Property of the week: Four bedroom house in a quiet Glastonbury cul de sac

A light and spacious 4-bedroom detached house, providing plenty of flexible accommodation and a good-sized south-facing garden.

By Laura Linham

15th Dec 2022 | Property of the Week

This house in Glastonbury is our property of the week
This house in Glastonbury is our property of the week

This week's property of the week from our sponsors Roderick Thomas is a wonderful property in a peaceful cul-de-sac, on the market for £350,000.

It's a light and spacious 4-bedroom detached house, providing plenty of flexible accommodation and a good-sized south-facing garden.

With its attractive red brick façade, the house occupies a pleasant position on a tree-lined residential street, with excellent access to the town centre as well as local footpaths into the surrounding countryside. There is part double-glazing, gas central heating and broadband.

The front door is sheltered by a glazed porch and opens into a light entrance hall with an under-stairs storage cupboard and a cloakroom with a basin and wc.

The modern fitted kitchen has plenty of storage, a great breakfast bar, a Belfast sink, ceramic hob with electric fan oven and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. There's space for a dining table and a glazed door leads to the garden.

A separate living room adjoins the kitchen, and which is well suited as a dining room if required. It has an attractive glazed double door leading into the super south-facing conservatory.

This spans the back of the house providing a really generous living and dining space, lovely solid wood floors and a very sunny spot from overlooking and adjoining the garden. The main sitting room, currently used as a bedroom, is a bright and well-proportioned room with a wooden and marble fireplace surround, with gas fire, and stripped pine floorboards.

First Floor

The main bedroom is a sunny and spacious room with a built-in cupboard and views across the back garden and beyond to open countryside.

A second good-sized bedroom also enjoys this view to the back, whilst a further two bedrooms at the front of the property enjoy the pleasant aspect of the peaceful and attractive street.

The family bathroom is light and modern with a white suite, bath with shower above and heated towel rail. The landing area also contains a useful airing cupboard and loft-hatch access.

The back garden can be accessed from the conservatory, the kitchen door, and a side access gate from the driveway. It is a delightful, sunny garden, mostly lawned but with mature shrubs around the perimeter including a large holly bush. The garden is peaceful, secluded, and fully enclosed by walls and fences to provide safety for dogs and children.

Helpful access to the garage is also situated in the garden. To the front of the property, there is a private driveway, with space for several cars, as well as direct access to the garage, which has power and an outdoor tap.


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