Grade II listed village house with self contained 2 bedroom annexe.
A Grade II listed village house, having handsome elevations of brick and render under a part tiled and part slate roof.
Formerly a farmhouse, the property is arranged in two separate units. The main house providing three/ four bedrooms, and the rear wing a further two bedroom home.
The accommodation is spacious, and has the benefit of mains gas fired central heating via separate boilers. It is fair to say that the main house would benefit from some modernisation and refurbishment, the smaller unit having been renovated more recently, yet offers huge potential for a buyer to improve to their own specification and needs. The front door opens into the entrance hall with feature tiled floor. The sitting room has a brick fireplace with log burner and a pine floor. The large dining room has a boiler cupboard, a rear porch with door to outside, and a serving hatch to the kitchen/ breakfast room. This has a range of kitchen units and walk in larder. Stairs lead up to the first floor landing. There are three bedrooms and a fourth single bedroom/ study, family bathroom with bath and basin, and a separate WC with basin.
35A West Street, the rear wing is well presented and includes a hall, sitting room with log burner, kitchen/ breakfast room fitted with a range of modern units and space for cooker with extractor hood over, utility room with sink, plumbing for a washing machine and a WC off. Stairs lead up to the landing with study area, two bedrooms and a modern bathroom with bath, basin and WC.
A shingle driveway leads down the side and around to the rear of the house to a large parking and turning area. There is an area of garden at the side of the house with lawn and shingle terrace. There is also a private fenced garden area around 35A, with two small lawns and timber decking. Brick boiler cupboard/ store housing the gas fired boiler for the main house.
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I think that the property would be a great choice for a multigenerational familyJamie MortenProperty agent