From the enclosed front entrance porch, a door opens into an L-shaped lounge and dining room. Originally, this may well have been two separate receptions and could easily be made so again. There are two sets of patio doors opening into the conservatory, a feature stone fireplace with inset gas effect fire and a serving hatch opening into the kitchen. On the left a door opens into an inner hall and on the right into the kitchen. Here there are a range of wall, drawer and base units with work surfaces over. There is a built in electric double oven, hob and space for a fridge/freezer. A door then takes you down a flight of steps to the utility, where the gas fired boiler and hot water tank are situated. On the right is the shower room, on the left is a door to the side access and in front of you, a further door into the large single garage.
Back to the lounge, the conservatory has windows on three sides and sliding doors out onto the rear garden. A door then opens into the inner hall. Here there is a built in double cupboard with clothes hanging rail and doors leading to the three bedrooms, second shower room and WC. Bedroom one has a window to the front, with bedrooms two and three, both having windows overlooking the rear garden. The shower room adjoins the separate WC, but of course, the two could easily be combined to make one larger bathroom.
The bungalow is set back from the cul-de-sac, behind a mature lawned front garden, also comprising a variety of flowering shrubs and plants. The driveway, having parking for 2-3 cars, leads up to a large single garage, with a metal automatic roller door. The garage has power/light supplied and an internal door to the utility room. Around to the the side, and there is a wide access here to the rear garden and gate leading out onto a footpath. The garden at the rear enjoys a lovely southerly aspect and great degree of seclusion. The lawned garden benefits from both the sunlight and shade, offered by the mature trees and bushes, interspersed throughout. To one corner there is a secluded summer house, and similar to the front garden, a variety of mature flowering shrubs and set to one side, a fruit cage.
Butleigh is a favoured village situated amidst gently rolling countryside 3 miles from Street and 4 miles from Glastonbury. Butleigh provides a primary school, the Rose and Portcullis pub, church and village stores. The historic market town of Glastonbury provides a range of facilities including a Morrisons Supermarket, a choice of pubs and restaurants and St Dunstan's Community School. Millfield Junior School is situated on the edge of the town at Edgarley. Street provides a further choice of shops including the bustling Clarks Village with its range of factory outlets. Street also has a theatre, sixth form college, indoor and open air swimming pools, health centre and a Sainsburys Supermarket. The centres of Wells, Bath, Bristol and Taunton are approximately 10, 29, 31 and 24 miles respectively.
From Glastonbury/Street take the Butleigh Road and on entering the village pass Butleigh Court and the Cricket ground on the left. Take the next left turning into the High Street and continue passing the village stores on the right and the primary school on the left. Proceed up the High Street pass the turning on the right into Chapel Lane. Take the next turning on the right into Holmans, whereby no.3 can be found on the left hand side.