A rare opportunity to acquire an attractive and characterful home in a highly sought-after location. Extending to 2339 sq ft this property offers spacious and pristine accommodation.
Pigginshaw Cottage is a truly delightful residence built in 2002 and forms part of a select enclave of just two properties. The half-rendered facade with mock Tudor detailing extends to over 2339 Sq ft offering spacious and pristine accommodation arranged over two floors with character features throughout.
An open porch leads through an oak door and into a bright and spacious welcoming hallway complemented with oak flooring and oak balustrades. Floor to ceiling windows in the dining area designed to maximise the southerly side aspect which flows into the generous 20' living room with bi folding doors onto the patio area. The breakfast kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of cream units with contrasting work surfaces and a comprehensive range of appliances including Neff double oven and microwave and space for a fridge freezer. A fully fitted utility area lies to the side of the kitchen with access to the integral garage. A study and WC complete the downstairs accommodation.
To the first floor, a galleried landing with vaulted ceiling leads to four generously proportioned bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom suite. The indulgent 25ft principal bedroom suite is a truly exceptional space featuring original beams and skylight windows. The fitted dressing area provides extensive storage and the en suite bathroom is fully tiled with a separate bath and shower. Bedroom two has a southerly aspect with fitted wardrobes and an ensuite shower room.
Externally the property enjoys excellent frontage set behind generous lawned gardens defined by mature hedging. The Indian stone driveway provides off road parking with the addition of the integral garage.
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This property is full of character and charm, I particularly love the mock Tudor detailing and the open aspect to the side of the property.Andrew Thorpe