From the ground floor entrance hall, oak stairs with glazed panels, rise to the first floor, with a door on the left opening into the independent ground floor annex. This comprises of a bed/sitting room with two windows and door leading to the garden, a modern fitted kitchen including an integrated induction hob, electric oven and wall mounted 'Worcester' gas central heating boiler. Also here is a shower room, complete with a shower enclosure, WC and wash hand basin. Back into the hall, and to the right is a large utility/laundry room, with wall and base units, space for the washing machine and tumble drier, doors to the front and rear courtyard, plus a further door into the cloakroom.
Onto the first floor, where there is the kitchen, third bedroom and galleried sitting with dining room. The views from here are stunning, both south and westerly, not only taking in the hills, but out over the town and into the distance. Wrapping around the sitting room, creating a galleried effect from the large windows, is a dining area and office space. Here there is also a feature fireplace housing a multi fuel stove. The kitchen comprises a quality range of oak fronted units including a peninsular unit with a granite work surface and cupboard storage under. Integrated appliances include a 'Siemens' electric double oven and induction hob with a 'Bosch' dishwasher. There is also space for a an upright fridge/freezer. Last of all on the first floor is bedroom three, a generous double enjoying a lovely westerly aspect.
On the second floor, the views are at their very best with bedroom one in particular taking full advantage. Besides a range of built in wardrobes across one wall, there are views from the rear facing window, as well as a door out onto the roof terrace. Bedroom two, also having a range of built in wardrobes and a rear facing window, which takes in Glastonbury Tor and Chalice Hill. Last of all is the spacious family bathroom, complete with a deep enamel bath, separate shower enclosure, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and WC. Airing cupboard housing the pressurised hot water cylinder.
Three Hills House is approached from a lane leading off Bovetown and then a private driveway upto the front of the house. The driveway offers extended parking and turning space for several vehicles. The drive then extends to the front porch, passing a concealed oil storage tank and then an ornamental pond on the left. The garden has been designed to take full advantage of the views, having been mainly terraced into two levels. On the first level there is a large seating/patio area with decking and loose chippings, enjoying a great degree of seclusion and privacy, taking in views across the moor to Admiral Hoods monument in the distance. Steps then lead down to the main garden, where there is a large 'orangery/glass house' (24' x 15'4), glazed on three sides with a glass roof, complete with raised beds, having also been extensively renovated by the current owner. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn, with newly established flower and shrub beds, having further views over the town roof tops to St Johns church tower and the levels beyond.
The property is situated high above the town, giving it an almost unqiue view over Glastonbury's most renowned landmarks and far beyond. The town benefits from its good range of shops, restaurants, Inns, supermarkets, health centres etc. The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and is some 6 miles from the Cathedral City of Wells. The thriving centre of Street is 2 miles and offers more comprehensive facilities including both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Strode Theatre and the complex of factory shopping outlets in Clarks Village. The nearest M5 motorway interchange at Dunball, Bridgwater (Junction 23) is 14 miles whilst Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.
From our Glastonbury office in the centre of town, proceed to the top of the High Street and carry straight on over into Bovetown. Pass the turning for Rowley Road on your left and after approximately a further 400 yards, you will see a private lane on the left hand side, almost going back on itself. Follow the lane up the Hill, firstly passing Mount Avalon house, carry on past the second house and Three Hills House is the final house at the very top of the lane, with its own private driveway.