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Built in approximately 1904 this two bedroom cottage enjoys a fabulous position and outlook from the cliff top at North Hallsands. The property enjoys a sociable open plan Kitchen Living room with sea views, two double bedrooms, bathroom and rear garden
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The entrance hallway has stairs leading to the first floor, and a door opening to the open plan living room.
The kitchen area has base units with a roll top work surface incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer, built in oven and electric hob, there is an exposed stone chimney breast with brick lintel, a window to the rear aspect and a door opening to the rear lobby area. The living room has a wood burner set in an attractive stone fireplace again with a brick lintel, exposed floor boards, electric heater and window to the front aspect with stunning sea view.
The bathroom is modern with a panel bath with an electric shower over, wash hand basin with cupboard under, low level W/C, obscure window to the side aspect, tiled walls, tiled flooring and electric fan heater.
Bedroom one is a comfortable double bedroom with two windows to the front aspect taking full advantage of the view, an ornate period fireplace with wooden mantle and two built in cupboards.
The second double bedroom enjoys rural views to the rear and also has a period decorative fireplace with wooden mantle over and a built in cupboard.
To the front of the property there is a porch, and then a footpath which runs down to the beach, to the rear of the property there is a patio area which is enclosed.
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