A well-presented two bedroom cottage with gardens and garage situated in a sought after location.
N.B. There are plans prepared for the garage to be converted to a bedroom and en-suite shower room (quotes for the work is in the region of £15,000) under Permitted Development Rights, subject to updated building control approval. Drawings and paperwork are available at the agents office.
An entrance vestibule leads into the principal reception room which has an impressive stone fireplace with stone hearth and multi-fuel stove, double glazed windows and central heating radiator. An inner hallway leads to the rest of the accommodation. The kitchen which is at the rear of the property enjoys views across the garden and is fitted with an excellent range of white modern wall and floor units with ample contoured work surfaces and part tiled surrounds, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, built in appliances including electric oven and hob, extractor hood, space for a fridge and freezer and plumbing for automatic washing machine, double glazed window and door leading into the rear garden.
There are two bedrooms to the front of the house one with fitted wardrobes. The bathroom has been recently upgraded and features a modern contemporary white suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c. part tiled walls, separate fully tiled shower enclosure with electric shower, chrome heated towel radiator and tiled floor.
The property is set back from the village green. The rear garden is approached by double timber gates, and is enclosed by stone walling.
There is a lawned area with borders of established flower beds and three stone outhouses. The garage is attached and could be converted.
Oil central heating, Photovoltaic panels to the roof. Mains electricity, drainage and water connected.
Council Tax Band C
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
A delightful two bedroom stone built cottage dating back to the late 1800's with the potential to convert the garage into a 3rd bedroom and shower room.Ben Pridden