A charming Grade ll Listed Georgian house with separate self-contained ancillary accommodation occupying an enviable position on the outskirts of Trull.
The Lawn is an exceptionally charming Grade ll Listed Georgian property dating back to the 17th Century. It has been a much loved and enjoyed Christian family home for over 50 years. As such, the sale offers a once in a generation opportunity to buy a house offering a wonderful opportunity and potential for change and updating, subject to the necessary consents.
The accommodation retains a wealth of character including many original features throughout, with well-proportioned principle rooms that enjoy secluded views to the gardens and stunning open countryside beyond.
The main reception hall includes an elegant Georgian spindle staircase. This leads to a good sized sitting room and features an Adams fireplace with attractive original alcoves either side. A large bay sash window includes detailed panelling and working shutters that affords a wealth of light into the room. The dining room is of equal size including a fireplace with a woodburning stove and a further large bay sash window with panel detail and shutters. The kitchen/ breakfast room include a range of further utilities and domestic rooms which are found to the rear of the property with side access out to an inner yard.
The first floor leads to 2 principle bedrooms each with a large sash windows, detailed panelling and shutters. Bedroom 2 includes a small fireplace. Bedroom 3 has a single sash window looking out to the front. An inner hall incorporates large linen cupboards and gives access through to Bedroom 4 and the family bathroom. A further shower room also includes an interesting feature bell -pull rope!
GARDENS & GROUNDS
The house is approached along a private drive leading up to the front of the house and turning area. Although the property is attached to the neighbouring property, it boasts a completely private and secluded position. It is surrounded by wonderful mature gardens, with extensively stocked herbaceous borders and ornamental trees that surround the main lawn (formerly a tennis lawn). Overall this offers a fabulous space for outside family entertaining and play areas for children of all ages. To one side of the property is a very useful double garage with double wooden doors leading to an office and small utility room beyond.
The Stable offers independent accommodation from the main house. This also includes a private gated entrance and gravelled parking area. The accommodation has been cleverly created out of Oak and provides a fully fitted kitchen/dining room with a vaulted ceiling, a snug, a family bathroom and a double bedroom. This enjoys a private courtyard with a further home office / library opposite. This is also constructed of seasoned Oak. The split-level parking area also includes a superb look out post and seating area where panoramic views and wonderful sunsets can be enjoyed in addition to open countryside towards the Blackdown Hills. This additional accommodation is ancillary to the main house and indeed could be used as a holiday / B&B potential.
Conveniently located on the fringes of the favoured village of Trull, within a short distance of open fields and local amenities. The village provides a thriving community, with good local facilities to include convenience store, post office, garage, public house, village hall, church and primary school. The property enjoys good access to the independent Queen's College and falls within the Castle Secondary School catchment. Taunton, the County Town, provides a comprehensive range of recreational, scholastic and shopping facilities as well as a main line railway station and M5 Motorway interchange.
Mains water, electricity and gas. Sewerage - shared treatment plant with neighbours in 2015.
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Tel No: 0300 304 8000
Council Tax Band for Main House - F
The Stable - A
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