Trinity Cottage is a particularly handsome stone period house with a modern extension. On the ground floor there is a well- proportioned entrance hall leading into the kitchen
dining room with a comprehensive range of limed oak faced units, a stable type door to the garden and, a now ornamental, brick stone fireplace. Beyond again is the sitting room with a brick and stone fireplace together with wood burning stove, flanked by book and display shelves and French casements to the garden. Conveniently accessed off the hall is the utility room with a sink and a range of cupboards, together with the gas fired central heating boiler.
The first floor is accessed by two staircases; the main landing giving access to three of the bedrooms, two doubles and a single, the second giving access to a fourth bedroom which was originally conceived as an artist studio. The bathroom is situated off the main landing.
It is worth mentioning that all the principle room takes full advantage of the southerly aspect and view over the garden and from the first floor there is sight of the abbey.
Between Acreman Street and the gable of the house is off road parking for one car. A gate from here leads into the garden. The garden is largely walled and south facing and provides a high level of seclusion. A paved terrace opens onto a level sweep of lawn enclosed by well stocked borders with a variety of climbing shrubs set against stone walls and fencing. Beyond the lawn is a small pond with waterfall.