TENURE: To be advised
The cottage has a plethora of period features that seamlessly sit alongside some modern home comforts that make the property a practical and superbly designed living space. The property benefits from two separate reception rooms, the living room has a solid Oak flooring, original bay window to the front elevation and a wood burner set into an ingle nook fireplace with a timber lintel. The other reception room is a dining room with a glazed panel ceiling that floods the space with natural light. In between these rooms is a kitchen that has been sympathetically refitted to include solid wood base and wall mounted fitted units with granite work surfaces and a porcelain Butlers sink. A beautiful rear hallway with exposed stone walls and tiled floor provides access to the garden.
To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has built-in wardrobe with latch and brace doors and an original cast iron fireplace. The second bedroom also boasts an original fireplace and a window to the rear elevation. The bathroom has a lovely period feel having a four piece white suite to include a freestanding bath, separate shower cubicle, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. A second staircase leads up to the third bedroom that occupies the loft space.
To the front of the property a driveway shared with the neighbours provides off-road parking for two vehicles and to the rear is a fantastic garden with paved patio seating area and a summer house/workshop space that has the potential to become an office, studio, gym or general utility area or fourth annex bedroom with En-suite facilities.
Countrywide views can be enjoyed from all aspects of the property in particularly there are wonderful views of St. Mary's Church from the rear garden & open countryside to the front.
Internal viewing is highly recommended to truly appreciate this fantastic period home.