Benedict Street, Glastonbury, BA6

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A well-proportioned mid-terrace period house, conveniently located close to Glastonbury High Street (0.30 mile). The light and airy accommodation includes two reception rooms and four bedrooms, with a generous south facing garden. For sale with no onward chain. EPC rating D.

This delightful, light and airy property underwent a complete renovation two years ago, boasting a new kitchen, bathroom, heating system and more.

A door to the front of the property opens into an entrance porch, with an inner door to the main hall. Access to the reception rooms, kitchen and downstairs WC is provided via the hall, which includes the staircase to the first floor accommodation.  The sitting room is located at the front of the house and has an attractive fireplace, exposed wooden flooring, a double glazed bay window and an opening into the adjoining dining room. Double doors from the dining room then lead through to a lean-to, which continues out to the garden and into the kitchen. Fitted with a range of matching floor and wall units, the kitchen has a tiled floor and includes an integrated eye-level oven and hob with an extractor fan. There is space for freestanding white goods, a double glazed window overlooking the garden and an external door to the side.

On the first floor, a central landing leads to four bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom, which has a modern white suite and comprises a panelled bath with a shower over, a low level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin.


To the rear of the property, there is a generous south-facing garden, which is enclosed to all sides by stone walling and fencing. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a central path and areas of mature shrubs and plants. At the back, there is a wooden gate opened to a rear path giving access on foot. Whilst there is no allocated off-road parking, on-street parking is available throughout Benedict Street and in the neighbouring roads.

The market town of Glastonbury is known for the Tor - its most iconic landmark. Steeped in history, 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 a bustling High Street, an eclectic variety of independent shops, as well as two major supermarkets and other well-known branded stores.

There is schooling to cater for infants through to secondary, with higher education available at nearby Strode College in Street. The adjoining town of Street offers a wider variety of amenities and facilities from its outlet shopping centre, Clarks Village and the cathedral city of Wells lies some six miles away. Communication links are excellent with easy access to the M5 approx. 15 miles distant and at Castle Cary mainline trains run to London Paddington in under two hours.

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