Well presented, period cottage at the edge of the village on a no-through lane.
Located in the most enviable position at the at the edge of the village adjoining open countryside, Thatch End Cottage is believed to date to the 1700s.
Not listed, Thatch End Cottage is the last of a terrace of what is thought to have been farm cottages, and is allegedly the longest thatch in the country.
Well maintained by the current owners, the property was re-thatched six years ago. Other improvements include an extension to the rear opening up the sitting room and a garden room to the rear of the kitchen. Retaining a wealth of period features the property tastefully combines character with modern comforts. The sitting room with Inglenook and open fire place over looks the garden and the dining room has fitted cupboards and shelves. Kitchen with exposed timbers has integrated appliances and leads to the oak frame garden room with underfloor heating.
On the first floor the main bedroom has fitted cupboards and views overlooking the countryside to the rear. There are two further bedrooms, one with fitted desk and units is currently used as study/TV den. The bathroom has underfloor heating a roll top bath and separate shower.
Outside there is gravel parking to the front and side of the cottage and a useful hedged area conceals bins.
A pedestrian gate leads to the enclosed rear gardens which,
divided into areas, are part terrace, part lawns. Well stocked,
plants include old roses, lavender and honeysuckle and there is an ornamental pond.
There is a log store and timber garden store.
Thatch End Cottage is a quintessential cottage in the country, in a village with a pub, commutable to London, ideal for professionals, upsizers, downsizers and weekenders alike.
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.
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This is a quintessential cottage in the country, in a village with a pub, commutable to London, ideal for professionals, upsizers, downsizers and weekenders alike.Nicky Quentel