This pretty cottage is a gem of a find as it is so delightfully private yet situated in the heart of the local village Conservation area with local amenities close by. For lovers of old houses, then look no further as this charming period cottage is believed to have origins dating back to 1540. Its piece de resistance has to be the magnificent inglenook fireplace in the main reception which is a fine example of its kind and sets the scene perfectly. In addition, there are beamed ceilings, lattice leaded windows and the internal wooden latch doors as well black timbered and white plastered walls. The kitchen/breakfast room is a later edition, which blends in well both external and interally with a cottagey feel, providing essential practical space for modern living.
*Kitchen/breakfast room with double aspect, terracotta tiled flooring and partially beamed ceiling. A range of base and wall mounted units, gas cooker, spaces for washing machine, dishwasher, tumble drier and fridge/freezer.
*Semi open plan Sitting room/Dining room with original quarry tiled floor and beamed ceilings. Original front door and inglenook fireplace with turned stairs rising to the first floor.
*Bathroom with wood boarded flooring and a white suite with shower over bath
*Bedroom 1, with double aspect.
*Bedroom 2, with fitted cupboards.
The property is accessed by either a pretty pedestrian path way which weaves its way past the surrounding cottages or via a small driveway leading to the parking/garage area at the bottom of the garden. It is extremely private and peaceful with only the occasional chimes of the church bells to be heard!
Agents note: We understand this property has a flying freehold.