garage with up and over door allocated to the property and measuring 5.1m x 2.5m (16'7 x 8'2).
Set on the outskirts of the city within a level walk of the city centre. Wells is the smallest city in England and offers a vibrant high street with a variety of independent shops and restaurants as well as a twice weekly market and a choice of supermarkets including Waitrose. At the very heart of the city is the medieval Cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and Vicars’ Close (reputed to be the oldest surviving residential street in Europe). Bristol and Bath lie c. 22 miles to the north and north-east respectively with mainline train stations to London at Castle Cary (c.11 miles) as well as Bristol and Bath. Bristol International Airport is c.15 miles to the north-west. Of particular note is the variety of well-regarded schools in both the state and private sectors in Wells and the surrounding area.
From Wells take the A39 towards Glastonbury. Pass the Police Station and take the next turning right into Jocelyn Drive. Continue along this road and turn right into Bignal Rand Drive where the property can be found on the left hand side with a For Sale board displayed.