Beautifully presented cottage with a wealth of stunning features and delightful cottage garden.
Tudor Cottage dates back to 1580 and is Listed Grade II offering a wealth of historic features including exposed oak beams, wide floor boards, wall and ceiling timbers and mullioned windows. The ground floor accommodation comprises a porch which leads through to the hallway giving access to the drawing room and dining room both of which are well proportioned rooms benefitting from good ceiling heights and inglenook fireplaces with wood burning stoves. The shaker style kitchen/breakfast room is light and airy and has bespoke wooden base and wall mounted units, Corian work surfaces, as well as a gas fired Redfyre. The downstairs utility room and newly refurbished shower room are off the kitchen. The sun room is situated beyond the dining room and provides the cottage with an additional reception room with lovely views and doors out to the garden. The first floor landing leads to the impressive part-vaulted master bedroom with dressing area as well as a further 2 bedrooms and a family bathroom. There are some low cross timbers on the first floor landing otherwise the ceiling height is excellent.
The cottage is well situated centrally within its plot surrounded by established gardens to both the front and rear. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn offering a wide variety of trees and plants including roses, shrubs, perennials, specimen trees and tall hedges. A charming summerhouse and terrace is positioned at the rear of the garden perfect for al fresco dining. The double length garage is reached via the front drive which also provides off road parking.
Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas fired central heating.
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Immaculately presented village cottage private and secluded, perfect retreat.Tom Orford