Comeytrowe Lane, Taunton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
An outstanding contemporary arts and crafts inspired new property, occupying a wonderful setting with stunning views over the Blackdown Hills. EPC Band B. (final brochure to follow).


Parkview is situated in one of Taunton s most sought-after locations. The Views is nestled discreetly in a beautiful setting on the South West outskirts of this historic country town. With an abundance of quiet, tranquil, open country with spectacular rural views, it is easy to forget how conveniently located The Views is. It is less than two miles from the bustling and dynamic centre of Taunton and heart of one of England s most rural counties. Taunton offers a variety of local facilities including many independent high street stores, café, pubs and fine dining restaurants serving excellent local produce and international cuisine as well as theatre and leisure activities. It has an enviable reputation, with excellent schooling in the area with a superb range of both private and public schools including Queens College (which is in sight of Parkview), Taunton School, Kings College, Richard Huish and Somerset College which now offers vocational and high-level courses. There is easy access to the M5 motorway via junctions 25 and 26 (Wellington), and there are mainline railway links to the rest of the country from Taunton train station with London Paddington being only one hour forty-five minutes away.


Parkview is a marvellous house, occupying a prominent position in one of Taunton s most popular locations. Individually designed, the contemporary property is influenced by the arts and crafts movement with jettying frontage, steep pitched roof and tiled gables. This charming home is traditionally built to a high specification using the finest materials and has been constructed with high ceilings and large windows to create an overall feeling of warmth and space that is flooded with natural light.


The house extends to over 311m2 (3345ft2) of accommodation which is accessed through the brick arch that frames the principal entrance. The three reception rooms are centred around a generous reception hall with oak chevron flooring, a bespoke curved staircase and integral cupboard. The sitting room features a contemporary multi-fuel stove and double doors opening out onto the rear garden. The separate study has a window overlooking the garden and a door opening out onto the terrace. The breakfast room includes a custom-built kitchen with quartz worktops and large central island with breakfast bar. It is comprehensively fitted with integrated appliances consisting of dishwasher, three ovens (including an integrated microwave oven), an induction hob and telescopic downdraft extractor fan. Bi-folding doors open from the breakfast room onto the rear garden with a separate door leading onto the side and garden. There is a WC and a utility room which includes a range of matching wall and base units with integrated washing machine and a tumble drier. A door leads to the garden. There is a further large family room with a window overlooking the front.

On the first floor there is a galleried landing and door to balcony. The main bedroom also has access to the balcony enjoying views of the Blackdown Hills. There is a dressing area and a door to an en-suite with tile panelled bath, enclosed shower cubicle, his and hers wash basins and a WC. Bedroom 2 has views over the rear garden and an En-Suite. Bedroom 3 has an en-suite and built in wardrobe. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom with a tile panelled bath, enclosed tiled shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.


The Views is a private paved driveway which serves five unique properties. It is lined with coursed blue lias stone-filled gabions and a newly planted laurel hedge with Standard Magnolias and driveway lighting. Parkview has a wide entrance facilitating turning and parking for a number of vehicles on the paved driveway. There is access to the double garage via electrically operated Hormann sectional doors. The garage ceiling and walls are painted, and the floor is finished with epoxy resin. There is access to the side of the property and garden via a pathway laid with Brazilian slate tiles. The garden is enclosed by a high brick Flemish brick walling and mature mixed planted hedge with Air Source Heat Pump. There is a Brazilian slate patio and lawn with views towards the Blackdown Hills.



Oak Chevron Flooring

Wool Carpet

Extensive range of Integrated Appliances

Bespoke Kitchen

M Marcus Hardware throughout

Rooms pre-wired for speakers

Media cupboard with centralised hub

CAT6e and TV cabling and data points to all bedrooms and principal rooms

Wet underfloor heating throughout

Contemporary Multi-Fuel Stove

Double Garage with Car Charging facility

Mains Electrics, Water, Broadband and Drainage


Textured Brick laid to Flemish Bond

Hand crafted Clay Plain tiles

Self-Coloured Parex Render

Fine architectural detailing including cut brick elliptical entrance archway

Lindab stainless steel rainwater system

Double glazed powder coated aluminium windows and doors

Two automatic garage doors

Paved front driveway

Powder coated aluminium bi-fold doors

Daikin Air Source Heat Pump


From the centre of Taunton, proceed out of Taunton on the Wellington Road. Proceed past the Silk Mills roundabout and take the first left up Comeytrowe Lane and past Deane Drive on your left then Highfield on your right. The entrance to the development can be found opposite Comeytrowe Orchard on the right identified by a Stags For Sale Board.


Viewing is strictly by appointment with Stags as this is a working site. Telephone 01823 256625 or email

01823 619815

Stags - Wellington

7 High Street, Wellington, Devon, TA21 8QT

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