THE Bell House is a charming Georgian property which has a handsome façade sat under a pitched slate roof.

The house offers substantial accommodation arranged over two floors including three elegant reception rooms of similar proportions, having high ceilings and individual fireplaces.

The current owners have improved the house greatly by creating a superb open plan kitchen/dining room which opens straight onto the gardens.

They have also created a self-contained one-bedroom annexe with shower room within the grounds.

There is ample parking to the front of the house, but it is the gardens and ground that create a perfect setting with expansive lawns found with mature trees including an old orchard which leads on down to a stream.

The house is within walking distance of local amenities being close to the centre of Trull with its ancient church, pubs, post office and excellent village store.

An entrance lobby leads through to a reception hall/sitting room which is a lovely light room with deep ceiling cornices, elegant staircase to first floor, Victorian marble mantel piece and storage cupboard.

There is a recessed fireplace with inset carved wooden mantel piece. The dining room has a recessed fireplace beyond a panelled arch which includes a mantle piece with a marble tiled hearth.

An opening through to the kitchen/breakfast room, then extends through to the breakfast area.

There is a separate utility room and ground floor shower room. On the first floor there is a landing with fan light.

There are six bedrooms in total with the master bedroom having an en-suite.

SUMMARY; Location; Staplehay, Trull; Price; £900,000; Agent; Stags Taunton; Contact; 01823 773049.