Offered to the market with no onward chain, the house was built circa 2005, and has been loved and cared for by the original owners since 2020. You enter through the front door, with an internal porch, and another opening into the impressive entrance hall, with a cloakroom fitted with WC and washbasin, staircase rising to the first floor and doors opening to the principle rooms.


The kitchen is located to the rear of the house and benefits from a variety of quality fitted wall and base units, and finished with granite surfaces over. There is an inset sink with drainer, and a range of integrated NEFF appliances, including an oven and grill, with four-ring gas hob and extraction hood over. There is also under counter dishwasher, fridge and freezer. From the window, there is a lovey view to the rear aspect over the back garden. A door opens to the utility room, with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, with work tops over, a door opening to the rear garden.


The Owners Love - The current owners have loved the location and “the sense of privacy and isolation, yet within easy access of schools, amenities and transport links”. Their favourite thing about the house is the position and the “tucked away position in the private cul-de-sac”. They added; “The area to be very friendly place to live, with only a few neighbours and a real sense of community.” They will mostly miss “the master bedroom is just luxury. It’s a lovely size, and with a dressing area and en-suite, its been fantastic.”


The living room is situated at the left side of the house and is an excellent size. It enjoys natural light from dual aspects with a large window to the front and double doors to the rear, opening to the conservatory. There are also double doors at the far end, opening to the dining room, which also benefits from a further set of double doors to the rear aspect which floods the room with natural light and offers easy access out to the wonderful size conservatory, and another door linking it to the kitchen. The study/bedroom five is positioned at the right hand side of the ground floor to the front, with a window to the front facing aspect.


Upstairs, on the first floor landing, there is an airing cupboard, loft access hatch and doors to the bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from a dressing area, with built in wardrobes, and also enjoys en-suite facilities with a shower, washbasin and WC. There are three further bedrooms with one at the rear over looking the back garden and the other two at the front, with windows overlooking the front garden and tree line in front. The family bathroom is partially tiled and is fitted with a four-piece suite including bath, shower cubicle, WC and washbasin.


George Loves - “I was very impressed by just how well presented the house was from top to bottom. Having sold homes from this developer previously, I know what a lovely product they build, with excellent attention to detail! It has clearly been so well looked after and cared for by the current and previous owners. It presents a wonderful opportunity for the next family to come in and make it their family home. The plot is also something I was extremely impressed with. Not just the size, but the seclusion too! This house really does need to be seen to be appreciated.”


Outside, to the house is surrounded by mature and secluded gardens, which enjoys a good degree of privacy at the rear, as you would expect. Initially, there is a good size patio area, which leads onto a lawn with fenced boarders and backing onto a variety of mature trees and shrubs. There is a side gate with access to the block paved triple driveway in front. The double garage has an electric roller door and is fully equipped with power and lighting, with an internal door to the utility room. The frontage is then predominantly laid to lawn a, with a run of small yet established trees, lining the path to the front door.


Taunton and Surrounding area

Fact: Taunton was the first town in the country to be permanently lit by electric street lighting in 1881

Taunton is the County Town of Somerset with the town name deriving from “Town on the River Tone” or “Tone Town” nestled between the Quantock and Blackdown Hills.  Voted as the happiest place to live in the South West according to the Rightmove Happy at Home Index, with the index painting a picture of it as a place where people look after their homes and have time for their neighbours.  Taunton’s bustling Town Centre offers many High Street shops, Bars and Restaurants, however if you are looking for something a little more boutique, we recommend you explore Bath Place and Taunton independent quarter along St James Street.

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