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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Bread Street, Pilton

Sold by Us £339,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Central village location
  • Pedestrian side and rear access
  • Well away from busy roads
  • Plenty of period features
  • Free Glastonbury Festival tickets!
  • Vehicular rear access
  • Two reception rooms
  • Three bedrooms
  • Front and rear garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The accommodation is entered via a stable door leading into the dining room. This room includes a feature fire place and front aspect with window seat overlooking the attractive cottage garden. A cosy sitting room offers an abundance of charm and character, its central feature being a stone fire place with inset beam, complete with wood burning stove. There is a built in storage cupboard and concealed stairs to the first floor and a similar front aspect over the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is located to the rear of the property and enjoys a real "cottage" feel. It comprises a cream suite with hardwood worktops, Belfast sink, a rear aspect and door opening out to the garden. A separate WC is located close by.

There are three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. The main bedroom includes a cast iron fire place and built in storage. Further loft storage can be accessed from the second bedroom.
 

A pedestrian gate accessed from Bread Street leads to a charming, well stocked front garden. There is a secluded patio area to one side and central pathway leading to the stable door. To the rear is a larger, more secluded garden with patio space and lawn. A wooden shed provides useful storage and a rear gate provides pedestrian and vehicular rear area access. 

From Glastonbury follow the signs A361 signposted Shepton Mallet. Continue along this road for approximately seven miles. Proceed up Park Hill taking the first right into Parsons Batch (passing the Church) and into Shop Lane. Continue along this lane for around 500 yards at which point you will see the cottage on the left hand side, clearly identified by our for sale board.  

The characterful Mendip village of Pilton lies just two miles south-west of Shepton Mallet and five miles north east of Glastonbury. The village, popular with home buyers due to it's convenient location (close to the A361 & A37) and picturesque properties, is most famous for being the home of Glastonbury Festival.  

COUNCIL TAX BAND 'C' 

EPC RATING 'E' 

SERVICES Mains water, drainage and electricity are all connected. 

TENURE 'Freehold' 


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20 August 2016

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