Charming Grade II listed cottage of great character in a small hamlet close to beautiful countryside.
This wonderful Grade II listed cottage is thought to date from 1680, with a brick inscription showing a date of 1743 and subsequently extended in 19th and 20th centuries. Overall the property is a blend of great charm and character with many features including exposed original timber beams, brickwork and original fireplaces.
The entrance porch opens to the pretty beamed sitting room featuring an attractive fireplace with wood burning stove. A doors leads to stairs to the first floor. The kitchen/breakfast room is a lovely triple aspect room with a beamed wall and wood flooring. It is fitted with a good range of mainly base units and integrated appliances including dishwasher, Belling 5-ring gas hob and electric double oven. There is a stable door to the garden. A door leads to the beamed family room with exposed brick walls and fireplace. A door leads down to the cellar. From the family room is the dining room with tiled floor, exposed beams, brick fireplace and bread oven. Bedroom two is double aspect and has an en suite shower room. Adjoining the dining room is a useful study area with ladder stairs to a mezzanine which would make a good meditation room or storage space.
The first floor landing leads to the principal bedroom; a charming room with vaulted ceiling and attractive cast iron fireplace. Bedroom three and a family bathroom completes the accommodation.
Approached over a gravel driveway with parking space for several cars. Steps lead up to a large area of lawn with hedge borders. A paved area extends round the property to the rear garden which backs south with a further area of lawn and a timber garden shed.
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We are delighted to be offering this wonderful Grade II listed cottage so full of charm and character.Graeme Warren