Stone built 18th century cottage in rural village close to the coast with stunning views
Fern Hayes is a semi-detached stone built 18th century cottage under a slate roof. The property is entered via the porch which doubles up as a sun room and also the boot room. The front door leads through to the sitting/dining room, this open plan room has a large fireplace with the old bread oven and the fire itself is a Clearview multifuel fire stove with a tile fireplace surround. Please note the new plastering to the side of the fireplace will be painted. The kitchen has laminated wooden fitted kitchen units with integral small and large electric ovens, separate gas hob, TV point and electric velux windows in the ceiling. The kitchen floor is slate' lino. The double patio doors from the kitchen lead out onto the decking and garden beyond. There is a downstairs cloakroom and a utility room with fitted cupboards. The utility room has a combi boiler and space for a washing machine.
Upstairs are two bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room. The main bedroom has two fitted wardrobes with an en suite shower cubicle, loo and basin. The second bedroom is a double bedroom and is currently used as an office.
A main feature of the cottage are the wonderful views enjoyed from the property over open countryside. Outside the kitchen is a wooden decking area and running water from the spring. There is a further patio area in the garden. The garden itself is laid to lawn with mature flower beds, a number of productive vegetable beds and compost bins.
There is a good range of outbuildings and parking for a number of cars. Behind the summer house there is a parking area approached via electric wooden gates from the lane. There is a garage and an outside office/studio which is insulated and well decorated with electric and a data cable for wired internet.
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I think the views from the cottage are quite magicalLizzie BallProperty agent