A unique and idyllic attached period cottage enjoying lovely views over adjoining countryside. EPC : D Read more
A unique and idyllic attached period cottage enjoying lovely views over adjoining countryside. EPC : D
SITTINGROOM 14'10" x 11'4" with double glazed window to rear and door opening onto garden. A feature of this room is the fireplace with old pine surround and beautiful engraved oak carvings with adjoining lower side cupboards and book shelving. Radiator. Another feature is the old ship's porthole overlooking the garden.
KITCHEN/DININGROOM 14'7" x 8'9" minimum with double glazed window to rear and door opening onto rear courtyard. Exposed brick feature fireplace. Stainless steel single drainer sink unit with units either side and tiled splashbacks. Useful understairs cupboard with shelving. Wall mounted Viesman gas fired boiler serving domestic hot water and heating. Radiator.
Staircase through old original door leading to first floor landing with radiator.
BEDROOM1 14'4" x 11'3" with window to front enjoying magnificent views. Original Victorian fireplace. Radiator. Useful cupboard with access to insulated loft area.
BEDROOM2 8'8" x 8'5" with window to rear. Radiator.
BATHROOM With lovely original Victorian fireplace. Window to rear. Bath with shower attachment. Hand wash basin. WC. Radiator.
OUTSIDE As previously mentioned the cottage is situated in an elevated position overlooking the valley and opposite the church. The cottage enjoys two separate accesses, one through an alley immediately into the rear courtyard and the other a pedestrian through to the original front door. The gardens are attractively laid to lawn with lovely old world English garden flower borders. The garden is split level. There is a small pond with a small foot bridge. There is also a trellis area surrounding the terrace. Side access gate and garden shed. Greenhouse. In the courtyard area there is a former brick built outside WC still with the WC fitted and a small adjoining side shed.