A charming Grade II Listed 16th century thatched cottage with garage and pretty gardens
Originally built as three cottages, it belonged to the nearby manor. It has been updated and provides a charming home with a wealth of character throughout. The welcoming entrance hall with inglenook fireplace, bread oven and wood burning stove leads through to the sitting room. This cosy yet light room has two windows to the front and French door opening to the rear, and an inglenook fireplace with bread oven. The kitchen/breakfast room has slate flooring, overlooks the garden, and has fitted units with reclaimed oak.
From the entrance hall, a staircase leads to the first floor, where there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside, the property overlooks the square to the front, and there is an integral garage to the side with wooden double doors to the front and up and over door to the rear. Southerly facing walled rear gardens with a large paved patio, lawned area and well established trees, shrubs and plants. There is also a useful garden storage building.
Brochure prepared and photographs taken March 2020.
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Get cosy in Winter snuggling in front of the inglenook open fireplace, and then enjoy sitting out in the Spring and Summer in the pretty cottage garden.Ronnie van der Ploeg