An idyllic two bedroom Grade II detached local Hornton stone cottage which has been renovated and restored internally and externally by the current owners using traditional locally sourced materials and benefitting from Inglenook fireplaces, feature beams and original elm doors to the bedrooms. The property is set on a plot of approximately 1.42 acres with lovely countryside views and includes a field which would be suitable for a pony and/or sheep.
An oak front door opens into the dual aspect sitting room which has an Inglenook fireplace with a multi fuel burner and feature bread oven. The kitchen has a double oven oil fired Rayburn which also provides hot water and central heating. Hand crafted kitchen units with oak work surfaces, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Integrated dishwasher. Space and plumbing for a washing machine. The rear entrance lobby has a door leading to the rear garden and door to the inner hallway which has a pantry with ample shelving and a window. The dining room/sitting room also has an Inglenook fireplace with multi fuel burner, flagstone floor and original window seats. Door to stairwell. First floor landing with elm floor, storage cupboard with shelving and access to large roof space with hatch and ladder. There are two double bedrooms, bathroom and separate wc. Outside to the front of the property the garden is mainly laid to lawn with established borders and a driveway up to a gravelled parking area. A garage at the rear has double timber doors, power and light and a wc. An additional storage shed with cobbled floor and greenhouse sit to the right of the drive. The field which is suitable for grazing is accessed via a gate and has fruit trees and a shed with hard standing.
TENURE The property is understood to be freehold although we have not seen evidence. This should be checked by your solicitor before exchange of contracts.
SERVICES We have been advised by the vendor that mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. However, this should be checked by your solicitor before exchange of contracts. Oil central heating.
RIGHTS OF WAY The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way, easements, wayleaves, covenants or restrictions etc. as may exist over same whether mentioned herein or not.
COUNCIL TAX: Council Tax is levied by the Local Authority Stratford on Avon District Council and is understood to lie in Band F
VIEWING: By Prior Appointment with the Selling Agents.
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