Offers Over £150,000 - Under Offer

  • Central Village Location
  • Character Property
  • 2 Bedrooms

A closing date for best and final offers has been set for mid-day Friday 31 May 2019.

A two bedroomed cottage in need of refurbishment, positioned on Hill Street within the village centre.

Living Room Kitchen Dining Room Ground Floor WC 2 Bedrooms Family Bathroom/WC Rear Courtyard

3.82m x 5.15m (12'6 x 16'10). A pleasant room with south facing window, exposed stone walls, fireplace with tiled hearth and shelving to the side. There are attractive exposed ceiling beams giving character to the room.

Fitted with a two piece white suite, heated towel rail and natural light via a small window.

3.18m x 2.21m (10'5 x 7'3). The kitchen is fitted with a range of base cabinets and drawers, good worktop space, built-in shelving to two walls, natural light via a window and partially glazed external door. There is a stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer, and a built-in cupboard with shelf space.

3.88 x 5.36 (12'8 x 17'7). A generous sized room with west facing double glazed window. The focal point of the room is a central fireplace positioned on the back wall with hearth and mantel. The room has multiple radiators, views over the rear courtyard and two storage cupboards.

Wide stairs lead to the FIRST FLOOR.

3.93m x 4.63m (12'10 x 15'2). A very generous room with built-in sliding door wardrobes with mirror fronts. In addition, there is a large built-in airing cupboard containing the Ideal boiler and a generous amount of shelving.

3.29m x 3.06m (10'9 x 10'0). A good sized south facing room with loft access.

Loft—Accessed from the front bedroom and boarded, allowing excellent storage and light is via a west facing window. The roof pitch could allow for a conversion subject to planning permission.

2.32m x 2.85m (7'7 x 9'4) plus shower. Fitted with a three piece suite with additional walk-in shower, fully tiled walls, radiator and window to the north.

There is a pleasant courtyard positioned to the rear of the property, which has an attractive small gate and stone walling to the boundary.

Council Tax Band C.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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