Guide Price £359,950 - Available
5.2m x 5.0m (17`0 x 16`4). An impressive room full of character with multiple natural light sources, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, French doors and focal point fireplace with stone surround, mantel and hearth. The natural light sources include sash style windows with good views over the rear garden. Adjacent to the living room lies the dining room.
3.44m x 2.94m (11`3 x 9`7) and 1.45m x 2.28m (4`9 x 7`5). The character of the home is evident throughout every room. This includes the dining room which has an exposed stone wall, wooden lintels above nooks and crannies, as well as an external door leading to the rear garden. There is a good sized storage cupboard with bi-folding door. The oil fired boiler is also housed within the dining room completely enclosed but with shelf space above.
3.74m x 2.57m (12`3 x 8`5). The walls in the kitchen are a mix of attractive exposed stone as well as painted walls. There is splash back tiling around the worktop area, a range of base and wall units including open display shelf and glass fronted cabinets. There is a 1.5 stainless steel sink with mixer tap over, integrated oven, hob and extractor fan.
4.92m x 4.62m (16`1 x 15`1) max. A bright and airy ‘L` shaped room with two panelled sash windows, exposed ceiling beams and attractive narrow slit window.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM/WC
2.56m x 1.49m (8`4 x 4`10). Fitted with a two piece white suite, large walk-in sliding door shower, exposed ceiling beams and panelled walls. In addition, there is an extractor fan and built-in shelf beneath the wash hand basin.
3.3m x 3.27m (10`9 x 10`8). The character in this room is truly evident with a large exposed stone wall, exposed ceiling beams, sash style windows, and again with a narrow slit window.
3.11m x 3.12m (10`2 x 10`2). There is exposed stone to two walls and a dual aspect with natural light coming from two elevations, exposed ceiling beams and wooden window lintel. In addition, there is an area with built-in shelving.
2.73m x 1.63m (8`11 x 5`4). Fitted with a three piece white suite, shower above ‘P` shaped bath with central taps, tiled floor, splash back panelling, built-in shelving and radiator.
Lying to the east and front elevation of the property are attractive flowerbeds lined with stone walling and semi-circle stone steps lead up to the front door. In addition, there is a small parking space directly adjacent to the front of the home.
To the rear of the home lies a generously sized garden, predominantly laid to lawn. In addition, there is a large parking area suitable for multiple vehicles. The oil tank is housed in the rear garden, which is west facing but open to south and north.
*Please note: There is a ‘right of access` over the neighbouring property to the south allowing for bin access.
There is also a driveway owned by the neighbouring property to the north, however South Cottage has a vehicular right of way allowing for parking to the rear of the home.
Within the centre of this development lies multiple areas designated for communal parking.
The freehold to the east extends across the road, the neighbours have a vehicular right of way across.
Council Tax Band E. EPC rating to be confirmed.
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.
- Single Storey Barn Conversion
- 3 Double Bedrooms
- Good Sized Garden
- Stunning Character Features
Nearest train stations (distances are in a straight line)
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