Built in 1871, for the headmistress of the former village school , this is a delightful character cottage, with original brick and part-tile hung elevations, offering a plethora of period features. It will appeal to buyers who appreciate older style properties and the wonderful characteristics which accompany them.
Whilst the cottage has been sympathetically modernised throughout, nothing detracts from the sense of history derived from the original wood beams and the exposed brick working fireplace in the main reception room.
The current owners currently use the stable door at the rear for more practical access as this leads into a very versatile, additional reception room currently arranged as a second sitting room. The fully fitted kitchen with built in gas hob, electric oven and fridge freezer, has the benefit of an open plan dining area which is suitable for entertaining and which is conveniently placed centrally between the two reception rooms. The main sitting room on the front, is a very pleasant room with the feature fireplace as an alluring focal point. One's eye is also drawn to the original wood ceiling beams belying the age and character, whilst the double aspect windows allow for a good deal of light. Upstairs continues in the same theme with two bedrooms leading off the landing, in additional to the family bathroom. The main bedroom cleverly offers a built in sink and separate shower unit, in additional to a fitted wardrobe and low level cabinet storage and the second bedroom is a generous sized single
This is rare opportunity to purchase a captivating Victorian cottage in an idyllic village setting.