Benedict Street, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A stunning, extended Victorian townhouse that has been lovingly refurbished to create a stylish family home. Offering well proportioned accommodation over three floors, including four generous bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large open sitting/kitchen/dining room. Beautiful rear south facing garden and large garage. EPC rating C.

A beautifully presented late Victorian terraced townhouse, which has been extremely well improved by the current owners and affords generous accommodation spread over three floors, with a superb combination of period charm and sympathetic modern style. The property further benefits from a lovely, south facing rear garden, garage and fitted solar panels which generate a healthy income.

Approached from the front, a handy enclosed entrance porch featuring patterned glass windows and tiled flooring leads through into the very welcoming hallway, where the mosaic tiled flooring continues. From here, stairs rise to the first floor with a useful storage cupboard under, that has the benefit of fitted plumbing for a future w/c conversion, whilst a doorway also leads off to the main ground floor living area. Having been beautifully remodelled, the ground floor has now been fully opened up into a wonderful, large, light and airy living space, bringing the sitting room, dining room and kitchen all into one fantastic family room, that has been finished to an incredibly high standard. At the front is the lounge area, which offers a bay window, two chimney breasts, one with an inset log burner and fitted shelving to either side, as well as fitted oak flooring. From here, you step down into the spacious and stunningly appointed kitchen/dining area, which offers twin bi-fold doors onto the rear garden and multiple overhead Velux windows, allowing copious amounts of sunlight to flood in from the south facing aspect that it enjoys. The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of modern, white wall base and drawer units, as well as a large central island and space for a large dining table, making it a perfect place for either entertaining, or dining with family. Integrated appliances include twin eye-level ovens, an electric induction hob, fridge/freezer and dishwasher, whilst additional fixtures include contemporary upright radiators, oak flooring and fitted stylish downlights.

Located on the first floor are three generous bedrooms and a family bathroom. The largest bedroom on the first floor is the one at the front and is particularly spacious, offering a bay window and original fitted cast iron fireplace. Bedroom two also has a cast iron fireplace and a built-in wardrobe, and enjoys a southerly aspect with a window overlooking the garden and towards Wearyall Hill, with the smallest of the four bedrooms at the rear of the first floor and also having a window overlooking the garden. The family bathroom has been refitted with a stylish, contemporary white suite with contrasting black hardware fittings, as well as white geometric tiling and black grouting. The suite briefly comprises a panel bath with shower over and a concealed unit with w/c and wash basin. Stairs then climb to the second floor, where you will find the spacious master bedroom with views over rooftops at the rear to Wearyall Hill beyond, as well as a very smart fitted en-suite shower room with a fully tiled shower cubicle, w/c, wash basin and chrome ladder back towel heater.

The market town of Glastonbury is linked with the Tor - its dominant landmark. Medieval Glastonbury is a designated conservation area that clusters around the evocative ruins of the Abbey. The town offers a wide variety of amenities with shopping in the High Street and a local supermarket and today it is a small but thriving town and a major tourist venue. There is schooling to cater for infants through to secondary education with higher education available at the nearby Strode College in Street. Nearby the town of Street caters for a wider variety of shopping needs from its out of town shopping centre, Clarks Village and the cultural city of Wells lies some 6 miles away. Communication links are excellent with access to the M5 some 15 miles distant and at Castle Cary mainline trains run to London Paddington.

At the front, there is a neat shingle garden area that is retained behind a red brick stone wall and mature hedge affording privacy for the sitting room. The rear garden has been superbly landscaped and includes patio seating extending from the kitchen/dining room, opening onto a lawn with mature borders. Both the patio and lawn enjoy a lovely southerly aspect and are bounded by timber fencing. At the foot is a large garage and workshop, opening onto the lane. This has an up-and-over door with power/light supplied.

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