A most charming semi-detached cottage located in an idyllic rural location backing directly onto farmland with fine countryside views to front and rear.
There are stripped timber floors and fireplaces in all rooms, as well as a wealth of period features which give a strong sense of the building's past, whilst the spacious gardens offer a tranquil setting with elevated views.
The front opens into the Entrance Hall, stairs to first floor landing with recess under.
Sitting Room: Double glazed window to the front. Period open fireplace with tiled inserts and decorative cast iron surround. Exposed floorboards. Night storage heater.
Dining Room: plus recess and walk-in pantry with shelving and window to the side. Woodburner on a brick hearth and with exposed brickwork above. Adjacent full-height storage cupboards incorporating an airing cupboard with hot water tank. Exposed floorboards. Double glazed window to the rear with distant views.
Kitchen: Solid woodblock work surface having inset butlers sink. Handmade cupboards and drawers under. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Tiled surrounds. Original quarry tiled floor. Double glazed window to the side and door to the rear.
First Floor Landing with double glazed window to the side.
Bedroom 1: Double glazed window to the front. Night storage heater. Cast iron fireplace (currently sealed). Exposed floorboards. Eaves storage cupboard.
Bedroom 2: Double glazed window to the rear with distant views. Cast iron fireplace (currently sealed). Night storage heater. Exposed floorboards.
Bathroom: Comprising panel enclosed bath with colonial style shower unit over, screen and tiled surrounds. Low-level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Cast iron fireplace (currently sealed). Small ladder style radiator/heated towel rail. Exposed floorboards. Obscured double glazed window to the rear.
A driveway leads down the side of the property providing parking for several cars, flanked by areas laid to lawn having a variety of flowering plants and trees. The boundaries are mainly hedge enclosed, backing onto farmland and enjoying a fine westerly aspect with countryside views into the distance. There is also a timber shed, original brick built coal shed and former privy, outside tap, power socket and lighting to each side.
Pretty timber garden studio with power and light connected. It is considered that the property offers the potential to extend (subject to the necessary local authority approval).
Agents Note: In accordance with Section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979, we declare that a member of staff of Vince Taylor Tofts has a personal interest in the property.