A charming Grade II listed detached thatched cottage sitting in grounds of just over 0.3 of an acre with lovely views.
Howe Cottage is a charming Grade II listed thatched period home that has been well enjoyed over the years. Upon entering, you arrive in the dining room that sits centrally in the property.
To the left, there is access into the kitchen/breakfast room that has a range of wall and base units along with appliances. It enjoys a dual aspect with the rear having patio doors out on to the terrace. There is an adjoining study that has a built in cupboard to house further white goods. To the right of the dining room, you come into a hall where there are doors to the sitting room, cloakroom and stairs to first floor. The sitting room is very charming and features a dual aspect and Inglenook fireplace with log burner.
To the first floor, there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Upon coming off of Howe Hill,you arrive in the gravel parking area that sits in front of the large detached timber car port. There is space for a number of vehicles. The car port (hand built by the owner) has power & lighting and has stairs going into the loft space which proves useful further storage. This could be transformed into a mixture of areas (s.t.p.p).
Proceeding to the rear of the car port on the outside, there is a tool shed attached. A footpath leads to the front door where there is a large and old Yew tree (over 500years old). The grounds the property sits in are just over 0.3 of an acre. It is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of flowers, trees and shrubs. To the rear of the cottage, there is a paved patio area that enjoys picturesque views up the valley.
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A charming Grade II listed cottage with the most delightful views that i feel are brilliant!Adam SayersProperty agent