From the recessed side entrance porch, a door opens into a large hall, having a feature staircase rising and turning to the first floor landing and quarry tiled floor leading from the hall into the kitchen. To one side of the hall is a cloakroom, and on the left, a door opens into the dining room. Here there is an open fireplace with tiled surround and a semi circular bay window to the front.. Folding connecting doors then open into the living room, also with an open fireplace, having built in china cabinets and cupboards to either side and a window to the front. In the kitchen, there are a range of wall, base and drawer units, built in electric cooker and four ring gas hob. Oil fired twin oven AGA. Walk in pantry. There is a window to the rear and door to the rear porch, where plumbing is available for a washing machine.
On the first floor landing, there is a window to the rear and access to the large loft space. All the rooms are large doubles, with bedrooms one and two being at the front and having cast iron fireplaces. Bedroom three has a window overlooking the rear garden and a range of built in wardrobes across one wall, including the airing cupboard. Finally the family bathroom has a walk in shower enclosure with electric shower and wash hand basin. Adjoining the bathroom is a separate WC.
The property is situated in a sought-after location with easy access to Bushy Coombe (ideal for dog walking. The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and the High Street is within a short walk and offers a good range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, health centres, schooling and public houses. The Cathedral City of Wells is 6 miles whilst Street is 2 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including Strode Theatre, Strode College, both indoor and open air swimming pools and the complex of shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Access to the M5 motorway can be gained at Junction 23 (Dunball) some 14 miles, whilst Bristol, Bath and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
The house is set well back at the front, behind a blue lias stone wall and attractive garden, containing a lovely mature mixture of flower shrubs and plants. Centrally there is a sunken garden and paved seating area. A long driveway with parking for several cars, extends along the side of the house and around to the rear, where further parking is available. Here you will find an added dimension to the house, in the form of large outbuilding, incorporating double doors into a garage and workshop, having power/light supplied and wooden beamed ceiling. An opening takes you into a side entrance, which then extends further into a second workshop. There is huge potential for the whole building, looking towards conversion is an annexe subject to planning consent. The garden extending from the rear of the house comprises of a gravelled seating area, an expanse of lawn enjoying a lovely sunny aspect, enclosed behind mature hedgerow and trees.
From the town centre, proceed up the High Street passing St John's Church on the left. At the top of the hill turn right and then take the second turning on the left into Dod Lane. The property can be found on the left hand side.