From the covered entrance porch a door opens into a spacious hall, where the period wooden staircase winds its way to a galleried landing. On the left is a door into the lounge, having stone open fireplace and a window to the front. Double doors open into the dining room, which in turn opens out onto the patio and rear garden, with a doors returning into the hall and the kitchen. This comprises a range of a wall, drawer and base units, space and plumbing for an electric cooker, washing machine and fridge. Doors then open to the side and single garage. Back in the entrance hall, and a door leads into the an inner hall, opening onto the garden a downstairs shower room.
On the first floor, there s an open galleried landing with a window to the front. There are three large double bedrooms, bedroom two having a window to the front and built in wardrobes, bedroom three having a view over the rear garden, also having built in wardrobes. At the end of the landing is the bedroom one, which has double doors opening onto the balcony, enjoying rural views, and at the opposite end, a door opening into the en-suite shower room. Finally on the first floor, is the family bathroom.
At the front, there is driveway parking for one car, up to the single integral garage. The rear garden is in two parts, with whole measuring approximately 0.25 acres. Extending from the rear of the house is a patio and lawn, with an oil tank at the foot, and a wide opening into the remaining part of the garden. Here there are a range of buildings including a wooden workshop, former block built aviaries, cages and greenhouse. Extending on from here there is a large allotment garden, providing ample potential for further cultivation, whilst enjoying a great degree of seclusion and privacy.
Stileway is a peaceful rural hamlet away from main roads just a short distance from the village of Meare where there is a Parish Church and Primary School. The lane into Stileway is a 'No Through Road' which means that the hamlet benefits from the absence of through traffic. The historic town of Glastonbury and the thriving centre of Street are both within approximately three and five miles providing comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities.
On approaching Glastonbury 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 second roundabout turn left signposted to Meare. On approaching the village, turn left signposted to Stileway. Continue straight ahead and then follow the road through Stileway bearing left when the property can be seen on the left hand side.