From the entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor landing with a door opening into the lounge, here there is a window to the front, a door opening into the inner hall and further door into the dining room. In turn, double doors from here open into the family room extension. Returning to the inner hall, there is an understair cupboard, cloakroom, door into the garage and then opening into the kitchen. This comprises a modern range of wall, base and drawer units and includes an integrated double electric oven and four ring gas hob. Space for a dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The kitchen then opens into a lovely open p[lan family room extension to the rear of the house, that provides the real 'hub' of the house. There is ample space for a dining table, settee and chairs, all enjoying a southerly aspect, with windows and doors out onto the enclosed rear garden.
On the first floor, doors lead to the four bedrooms and family bathroom. Bedrooms one and three can be found at the front, with easterly views over roof tops to Glastonbury Tor beyond, bedroom one having a built in double wardrobe. Bedrooms two and four enjoy southerly views over the rear garden and the levels in the distance with bed two also enjoying a fitted wardrobe. The family bathroom comprises of a white suite including a panelled bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
A driveway at the front, provides parking for two-three cars, up to the single integral garage, which has an up and over door with power/light supplied. A footpath to the side leads into the rear garden. Here, a patio extends from the family room, where there is equal light and shade to be found. On the left side is a lovely covered seating area and centrally, an array of mature shrubs and plants, all securely enclosed behind timber fencing.
The property is situated on the popular Redlands development on the southern outskirts of the historic town of Glastonbury which is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins. The town centre offers a good range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and public houses. The Cathedral City of Wells is 6.5 miles whilst 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. The nearest M5 motorway access is at Dunball (Junction 23) some 14 miles whilst the major centres of Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within approximately one hour's drive.
On entering Glastonbury along the Street Road, continue on passing Morrisons Supermarket on the left and at the mini-roundabout turn right up Fishers Hill. At the top of the hill, as the road bears sharp left, proceed straight ahead into Butleigh Road. Follow the road down the hill and take the second turning on the left into Bretenoux Road and second left again into Actis Road. Abbey Meads is the second turning on the right.