Spinney Hill occupies a highly convenient country setting and enjoys glorious views across the Blackdown Hills. The sought-after village of Trull provides access to a convenient store with a post office, a village inn, an ancient church and a Primary School all of which can be found only three miles away. Taunton the County Town of Somerset is about four miles away and includes an excellent shopping centre, an extensive range of Schools both in the State and Independent sectors and a number of sporting facilities including a good range of golf clubs. Taunton is also home to the Somerset County Cricket Club. This area has excellent walking and riding countryside with the Quantocks, Brendon's and Blackdown Hills all nearby. The property is conveniently situated for communications, including the M5 motorway Junction 25 at Taunton and junction 26 at Wellington. Taunton also has a mainline railway link to London Paddington. Services include mains water, electricity and drainage, which is by septic tank and oil-fired central heating.DESCRIPTION
The Spinney is a charming detached house, which has been recently extended by the current owners to provide well-proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors. The house is a mixture of stone and rendered elevations under a pitch slate roof and includes a private driveway with off-road parking and access to a detached double garage and the house sits in gardens and grounds of approximately 1.75 acres.ACCOMMODATION
The accommodation includes an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and doors leading to the reception rooms. The sitting room centres upon a brick-built chimney breast with inset wood burning stove and there are double aspect windows. There is a separate study and a further family room, which includes a deep exposed brick inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove and a front aspect window. A door leads through to the open planned kitchen/dining room, which includes a range of hand made and hand painted wall and base units with granite work surfaces, a Belfast sink, recess of blue painted four oven AGA. There is a central island unit with fitted cupboards and a tiled floor extends through to the dining area. Access from the dining area leads through to a WC and the utility room. On the first floor there is a galleried landing leading to the bedrooms. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a fitted suite and Velux roof light. There are four further bedrooms, bedroom three includes an en-suite shower and a family bathroom suite.OUTSIDE
The property is approached via its own private driveway and leads on to a tarmacadam driveway and turning area. In turn there is access to a detached double garage with an up and over door. Running along the front of the house is a pathway, which leads to a deep paved terrace that enjoys wonderful views and provides access to the games room. There is a turning staircase leading to the indoor swimming pool, which includes glazed windows overlooking the garden. The main area of garden is laid to lawn and is surrounded by deep planted herbaceous borders, which includes a number of various trees and shrubs. To the front of the house there is a further enclosed private garden, which is partly walled and makes a wonderful sun trap.DIRECTIONS
Leave Taunton in a Southernly direction along Honiton Road, passing Queens College on your right-hand side and take the next turning right onto Dipford Road. Proceed along this road for approximately a mile and in a little hamlet of Dipford take the right-hand turning sign posted to Cutsey. Continue along this road for approximately one mile. Stay along this road and bear left at the grass triangle. Proceed a little further and bear left at another grass triangle and the entrance of the Spinney can be identified on the right-hand side.