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A unique opportunity to acquire this semi-detached stone cottage situated in the picturesque village of Soar. The property has been used as a successful holiday let over recent years generating a good income for the current vendors. Being in excellent internal order throughout with the benefit of double glazing, the cosy accommodation comprises an open plan lounge/kitchen, shower room, two bedrooms and a crogloft. A particular feature is the delightful external area providing a generous garden to the front elevation hosting an array of mature shrubs and trees. There are also two derelict stone outhouses, ideal for conversion to a garden room/studio (subject to the relevant planning permissions).
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Entrance door to rear. Double glazed sash window facing the front and side. Inglenook housing a multi fuel stove. Stairs up to crogloft. A range of wall and base units with work surfaces over incorporating single drainer sink with mixer tap. Built-in oven and hob with overhead extractor. Integrated fridge.
Double glazed sash window facing the front. Wooden flooring. Recess providing hanging rails and shelf above. Sunken spotlights to ceiling.
Double glazed sash window facing the rear. Wooden flooring. Recess providing hanging rails and shelf above. Sunken spotlights to ceiling.
Low flush WC. Single enclosure shower. Wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Sunken spotlights to ceiling.
Exposed beams to ceiling. Limited headroom to eaves.
Footpath leading up to the property with a delightful garden to the front hosting an array of mature shrubs and trees. Two derelict stone outhouses lie to the bottom of the garden which would be ideal for conversion to a garden room/studio (subject to the relevant planning permissions).
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