- Intriguing Grade II listed Cottage
- Open-Plan Breakfast Kitchen
- Family Room
- Two Reception Rooms
- Front Reception/Bedroom Four
- Cloaks/Shower/Utility Room
- Three First Floor Bedrooms
- Mature Gardens
- Shared Garage
Dating back some 500 years this intriguing Grade II listed character residence is situated within walking distance of the town centre. The accommodation is arranged as follows: Entrance porch, hallway, front reception room. dining room, living room, impressive open-plan breakfast kitchen/family room, cloaks/shower/utility, cellarage, three bedrooms, bathroom, gardens, shared garage and parking area.
Through a traditional entrance door into:
Ceiling light point, exposed beams and stone work with pine door to:
Wood effect floor, ceiling light point, coat rail space. Latched doors to:
Front Reception Room/Bedroom Four 3.49m x 2.93m (11'5" x 9'7")
Wealth of exposed timbers, radiator, sealed unit double glazed window to front aspect with secondary glazing.
Dining Room 4.11m x 3.05m (13'6" x 10'0")
Traditional quarry tiled floor, raised fire setting with recessed gas stove and set on a quarry tiled hearth. Thermostat control panel, wall light points, exposed timbers, under stairs storage cupboard. Latched door to cellar and further door to Kitchen and Storage Cupboard.
With electric light.
Living Room 7.28m x 3.48m Max (23'11" x 11'5" Max)
Exposed timbers and stone, two radiators, projecting chimney breast, two sealed unit double glazed windows to front aspect with secondary glazing.
Breakfast Kitchen/Family Room 5.85m x 3.61m (19'2" x 11'10")
Having a range of Oak fronted base and eye level units with granite worktops and upturns, triple width Aga, space for upright fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher, quarry tiled floor, feature part double glazed glass roof with bi-fold doors allowing access to the rear garden. Opening to:
Family Room 3.69m x 2.85m (12'1" x 9'4")
Quarry tiled floor, sealed unit double glazed bi-fold doors to rear aspect and garden.
Wide tiled shower enclosure with drench shower head and separate hand held attachment. Wall hung wash hand basin with storage below, WC with a concealed push button system. Tiled floor, work top with inset Belfast style sink unit, space and plumbing for washing machine, concealed Worcester gas fired boiler, fully tiled walls, spot lights, extractor fan and Velux double glazed roof lights.
Bedroom One 4.59m x 4.55m (15'1" x 14'11")
Wealth of exposed timbers, original floor boards, eaves storage and a secondary glazed window to front aspect.
Bedroom Two 4.41m x 3.07m (14'6" x 10'1")
Radiator, exposed timbers, wiring for wall lights and a secondary glazed window to front aspect,
Bedroom Three 3.73m x 2.95m Max (12'3" x 9'8" Max)
Radiator, shelved storage cupboard and a multi paned window to rear aspect,
Period style suite comprising cast iron bath, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, radiator, angled ceiling with exposed timbers incorporating Velux double glazed rooflights.
Having a patio area directly to the rear which is approached by bi-fold doors from the Kitchen or Family room. Steps leads down to the mature lawned gardens which have well stocked borders housing an abundance of specimen shrubs and trees. A gate leads through to a hidden garden having raised borders with sleepers, patio area, two ponds and a waterfall,
Garage and Parking 10.72m x 6.02m (35'2" x 19'9")
Rear vehicular access to a parking area and a Shared Garage with access from Edward Street on an unadopted road. The garage has an electrically operated roller shutter doors. The garage is of an irregular shape and the measurements have been averaged out. The garage is split between numbers 18 and 20.
The property is understood to be freehold, with vacant possession, although this must be verified through your solicitors.
All mains services understood to be connected. NB We have not tested the central heating, domestic hot water system, kitchen appliances or other services and whilst believing them to be in satisfactory working order, we cannot give any warranties in this respect. Interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries.
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