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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Grenville Close, Butleigh, BA6

Sold by Another Agent £220,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Three Bedrooms
  • No Chain
  • End Of Terrace House
  • Two Receptions
  • Utility / Cloakroom
  • Conservatory
  • Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Enclosed Rear Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A three bedroom end terrace house that has been extended on the ground floor. Offered for sale with no onward chain. The accommodation briefly consists of entrance hall, kitchen open to the rear lobby area and the utility/W.C. Living room which opens into the dining area which in turn leads to the rear conservatory. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a good size single plus a modern family bathroom.
The picturesque and sought after village of Butleigh lies 3 miles from Glastonbury and Street. Both Millfield preparatory and senior schools are within close proximity. The village enjoys a host of amenities including a shop and post office, a very popular public house, church and a village primary school.

Entrance Hall
uPVC double glazed front entrance door with matching panel. Stairs rising to the first floor landing with open understair recess. Tiled floor. Window to side. Radiator. Doors off and leading to:

Living / Dining Room
21' 5'' x 14' 0'' (6.52m x 4.26m) narrowing to 9'5" (2.87m)
Double glazed window to the front aspect. Two radiators with attractive covers. Coved ceiling and dado rails. Glazed double doors with matching side panel opening to:

17' 1'' x 13' 5'' (5.20m x 4.09m)
This multi purpose room has windows and doors to the rear garden. Inset into the roof are two windows. Radiator. Opening to kitchen and rear lobby. Door to:

Utility Area
Incorporating a downstairs W.C.
Space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble direr. White suite comprises of a WC and wash hand basin. Gas fired central heating boiler. Tiled floor and window to rear.

10' 5'' x 9' 9'' (3.17m x 2.97m)
Fitted with a modern range of Beech fronted wall and base mounted units having work surfaces over. Integrated appliances include an electric double oven, microwave, further single electric oven with five ring gas hob and extractor hood over, plus a fridge. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Tiled floor. Archway to:

Rear Lobby
uPVC double glazed door to the side aspect.

First Floor Landing
Access to loft space. Panelled doors off and leading to:

Bedroom One
12' 1'' x 10' 7'' max (3.68m x 3.22m)
Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Radiator.

Bedroom Two
11' 2'' x 10' 7'' (3.40m x 3.22m)
Double glazed window to the front aspect. Stripped and exposed wooden floor. Radiator. Built in wardrobe with clothes hanging rail and shelf storage space.

Bedroom Three
9' 0'' x 7' 0'' max (2.74m x 2.13m)
Double glazed window to the side aspect. Overstair store cupboard with clothes hanging rail. Radiator.

A modern white suite comprising of a P-shaped shower/bath having mains fed shower, WC and vanity unit with inset wash hand basin. Window to rear. Heated towel rail.

At the front, a footpath leads across an elevated garden to the main entrance door. Secure gated access at the side, where a there is a paved patio, opening out onto a larger paved area. This aspect basks in sunlight throughout the spring and summer months, via the south westerly aspect. At the foot, there is a pedestrian gate to the parking area, where allocated parking is available for two vehicles.

Local Area

Butleigh is an historic village within easy reach of the surrounding local towns of Glastonbury (4 miles), Street (3½ miles) and Wells (10 miles) and also the larger centres of Yeovil to the south and Bath and Bristol to the north. The A303 lies just to the south and there is a main rail line station at Castle Cary, with access to London Paddington in 2 hours and 6 minutes, and Bristol Airport is just 27 miles away. Street is a popular and busy town well known for Clarks Retail Village. In addition there is wide range of other facilities and amenities, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a leisure centre and a theatre.

Glastonbury's past and present are linked with its dominant landmark, the Tor. The town has been a religious centre since the establishment of a Celtic monastery by 500AD, which evolved into one of England's wealthiest and most influential abbeys. The town grew up alongside the Abbey and is now a small but thriving town and a major tourist venue. Just 5 miles from Glastonbury is Wells, which is the smallest city in England. Its centre is the market place (local markets twice a week) surrounded by many medieval buildings including the Cathedral and the moated Bishops Palace. There are excellent, local state schools in the area including the primary school in the village, St. Dunstans, Wells Blue School and Strode College. Noted independent schools include Millfield, Wells Cathedral School, Downside, All Hallows and the Bruton schools.

This friendly and popular village has a population of around a thousand, a thriving general stores shop and post office, an active church, a very well regarded nursery and primary school, an excellent pub, which serves good food, and various societies and organisations including a local cricket club. Within easy reach are many societies and clubs covering a wide variety of sporting and cultural activities. The surrounding and nearby countryside includes rolling farmland, wooded hills and the Mendip Hills.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 December 2016


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