A charming Grade II listed cottage, in a lovely village setting with very pretty gardens.
Formerly two cottages and believed to date from the 17th century, 15 High Street is a delightful Grade II listed home, with flexible accommodation. The kitchen has a tiled floor, bespoke, handmade cupboards and a stable door opening in to the garden. It also has a utility area to one side, with a traditional butlers sink and wooden draining board. Adjacent to the kitchen on one side is a dining room, with an inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove, on the other is a sitting room with inglenook fireplace. The drawing room has a fireplace and French doors into the conservatory which, in turn, has French doors onto a terrace and the garden beyond. The rear hall, with stone tiled floor, has a part-glazed door onto the terrace and leads through to a downstairs double bedroom, with French doors onto the terrace and an adjacent shower room and lavatory.
The first floor is accessed by two separate staircases, with each one leading to two double bedrooms and family bathroom (totalling four bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs).
A gravel path and mixed hedging separates the front of the cottage from the village road. To one side is a gravel drive and parking area. A picket fence leads through to the delightful cottage garden, with two ponds, areas of lawn, apple trees and numerous flower borders brimming with an abundance phlox, roses, jasmine, hollyhocks and hydrangeas.
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I love the comfortable atmosphere of this cottage and the really pretty gardens.Paul Cadge