The front door with fan light over, opens onto the entrance hall. Here a turning staircase rises to the first floor, the hallway also features architraves from the period. the ground floor comprises of a sitting room on the left, having a square bay window to the front, open fireplace with glazed tile inserts and a picture rail. Onto the dining room, also having an open fireplace with recessed display shelves and a window to the rear. Completing the ground floor is the kitchen with a range of wall and base units, plumbing for a washing machine, electric cooker point, dishwasher and upright fridge/freezer. There is a window to the side, quarry tiled floor and a door to the rear passageway with outside store.
The first floor has doors off to the two bedrooms, bathroom and WC, an airing cupboard, gas fired boiler and loft access. Bedroom one has two secondary glazed windows to the front, overlooking the grounds of Glastonbury Abbey, further window to the side and covered former fireplace. Bedroom two features a brick fireplace, with dual aspect windows to the side and rear. Onto the bathroom which comprises a panelled bath and wash hand basin, adjoining is a separate WC, but there is of course, the opportunity to combine the two into a much larger bathroom suite, with perhaps the addition of a shower enclosure.
At the front, path extends into a secluded front garden and then up to the front entrance door. The garden here is enclosed behind a natural stone wall with mature shrubs, before a passageway continues around to the side, via a secure wooden gate, into a courtyard garden, which also enjoys a great degree of seclusion.
The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and lies some 6 miles south of the Cathedral City of Wells. Street is 2 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including Strode Theatre and shopping outlet in Clarks Village. The major centres of Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within approximately one hour's commuting distance.
From the town centre proceed up the High Street passing St John's Church on the left. At the top of the Hill turn right into Lambrook Street and continue on into Chilkwell Street, where number 15 can be found along on the left hand side.