Kingston Hall is a stunning Grade II Listed village house which has been meticulously restored by the current owners, so that it now provides a beautifully appointed family home which is presented in excellent order throughout. Believed to date from the 14th century, the house exhibits many features typical of this period including a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, including cruck timbers, inglenook fireplaces, plank and muntin screen walls and flagstone flooring. The house was remodelled during the Georgian period and this is evidenced by elegant sash windows. The property has a striking appearance with colour washed and rendered elevations beneath a tiled roof. There is gas fired central heating with under floor heating on the ground floor and traditional radiators on the first floor.
The accommodation is bright and airy with well proportioned rooms with large sash windows flooding the house with light. There are 3 good sized reception rooms, together with a fully fitted and beautifully appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room which is very much the heart of the house. The Master Bedroom has an En-Suite shower room and there are four further Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom.
The current owners have substantially and sympathetically renovated the property since purchasing it in the 1990's so that it now has contemporary fixtures and fittings which combine well with the original character features.
The work has been done so well that Taunton Deane Borough Council and Taunton and District Civic Society awarded the property a Conservation Award in 2006.