A charming detached cottage in a tucked away and central location set well back from the street with stunning gardens and off street parking
Grade II listed, The Cottage dates from C16-C17 and is of architectural and historical importance. The property was formerly two cottages and in recent years has undergone a sympathetic and thorough renovation. The property now provides light and airy accommodation, presented to a high standard throughout and is constructed from a timber frame and plastered under a tiled roof. The property offers a wealth of original features including fine exposed timbers and an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove in the sitting room. The Aga kitchen has wooden base and wall mounted units, tiled splash backs and a walk in pantry. The excellent garden room is accessed off the kitchen and dining room and has delightful views over the stunning gardens. The dining room lies next to the kitchen. The first floor benefits from three double bedrooms and a large modern family bathroom.
The property has the advantages of being well set back from the road and with off-road parking at the front of the property beyond which lies a pretty front garden. The rear garden is a real feature of the property laid out as a Mediterranean garden in the style of 'Sorolla' with paved paths, box hedging, established beds & trees and a raised decked area behind the house, perfect for al fresco dining. At the rear of the garden lies the home office/studio and the 'secret garden' which provides a number of fruit trees.
Mains gas, electricity, drainage and water.
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This has to be one of the best positions of any house in the village due to its central location and being wonderfully tucked back from the street.Tom Orford