A CHARACTER COTTAGE built in 1790 on the edge of the village, offering TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS and A LARGE RECEPTION ROOM, offered in excellent, REFURBISHED ORDER, including a secluded sun trap patio with bi-fold doors which create and fabulous indoor/outdoor space for entertaining. the property is just yards from OPEN COUNTRYSIDE and COUNTRY WALKS. Available early March.
PORCH 4' 7" x 3' 2" (1.4m x 0.97m) Approached via a large, heavy timber door. Flagstone floor. Wood panelled half walls. Ceiling light. High level fuse boxes. Coat hooks. Half coloured leaded glazed door to Hallway
HALL 16' 2" x 15' 7" (4.93m x 4.75m) Flagstone floor. Ceiling light. Two wall light fittings. Smoke Alarm. Period style radiator. Latch door to sitting room and two steps up to kitchen/dining room.
SITTING ROOM 16' 2" x 15' 7" (4.93m x 4.75m) A spacious sitting room with a huge inglenook fireplace to one wall with flagstone hearth, timber beam over and inset wood burning stove. Two UPVC double glazed windows to the front aspect, one with a window seat. Ceiling light. Radiator. Latch door to staircase leading to the first floor landing with useful walk-in under stairs cupboard.
KITCHEN/DINER 13' 3" x 9' 2" (4.06m x 2.8m) A light and airy kitchen / dining space with UPVC double glazed tri-fold doors opening onto the rear secluded patio area and the garden beyond. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cream wall, floor and drawer units with marble worktops over. Part tiled walls. Inset Butler sink with column style mixer tap. French antique stone flooring. Space for slot-in cooker. Space for fridge freezer. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Two ceiling lights. Two wall light fittings. Upright radiator. Large 'Velux' roof window. High level internal window to the bedroom. High level wall mounted gas central heating boiler. Latch door to Shower Room
SHOWER ROOM 5' 4" x 4' 3" (1.65m x 1.32m) Fitted with a modern white suite comprising double width shower cubicle with sliding door, chrome mains fed shower and overhead drench head shower, rectangular wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap and push button flush close coupled WC. Antique French stone flooring. Part tiled walls. Velux roof window with leaded glazed cover. Ceiling light. Extractor fan. Chrome wall mounted heated towel rail/radiator.
LANDING Exposed ceiling beams. Stripped wood floor. Ceiling light. Smoke alarm
BEDROOM 15' 8" x 11' 3" (4.78m x 3.45m) Front aspect UPVC double glazed window. Rear aspect internal window overlooking the kitchen. 'Velux' roof window. Stripped wood floor. Stone fireplace with slate hearth and inset cast iron grate. Ceiling light. Radiator. Loft hatch to attic space. Exposed ceiling beams.
BEDROOM 2 13' 3" x 10' 5" (4.06m x 3.18m) Front aspect UPVC double glazed window. Stripped wood floor. Ceiling light. Wall light. Radiator. Exposed ceiling beams.
BATHROOM 10' 4" x 5' 6" (3.15m x 1.68m) Fitted with a modern contemporary white suite comprising L shaped bath with shower screen and chrome telephone head mixer tap with hand held shower attached, chrome mains fed shower over, rectangular wall mounted wash hand basin with mixer tap and push button flush soft close coupled WC. Stripped wood floor. Chrome wall mounted heated towel rail/radiator. Exposed ceiling beams. 'Velux' roof window. Recessed ceiling spotlight/fan over bath. Ceiling spotlight track. Mirrored cabinet on wall.
OUTSIDE The cottage is approached via a wrought iron gate on to a small frontage, with paving. There is a stone front boundary wall and plenty of space for containers, pots and tubs etc. The rear garden is of a good size, enclosed and tiered to take into account the hillside location. Immediately to the rear of the kitchen there is a lower level patio with rear retaining wall, sheltered and enclosed, the perfect spot to sit and enjoy a morning cup of coffee, or for alfresco dining. sharded stone steps then lead up to the main area of garden which is level and again fully enclosed with gravelled area, lawned area and rear boundary fence. Rear pedestrian access can be gained into the garden via a gate which leads onto a pathway at the rear, and which leads via a shared drive onto the road at the end of the terrace.
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