Grade II listed cottage by the Grand Union Canal.
This wonderful character detached home reputedly dates back to 1635 and offers buyers the opportunity to restore this home to its original glory and has a wealth of beams and latched doors throughout.
The house opens into the hall and the sitting room is triple aspect and features a deep fireplace ideal for those cosy winter evenings. The dining room features a biomass wood burner for the heating
and a door out to the garden.
The kitchen has a range of built-in cupboards and is double aspect and there is a separate utility room.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and both are double aspect. The shower room has recently been refitted and there is a separate WC.
The cottage is approached via a five bar gate and has a driveway with parking for several cars. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn and features an old well. There is access out onto the footpath by the Grand Union Canal.
NB: Possible private mooring available for a narrow boat.
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What a great opportunity to create an idyllic country home and enjoy life by the canalSue Trybus