You enter the property through the front door into the entrance hall. Proceeding forward you turn left into the open plan sitting room. This room is light and spacious with an open fireplace and a bay window to the front. The room leads on through to the dining room, the vendors have opened the two main reception rooms up and with the rear extension have created a fantastic open family space complete with velux windows and glazed french doors leading out to a large decked area and the rear garden. This leads on through to the large kitchen. Fitted with a range of base and eye level units, built in dishwasher and range cooker with extractor over. Leading off from the kitchen there is a utility area with access to the downstairs WC. There is also a rear door to the back garden. To the first floor there are two spacious double bedrooms and a single room. There is a family bathroom with a three piece suite with separate double shower cubicle.
To the front there is a small courtyard garden that is paved. The main garden is to the rear of the property, mostly laid to lawn with ample space for a keen gardener to develop. There is a spacious garage at the bottom of the garden that opens up onto the lane at the rear, where there is parking for one vehicle. There is on road parking to the front.
Glastonbury which is situated at the bottom of The Tor is a market town steeped in history. Today Glastonbury is a popular tourist venue welcoming thousands of visitors every year. The Cathedral City of Wells which offers further amenities including regular markets, is within a short driving distance while outlet shopping is available at nearby Clarks Village in Street. Mainline rail services to London Paddington are available from Castle Cary which is 17 miles away. Bristol Airport is 23 miles away.
There is a wide range of good schools nearby in both the public and private sectors. There are good state primary schools within Glastonbury and several others nearby. State secondary schools include St. Dunstans in Glastonbury itself. Private schools locally include All Hallows, Wells Cathedral School, Downside, Millfield and King’s School Bruton. The area is also well known for its variety of sporting and leisure facilities including walking and cycling. There are leisure centres at Shepton Mallet, Wells and Glastonbury and golf courses at Wheathill, Mendip (outside Shepton Mallet) and Wells. Sailing at Chew Valley Lake and fishing at both Chew Valley and Blagdon Lakes as well as various areas on the Somerset Levels. Horse Racing can be found at Bath and Wincanton.
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All viewings by appointment through the vendors agent Killens. 01749 671172
Entering Glastonbury southbound on the A39 bypass take the first exit from Northload Bridge roundabout onto Northload Street then turn left onto Manor House Road and then a right turn onto Norbins Road, continue along and the property is on the right hand side.