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The Cottage has been rebuilt with original materials and is believed to date back to the early 18th Century. The dwelling is set in around an acre of woodland and orchard, perfect throughout the seasons. There is scope to personalise this quiet retreat to create the idyllic family home for years to come. Benefitting from under floor heating, the property retains it's character through an interior that provides exposed brickwork and beams, an inglenook fireplace and thumb latch ledge and brace doors, a lovely feature are the deep rounded window reveals that were throughout the original cottage before it was re built. The property is approached by a choice of two private single tracks which lead to the private entrance which provides ample parking facilities for several vehicles.
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Solid wooden entrance door, welsh pennant flagstone flooring.
Window to the front aspect, original tiled flooring, low level wc, wash hand basin, compact panelled bath, electric shower, folding screen and electric towel rail.
Fitted in the cottage style, with solid antiqued pine wall mounted and base level units and maple work surfaces over, original Belfast sink, integral dish washer and washing machine, space for tall fridge freezer, double oven oil fired Aga that also provides hot water, the central heating boiler is housed in an adjacent integral matching Aga casing, welsh pennant flagstone flooring, exposed brick and beamed ceiling, triple aspect windows one to the front, two to the side and one to the rear, wooden staircase rising to the first floor.
A lovely sized room with two windows overlooking the rear garden, open fire with stone hearth and surround, beamed ceiling, double doors leading into the lounge.
A bright room with two windows overlooking the rear garden, a full width inglenook fire place with exposed brickwork and beams, feature window into the study, double doors to the conservatory.
having dual aspect windows to the side and rear elevation, feature window into the lounge, original wooden door.
having original terracotta tiles, dwarf brick wall, exposed stone and beams, welsh pennant window sills, double doors leading to the rear patio. beautiful views of the garden and woodland.
A lovely big bedroom, with a Juliette balcony overlooking the rear garden and beyond, window to the side elevation, door to the en-suite.
Comprising of three piece white suite, panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin low level wc, tiled flooring, electric heated towel rail, window to the rear aspect.
Window to the side aspect, wooden door.
Window to the front aspect, integral cupboard, solid wooden door.
Tiled flooring, compact panelled bath with bath mixer taps supplying the shower over, low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, extractor fan, electric heated towel rail.
On the landing is a traditional linen cupboard with ample shelving having an original feature window over looking the wooden staircase, across the landing is a separate double height airing cupboard containing the hot water cylinder, immersion heater and ample shelving.
Keepers Cottage is positioned with gardens all around, having uninterrupted views from every aspect, completely private and tranquil, affording approximately an acre of woodland, mature gardens with rolling lawns leading to an orchard with a variety of fruit trees, raised patio to the rear and side of the property, private gated access with car standing for several vehicles, detached garage.
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