A delightful cottage set in a stunning location.
Tea Caddy is Grade II Listed and believed to date back to 1818 and is constructed from brick under a plain tile roof. The property is light and bright and is a most appealing cottage in one of the most stunning locations. The house has been a very successful holiday let in previous years and more recently been a great second home.
Steps lead down from the garden to the principal bedroom with stable door, oak flooring and through to a well-fitted bathroom. Utility room with base and wall mounted units, recess for washing machine and over counter recess for tumble dryer.
Bedroom 2 and home office with circular worktops, cupboards and cupboard housing the hot water tank. Second modern bathroom.
Stairs up to:
First floor kitchen with marble worktops and base storage units, integral fridge freezer, soft closing doors, integral four plate hob with marble surround and oven below. Sitting room with open fireplace. Attractive Gothic windows with shutters and wooden flooring.
The cottage is approached through a gate set in established Holly hedging and leads to a gravel drive. Garage with wood store and further storage shed to rear. A York stone path with lighting leads to the cottage with brick boarded flower beds, shaped box shrubs and a delightful camellia. The lawn gardens are enclosed by various shrubs and trees with a garden well with pump.
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This has to be one of the prettiest cottages that exists in the Stour Valley. I love how close you are to the train station and the surrounding countryside is stunning.Tom Orford