Spinners is an individual detached bungalow, built in the 1980s and with reconstituted stone elevations under a tiled roof. The property has oil-fired central heating, a wood-burning stove and has UPVC windows with sealed unit double glazing and diamond lead work. Fascia's are also in UPVC for ease of maintenance.
The interior is characterised by good levels of natural light, plenty of storage and the reception rooms and hall in particular, are of a very good size. The majority of the rooms enjoy a southerly aspect, and from the sitting/dining room there are views across the northern end of the Blackmore Vale to Wincanton, with King Alfred's Tower and Stourhead beyond.
A five bar gate, flanked by walling and railings, opens to a tarmac drive and parking area, adjacent to which is the garage. The front garden is lawn, and enclosed by mature shrubs. Most of the garden lies to the rear and south of the bungalow, and comprises a generally level lawn, set with specimen trees and shrubs, including a magnolia. To one side, a vegetable garden is supported by a garden shed and aluminium greenhouse. Adjoining the rear of the garage is a home office/studio.