- Charming detached property in a tranquil setting
- Located with views of the Glastonbury Tor to the South and the Mendips to the North
- Striking kitchen with stunning features & integrated appliances
- 3 double bedrooms with the flexibility to make a 4th
- Fashionable open plan living plus enclosed rooms for privacy
- 2 shower rooms & a family bathroom
- Approximately half an acre of grounds & ample private parking
- Fully insulated outside studio, ideal as a work from home space.
- Mainline rail service from Castle Cary, Bridgwater or Taunton to London (Paddington) in circa 2 hours.
Property Description: This stylish, converted & extended detached property comes to the market with it's idyllic location and views over the Glastonbury Tor and the Mendip Hills. Surrounded by nature, this property is perfect for those wishing to enjoy a tranquil life. The porch leads you through to the spacious entrance hall that greets you with the stylish staircase and access to all of the ground floor. Half of this floor is occupied by the fashionable open plan living space. The kitchen alone needs to be seen to be fully appreciated. It's stunning double height appearance and enviable island are just two of the appealing features. There are plenty of wall and base units for storage and integrated appliances that include an LPG range. The dining area has ample room and to the other side of the kitchen is a living area with French doors leading out tot he garden. This open plan room really is perfect for entertaining all year round. Also to the ground floor is a beautifully lit double bedroom and both a bathroom and a shower room that have been fully fitted in a modern way. Lastly on the ground floor is a separate living room with a log burner and French doors leading out to the garden. This room could also be used as a fourth bedroom should the new owners require it. Upstairs, there are two large double bedrooms, both over looking the Glastonbury Tor, and a shower room.
Outside: Nature really is on your door step with this property with regular visits from local wildlife to the garden, including deer. This property is situated in the centre of the plot with an orchard and green house in the grounds, ready for "The Good Life". The neat garden is mainly laid to lawn with some mature shrubs and bushes to the border and some young, small trees and raised beds to the middle. There is a fully insulated outside studio in the garden that would be the perfect work from home space, gym or hobby room. There is storage to the eves in this structure and even comes with the potential to convert it further. Also to the outside is a log store and further storage. There is a large gravelled driveway and plenty of private parking.
Location: The Hamlet of Wick lies below Glastonbury Tor. Wick has its own farm shop and café situated at Middlewick. Close by is the vibrant and thriving market town of Glastonbury, which attracts thousands of visitors each year to soak up the history and enjoy the array of independent retailers including quality food shops and cafes alongside complimentary health clinics. The village of West Pennard is not far from Wick and boasts a fabulous village pub, The Lion, as well as an excellent primary school and village hall. Glastonbury is steeped in history with legends about Joseph of Arimathea, the Holy Grail and King Arthur. Medieval Glastonbury, now a designated conservation area, centres around the magnificent ruins of the Abbey and once had one of the richest and most powerful monasteries in England. Shopping is also available in Street (Clarks Shopping Village), Wells just 6 miles away, the market towns of Somerton and Castle Cary are not far away, not to mention the stylish town of Bruton. There are excellent schools both in he state and private sector; St Dunstans in Glastonbury and Crispin School at secondary level in Street. There are numerous primary schools in the area from ones in Glastonbury itself to rural village schools at nearby West Pennard or Butleigh to name a couple. For private schools there is the well-known Millfield School at Street and Wells Cathedral School in Wells a short drive away and other private schools can be found in Hazlegrove at Sparkford, Kings School Bruton, Bruton School for Girls, Sexeys School Bruton (state boarding) and Sherborne Schools. Mainline rail service from Castle Cary, Bridgwater or Taunton to London (Paddington) in circa 2 hours. Bristol and Exeter Airports are both within about an hour's drive offering connections around the UK and Europe.
Directions: - BA6 8JR
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Local Authority: Mendip District Council
Services: Oil central heating, mains water and electricity. Septic tank drainage
Tenure: This property is freehold and is sold with vacant possession upon completion
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Castle Cary Station8.4 miles
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