This detached family home offers superb accommodation being well presented throughout and with a large corner plot garden. From the light and airy entrance hall, stairs rise to the first floor, with doors off to the principle reception rooms and the kitchen. The dining room has windows to the front and side. To the rear of the house is the sitting room, having a feature fireplace inset fire, two ceiling roses inset into the recess ceiling and double doors into the conservatory. Into the large L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room, affording a comprehensive range of units with granite work surfaces over. There is a 'Rangemaster' twin over cooker, integrated dishwasher and 'American' style fridge/freezer. The conservatory is also well proportioned, being glazed on three sides, tiled floor and two sets of doors onto the garden. The utility also affords a range of units, with oil fired central heating boiler, space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble drier and an airing cupboard.
On the first floor, there is a galleried landing, with a window to the front and doors to the five bedrooms. Bedroom two has a fitted double wardrobe and has a door into the 'Jack and Jill' family bathroom. This has a panelled bath, vanity unit and wash hand basin. Bedrooms three and five both have windows overlooking the rear garden, with bed three having a fitted wardrobe. Bedroom four has a window to the front. The master bedroom suite has a pair of built in wardrobes, a window overlooking the rear garden and an en-suite shower room, complete with a walk in shower.
To the front, the house is set back from the road with a brick paved driveway, having parking and turning space for several vehicles, up to the single garage. There is secure access at the side into the rear garden. Here, a patio extends across the rear elevation. The generous corner plot enjoys a great degree of sunlight through the spring and summer months, being laid to lawn with raised shrub beds to one side. A side access has been created with hard standing for a caravan or boat.
Westhay is a rural village 5.5. miles from Glastonbury and 4 miles from Wedmore. The village has a pub and garage whilst the neighbouring village of Meare provides a primary school and farm shop. The surrounding Somerset countryside is picturesque and with its many nature reserves is popular with walkers and naturalists. Glastonbury, home of Millfield Junior School (Edgarley), provides an interesting choice of shops, a Morrisons Supermarket and choice of pubs and restaurants. the charming city of Wells is only 11 miles and the town of Street 7 miles. The larger centres of Bath, Bristol and Taunton are 32, 28 and 26 miles, Bristol International Airport is 21 miles and Junction 22 of the M5 motorway is approximately 11 miles.
On entering Glastonbury on the A39 from Street/Bridgwater, at the main roundabout (B & Q on the left) take the second exit onto the by-pass. Continue straight ahead at the first roundabout and at the next roundabout take the first exit signposted to Meare/Wedmore. Proceed through the village of Meare and into Westhay. Upon entering the village, turn left into Back Lane, whereby Crescent Corner can be found, set back, on the right hand side..