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image  High Street, TA5

image ££129,950

image 1 Bedroom
image 1 Reception
image 1 Bathroom
image For Sale (Freehold)


 Cottage Dating back 400 Years
 1 Bedroom
 Entrance Hall
 Original Beams

Property Description

ENTRANCE HALL Enter through the original 400 year old door into the porch where you will find a handy shoe rack and small cupboard containing the electric meter.

LOUNGE 11' 5" x 13' 1" (3.48m x 3.99m) uPVC double glazed window to front aspect, night storage heater, wooden beams, small cupboard under the stairs and traditional window seat. Door to:

KITCHEN 6' 4" x 5' 3" (1.93m x 1.6m) uPVC triple glazed door to courtyard which is owned by neighbouring cottage, uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, ceramic hob, extractor fan, space for small fridge/freezer,plumbing for washing machine, belfast sink and space under for storage.


BEDROOM 1 14' 1" x 12' 10" (4.29m x 3.91m) uPVC double glazed window to front aspect, night storage heater and smoke alarm. Door to:

BATHROOM uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, bath, W/C, wall mounted electric fan heater, pedestal wash hand basin, plumbing for washing machine and electric towel radiator.

AGENTS NOTE The property has a flying freehold over the adjoining cottage.

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