A charming and versatile period cottage with views over Cutwell Valley and yards from the town centre
55 Church Street occupies a central position being within a hundred yards of the Market Cross, opposite the famous church and in a favoured residential area. From its elevated position there are attractive southerly views across the river meadows towards open countryside. The property also has the advantage of private parking which is rare for properties situated so close to the centre of town.
Internally the property is full of character and the rooms are flexible in the way they can be used. Off the entrance hall is the impressive drawing room which makes for an excellent entertaining room It incorporates a dressed stone open fireplace and there are sliding glazed doors to the outside terrace. Also off the hall is the dining room with exposed timbers, flagstone floor and inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel stove. There is also access to the vaulted wine cellar. A good sized study leads off the dining room which could also be used as a spare/additional bedroom. Also leading off the hall is a modern walk in shower/wet room with underfloor heating, heated towel rail WC and hand basin. The kitchen/breakfast room also has direct access to the garden and incorporates a 3 oven Aga, floor cupboards and space for a washing machine, freezer and dishwasher. There is also a walk in pantry.
Stairs lead up to a galleried landing. The main bedroom links with a dressing/study which could easily be used as a fourth bedroom. There is a further bedroom and bathroom on this floor with a third created from the attic space.
Outside there is a south west facing garden which is approached from either the sitting room or the kitchen. In addition to a paved sitting out area there is an area of lawn with shrub and flower borders which overlook the Cutwell Valley. To one side is a garden implement shed.
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I would really appreciate the view from the house and the fact that all the shops and cafes are only a few minutes walk away.Anthony Coaker