The property occupies a good size level plot in an established residential area within walking distance of local shops and close to a bus route.


The internal accommodation is accessed via a part glazed front door which opens into the entrance hall presented with delightful, tiled flooring that continues through to the bathroom with a modern suite


comprising: low level WC, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, heated ladder towel rail and wall tiling.


To the front of the bungalow there are two well-proportioned double bedrooms (one of which benefits a from built in wardrobes) that are presented with stylish LVT wood effect flooring.


Also accessed via the entrance hall is the eye-catching lounge which is again presented with a


continuation of the LVT wood effect flooring and offers useful built in shelving and an integrated


electric fire. Ample room is provided for multiple sofa’s.


A well-designed extension to the rear of the property has created a wonderful dining area with a high


ceiling under a pitched roof, creating a lovely spacious feel and there are French doors to the rear


which open into the well-kept gardens.


Completing the accommodation is a good size kitchen with a modern range of white fronted base and


wall mounted units with worksurfaces over, incorporating: electric oven, gas fired hob, floor level


spotlights, tiled flooring, stainless steel sink unit with drainer, space for dishwasher and fridge/freezer.


Thanks to the extension to the rear, an opening from the kitchen leads to the useful utility which is


presented with tiled flooring and offers a range of base and wall mounted units with worksurfaces


over, offering space and plumbing for a washing machine. There is also a part glazed door leading to


the garden.


Externally, the bungalow occupies a good level plot with well-maintained gardens at the rear laid mainly to lawn, with a separate patio area towards the rear boundary. To the front there is a gravelled area behind a low boundary wall.


A long drive at the side leads to the garage with up and over door, power and light connected and personal door to the garden.


Internal viewing is highly advised to appreciate the immense attention to detail and quality of finish on offer with this lovely bungalow.


Yeovil and surrounding area

Fact: Yeovil has the most traffic lights per square foot in the UK!

The vibrant market town of Yeovil is situated at the southern boundary of South Somerset. Its name deriving from the Celtic word ‘Gifl’ meaning forked river, the town became an important centre for leather production and glove making throughout the 18th and 19th century, which is referenced to this day in the nickname of Yeovil Town Football Club – ‘The Glovers’.

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