A charming family home, centrally located in this popular rural village.
1 Old Post Office Cottages is a delightful period property believed to date from 1830, situated in this sought after rural village. The property combines character features with modern embellishments and provides versatile and well-proportioned living space, ideal for both family living and formal entertaining. Salient points include a modern kitchen and bathroom suites, some exposed brick flooring, feature fireplaces, downlights and wooden thumb latch doors. Also of note is the detached brick garage and ample off road parking.
The triple aspect sitting room has views to the front and rear with a feature fireplace with wood burning open fire, and a door leading to the garden.
The attractive entrance hall/snug also benefits from a feature fireplace with built-in storage cupboards to both sides.
The stylish kitchen/dining room is equipped with a comprehensive range of wall and base units with an integral double oven, microwave, hob, dishwasher and washing machine. The dining area has doors opening to the rear paved terrace, ideal for al fresco entertaining.
A cloakroom completes the ground floor.
The light and airy principal bedroom suite benefits from a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, a skylight and a window with views to the front. There is a bank of built-in storage cupboards and a modern en suite shower room.
There are three further double bedrooms, and a well-appointed family bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath completes the accommodation.
1 Old Post Office Cottages has a driveway providing ample parking and a detached brick built garage with power connected.
The attractive garden wraps around the side of the house and is predominantly laid to lawn with a number of flower beds stocked with a variety of trees, shrubs and perennials, enclosed with part brick and close board fencing to provide privacy.
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Central village family home, with the benefit of off road parking and a garage. One to view with haste!Oliver Hodges