This delightful period terraced cottage offers accommodation of character with a south facing sitting room, whilst the kitchen gives access to the rear garden situated a short distance from the property. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. The property has gas fired central heating. In summary, the accommodation provides:
Pillared front entrance porch with entrance door opening into the
Sitting Room 13' x 12' (4.0M x 3.6M) with sash window on the front elevation providing attractive views over the adjacent farm land and to the Blackdown Hills in the distance, stone faced open fireplace with built in cupboards and shelving to one side
Kitchen 10'3 x 8'6 (3.13M x 2.62M) with white base and wall mounted units with fitted worktops with inset four ring gas hob and Neff electric oven below, Belfast style sink, fitted peninsular breakfast bar, understairs storage area, stable door to rear garden
Bedroom 1 13'3 x 12'1 (4.0M x 3.7M) (max measurement) with sash window on the front elevation providing more expansive views over the surrounding countryside and to the Blackdown Hills. A good sized double room with hatch to loft space
Bedroom 8' x 5'9 (2.44M x 1.8M) with window on the rear elevation, built in over stairs storage cupboard
Bathroom/Shower Room with white suite comprising bath inset into a tiled surround with a shower unit over, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled w.c., cupboard housing the Valiant gas fired boiler serving the domestic hot water and central heating systems
To the front of the property there is a garden with path to front door, whilst the rear garden which is slightly offset is of a good size, predominantly lawned enclosed by panelled fencing and hedging and with well planted shrub borders and fruit trees, timber garden shed and pergola with climbing honeysuckle
The property enjoys an attractive elevated south facing position on the edge of this sought after village with an attractive open outlook to the front over open farm land. Footpaths nearby give access to open countryside and to Vivary Park in Taunton. Trull is a particularly sought after village offering a thriving village community, with many local clubs, organisations and amenities to include highly regarded primary school, pub, village hall, shop, delicatessen, garage and church. Taunton, the County Town, is about two miles away and there is a regular bus service.
Leave Taunton in a southerly direction along the Trull Road. Proceed into the village of Trull passing the village shop on your left hand side and take the next left into Church Road. Follow this road passing the village school and pub and continue out of the village and as the road starts to climb, Eastbrook Terrace will be found on the left hand side.