A delightful and spacious end terrace cottage well situated within walking distance of all the town’s amenities.
Built of local Blue Lias stone by the Clark’s family in the 1890’s for its workers.
AccommodationLeading from the front elevation you arrive in the entrance hall where stairs ascend to the first floor with storage beneath, an opening takes you into a light and spacious lounge/dining room, featuring two fireplaces and a dual aspect with French doors at one end.
Continue into the kitchen, fitted with a modern range of base, wall and drawer units with work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit, space for a tall fridge/freezer, washing machine and freestanding cooker.
There is also a useful pantry and a back door into the rear porch, in turn leading into the garden.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom comprising a white suite and airing cupboard.
The principal bedroom is particularly light and spacious.
Lastly, on the second floor the third bedroom is a fantastic size with window to side and a cloakroom.
The property benefits from ample storage cupboards on each floor.
OutsideThe front garden has a natural stone boundary wall and has been laid to gravel for ease of maintenance and can be used as extra parking if required.
A shared drive at the side of the property provides a designated parking space.
A side gate opens into the garden, which provides a private and good size space which is fully enclosed, laid mainly to lawn with a patio, storage sheds and outside toilet.
LocationThe property is situated in a 'no through' road within a level walk of the shopping facilities in the High Street and Clarks Village with its complex of factory shopping outlets.
Street also offers a good range of sporting and recreational facilities including both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis, bowls, football, cricket etc.
, and Strode Theatre.
The historic town of Glastonbury is 2 miles and the Cathedral City of Wells is 8 miles.
The nearest M5 motorway interchange at Dunball, Bridgwater (Junction 23) is 12 miles, whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
DirectionsFrom the High Street proceed in a westerly direction passing Living Homes and Orchard Road on the right.
Take the next turning on the right into Cranhill Road and proceed to the far end.
As the road bears round to the right, Woodsbatch will be found immediately ahead with the property found on the right-hand side.