No Chain, Spacious modern home in Butleigh

5
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
2
Receptions
Guide Price £825,000 For Sale
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Address: 1 Grenville Court - Kingweston Road Butleigh
Town/City: Glastonbury
Postcode: BA6 8FL

County: Somerset
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref: #10262987

Property Summary

This delightful and well presented house offers contemporary modern living of an exceptionally high quality and is set on the edge of one of the most desirable villages in Somerset. The property ticks all the boxes, versatile accommodation including fabulous open plan kitchen/dining room, the hub around which family life revolves. The sitting room is dual aspect with stone fireplace with gas fire which is ideal for keeping cosy in Autumn or Winter. There are five comfortable bedrooms with the master bedroom having a feature en suite with dressing room and bathroom as well as a balcony to take in some lovely rural views and enjoy morning coffee or an early evening drink. There are three further bath/shower rooms with attractive modern suites.

There is a study with fitted shelving and cupboards which is now one of the most important rooms in any home as it provides the ideal space for use as a home office.

Both the kitchen and sitting room have French doors opening on to a terrace which provides somewhere to sit and relax whilst enjoying the pretty gardens.

1 Grenville Court was the show home for this popular development and is presented in excellent decorative order throughout and has some fantastic features which include blinds to all windows, many fitted wardrobes, double glazing , central heating throughout and most rooms on ground floor with timber effect flooring.



Outside

Parking space and Attached Single Garage.

The majority of the gardens are located to the rear and partly walled for privacy. They are predominantly lawned with a paved terrace and well stocked shrub beds and borders.



Situation

Butleigh is surrounded by rural countryside, farmland and wooded hills with a myriad of footpaths over many miles for great country walks straight from the house. This popular village has a thriving shop and post office, an excellent pub, primary school and nursery and a very active cricket club as well as the “Drawing Room” tea room/café. Recently there has been a “Heritage Trail” retelling the history of the old properties within the village and all the stories that they have to offer. 



For shopping, “Clark’s village” in Street offers a wealth of retail opportunities with more shopping and local amenities to be found in nearby Glastonbury, Somerton, Wells and Castle Cary. For further shopping and recreational activities, Bath, Bristol, Wells and Yeovil are all within about an hour’s drive. The A303 that runs south of Butleigh offers direct road links to London and the South west.



There are good rail transport links to London from Castle Cary railway station, (just about 20 mins drive), which offers an excellent direct rail service to London Paddington in less than two hours. Also, Airports in Bristol and Exeter offer connections within the UK, Europe and beyond.



Nearby Glastonbury is a town that is steeped in history going back to the legends of King Arthur. There was a Celtic monastery here in 500AD, which during the next 1000 years evolved into one of England’s wealthiest and influential Abbeys. The magnificent Glastonbury Abbey ruins and the famous Glastonbury Tor attract tourists to the town and so although small, it is a thriving town and it is well served by markets and a huge range of festivities. It is one of the few towns that has managed to shun many of the main chain stores whilst still providing all the necessary shops, restaurants, cafes, doctors, pharmacies, dentists, a wealth of clubs and sporting facilities and supermarkets. 



Equally close is the picturesque town of Somerton, originally the county town of Somerset and before that, possibly the capital of Wessex. Its focal point is the wide 17th Century Market Square with a Buttercross in the centre. The parish church, dedicated to St. Michael, is quite plain externally but contains one of the finest wooden roofs in the county carved by the monks at Muchelney Abbey. 

Somerton offers all the usual amenities of a market town and has a small independent supermarket.



Schools

Local independent schools include Millfield just 5 mins away with Wells Cathedral School, All Hallows and Hazlegrove prep schools and the various Bruton schools all within easy distance. State schools include St. Dunstan’s, Wells Blue and nearby Strode College 



Directions  

As you drive through the village of Butleigh along Barton Road, turn left at The Rose & Portcullis public house. Turn left again into King Weston Road where after a short distance you turn left into Grenville Court.



Services

Mains electricity, water and drainage.

Gas fired central heating.



Council Tax Band G £3137.00

Local Authority Mendip District Council 0300 303 8588

Tenure Freehold



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  • Ref: 10262987
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Unknown

Property Features

  • Superb edge of village location on prestigious development
  • Master bedroom with impressive en suite and balcony
  • 4 further bedrooms
  • 3 further bath/shower rooms
  • Sitting Room with stone fireplace
  • Splendid and well fitted kitchen/dining room
  • Excellent rural views from rear
  • Attractive gardens
  • Close to Millfield School
Guide Price £825,000
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