GOOD REASONS TO BUY THIS PROPERTY; A 1930's detached bungalow which occupies a sunny level plot. The property has been the subject of careful modernisation and updating and is presented in good decorative order. Being a traditionally built home all rooms are an excellent size with lofty ceilings, and boasts a feature fitted kitchen dining room with views over the south facing garden. There is lots of private drive parking which leads to a garage with double wooden doors. The rear garden is private, laid to patio and lawn with a vegetable plot and greenhouse. The garden is south facing. The property is offered with no onward sales chain. LOCATION; Thicket Mead is located just a two minute level walk from Tesco's supermarket which also provides a regularly served bus stop. The Midsomer Norton greenway and national cycle route is a five minute walk. The town of Midsomer Norton is one mile in distance where is a good range of shops and services are available. Bath city centre is twelve miles and Bristol city centre is fourteen miles. ACCOMMODATION; Entrance hallway, lounge with fireplace and dual aspect windows. Feature kitchen dining room with an extensive range of units, integrated appliances and door into conservatory. Three large double bedrooms. Shower room with fitted vanity furniture. Gas central heating and double glazing. Outside to front and side is an expansive newly laid tarmacadam driveway which leads to a detached single garage. The south facing rear garden is a good size with patio area, level lawn and vegetable plot area, all fully enclosed with high walling and fencing which provides a great deal of privacy.