For Sale

2 Bedroom Terraced House

Maia Terrace, Northload Street, Glastonbury


Built in just 2011, this spacious mid-terraced house is currently a successful investment property for the current owners. One of just five modern houses in the terrace, the property is conveniently located just a short walk away from the very centre of Glastonbury, as well as the Tor. Whilst the property offers a reliable income through AirBnB, it is equally well suited to homeowners looking for a competitively priced home in the area. The open plan ground floor accommodation includes a spacious lounger and dining area which is open to the fitted kitchen. There is also a downstairs WC. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a modern bathroom. From the half landing French doors open out to the easy to manage rear garden which features a covered raised decking seating area.

Council Tax Band: TBC (Mendip District Council)
Tenure: Freehold

From the road the composite front door opens into a lobby area with useful space for coats and boots etc and a wood effect laminate floor.

Door to:

Lounge/Dining Room
This well portioned area measures approximately 16' x 14' at its widest points and includes an open turning staircase leading to the first floor accommodation. Open recess which is well suited for a fire, with a slate hearth. Wood effect laminate flooring and a double glazed sash style window to the front elevation. Recessed down lighting.

Open plan to the:

Fitted with a range of wooden shaker style wall and base unit. Work tops with a one and a half bowl stainless sink sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There is also an integrated electric oven and hob with an extractor hood over. Measures 10' 10 x 7' 2 with extensive tiling to the water sensitive areas. Recessed down lighting and a high level window looking out to the rear garden.

Fitted with a low level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin with tiling over. Tiled floor and a wall light. Chrome ladder style radiator and an extractor fan.

From the living room area stairs lead up to the:


From the lounge and dining area a wooden turning stair case leads to the first floor with access to the two bedrooms and the bathroom. At the half way turning point, French doors open out to the rear garden. The landing area has an airing cupboard which houses the gas fired boiler.

Bedroom One
Measures 10' 11 x 9' 10 with a double glazed sash style window to the front aspect. An integral door opens into bedroom two, which may be useful if used as a holiday let or for those who only need one bedroom and will use the second bedroom as a dressing room or home office.

Bedroom Two
Measures 9' 10 x 7' 5 with a double glazed window to the rear. As already stated, there is an integral door between the two bedrooms. Access to the loft space.

Panelled bath with a fitted shower screen and mains fed shower over. Low level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. Chrome ladder style radiator. Measures 10' 11 x 9' 10 with fully tiled walls and flooring. Recessed down lighting. Arched obscure double glazed sash style window to the front, as well as an extractor fan.


French doors from the half landing open out on to a raised decked seating area which is covered and ideal for entertaining. The remainder of the easy to manage garden is laid to gravel with planted borders on two sides.

Services and Location
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. The gas fired Vaillant combination boiler is located in the airing cupboard on the landing. There is an alarm fitted, although we are unsure whether this is in working order. The council tax band through Mendip District Council is: TBC. For the purpose of planning your journey, the postcode for this property is: BA6 9JR. There is free on road parking outside.

About the Area
The historic town of Glastonbury is famous for its Tor and Abbey Ruins and is around 6 miles away from the Cathedral City of Wells and the thriving centre of Street, which offers a wide range of facilities including both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, Strode Theatre and the complex of factory shopping outlets in Clarks Village. Glastonbury itself offers a good range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, public houses and health centres. Excellent schooling can also be found locally across all ages which includes Strode College. Nearby there is also Millfield School, Millfield Prep, Hazelgrove Prep, Wells Cathedral. Castle Cary with its main line connection to London Paddington is around a twenty minutes drive, whilst the nearest M5 motorway interchange at Dunball, Bridgwater (Junction 23) can be reached within half an hour. Bristol, Bath, Taunton and Yeovil are all within commuting distance.

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Floorplan for Maia Terrace

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