Mr Levy, West Sussex
In my experience, it is rare these days to have staff performing at the level that the team at Palmer Snell do.
Wells letting agents Palmer Snell are pleased to offer
Pets by negotiation
Not to be missed - This is a fantastic opportunity to rent a lovely three bedroom home which has the benefit of central heating, double glazing and neutral decoration throughout. In addition to the good sized family accommodation on offer, there is the added benefit of a lovely large conservatory which leads into a secure rear garden. The house is located in a really quiet side street with no passing traffic and is on the sought after St Peters development.
Accommodation comprises: Entrance lobby leading into a good sized lounge that has stairs off, an archway takes you through to the spacious kitchen diner. The kitchen has a range of modern base and wall units with electric oven and hob plus extractor over, space and plumbing for a washing machine. The dining area has ample room for a large table with chairs and leads into the good sized conservatory which adds to the attractive features in this desirable house. Upstairs the master bedroom is a good size and there is a further double and single bedroom available. The family bathroom has been fitted with a new white suite with a shower over the bath.
The front of the property has been gravelled, where there is a driveway which will allow access for two cars. The private enclosed rear garden is a good size, with patio area and the rest is mostly lawn.
Shepton Mallet is a small rural town and civil parish in the Mendip district of Somerset in South West England. Situated approximately 18 mi (29 km) south of Bristol and 5 mi (8.0 km) east of Wells, the town is estimated to have a population of 9,700. It contains the administrative headquarters of Mendip District Council.
The Mendip Hills lie to the north, and the River Sheppey runs through the town. Shepton Mallet lies on the route of the Fosse Way, the principal Roman road into the south west of England, and there is evidence of Roman settlement. The town contains a fine parish church and a considerable number of listed buildings.
In medieval times, the wool trade was important in the towns economy, although this declined in the 18th century to be replaced by other industries such as brewing; the town continues to be a major centre for the production of cider. Shepton Mallet is the closest town to the site of the Glastonbury Festival, the largest music festival in Europe. Also nearby is the Royal Bath and West of England Society showground which hosts the Royal Bath and West Show, and other major shows and festivals.
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Sougth After St Peters Development
Gas Central Heating
Quiet Cul De Sac Location
Parking For Two Cars
White Bathroom Suite
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate