A charming detached cottage set in the most picturesque of settings.
Horseshoe Cottage is a charming detached period home situated in this highly sought after hamlet. The property is believed to date back to the early 1800s and retains a wealth of character features throughout.
Upon going through the front door, you come into the entrance hall which enjoys an outlook over the side garden and has a door opening to the sitting room.
The sitting room has a feature fireplace, exposed timbers and brickwork. There are under-stairs storage cupboards and a stair case which leads to the first floor.
A door leads through to the dining room which enjoys a dual aspect and feature fireplace. A subsequent door goes through to the kitchen.
The kitchen has a range of wall & base units with wooden worktop, a selection of integrated and standing appliances, a door leading out to the side terrace and access to the cloakroom.
To the first floor the principal bedroom enjoys delightful views across open fields as well as a vaulted ceiling and dual aspect. The second bedroom features a fireplace and has a dual aspect along with built in cupboards. The third bedroom is currently being used as an office/dressing room. Completing the first floor is the family bathroom.
The cottage is approached via a gravel driveway providing off street parking for several vehicles. There are bedding areas and hedging to the sides. To the right-hand side of the cottage is a paved patio with pergola which gives a lovely space for outside entertaining and alfresco dining. The remainder and majority of the garden is to the front of the property and is mainly laid to lawn with a number of flower beds and mature hedge borders. There is a raised decked area, a detached summerhouse/office with power & lighting and a garage.
There is common land, which runs across the driveway and in front of the cottage.
A treatment plan is currently in place for Japanese Knotweed.
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A stunning cottage set in a beautiful position in the highly desirable hamlet of Russells Water.Ryan Allbon