3 Bedroom(s) | 1 Bathroom(s) | 2 Reception(s)
Solid front door opens directly into the room which is a successful blend of old world charm and contemporary living. American Oak laminate flooring extends through both reception rooms. Walk in secondary glazed bay window. Exposed wall & ceiling beams. Brick fire surround with flagstone hearth with grate for a real fire.
With side sash window. Slip exposed brick wall on two sides. Further working fireplace. Built in store cupboards. Staircase to end side. Ceiling beam. Door into,
Dual aspect with windows either end plus glazed door out to the side passage. Range of hand painted units under granite worktops. Recessed 1.25 sink with mixer tap & carved drainer. Halogen hob plus double oven. Recess with plumbing for slimline dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Twin pull out larder cupboards. Glazed door & steps up to,
Tiled floor. Plumbing for washing machine. Half glazed door out to the courtyard.
Exposed wall & ceiling beams. Loft access. Door to,
A generous sized main room with secondary glazed front window. Exposed wooden flooring. Four door fitted wardrobe. Further store cupboard. Ceiling beams. .
Side window. Store cupboard housing central heating boiler. Ceiling beams.
An unsual split level room with wide dormer style side window. Ceiling beams.
Was original a bathroom. Now with large glass entry shower cubicle with high level window. One piece wash basin with cupboard storage below. WC. Airing cupboard. Tiled floor & part walls. Ceiling beam & extractor.
Space enough for some summer pots, seating & BBQ.
There is the potential to park one small car to the side of the Cottage. Otherwise parking on the High Street is with a reasonably price permit or currently in the nearby "The Croft" car park.
These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property; they do not constitute an offer and will not form part of any contract. We make no representation about the conditions of the property nor that any services or appliances are in good working order; this should be checked by your surveyor. Furthermore, you should not assume that any items or features referred to in these particulars or shown in the photographs are included in the sale price. Your solicitor should check this as part of the normal conveyancing process.