A Grade II Listed thatched cottage with a large garden, garage and parking located in a tucked away position in this rural hamlet of 18 homes. Must be viewed.
GROUND FLOOR: A wooden porch and front door lead into the lounge which is full of character having ceiling beams and a deep Inglenook with original stove and a bread oven. There are multi pane windows to the front and a timber door giving access to stairs to the first floor and a door leads into the dining room which has windows overlooking the front and back gardens and a fireplace, again with an old cast iron Range with fire basket. The rear lobby has doors off to the utility/WC which has fitted kitchen cupboards, worktops and a sink, spaces for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a WC, further doors from the lobby lead to the timber rear porch and a wooden door leads into the kitchen/breakfast room which is a modern airy room with space by the French doors for a breakfast table looking out over the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of cupboards and worktops and a sink. Integrated appliances include an oven, 4 ring hob with a hood above and a dishwasher and there is space for a fridge/freezer.
FIRST FLOOR: Stairs open up to a long landing with doors off to three bedrooms and the bathroom. The landing has lots of interesting character features, two windows, a shelved alcove giving access to the loft and stripped pine flooring. Bedroom 1 has a window to the front, exposed ceiling timbers and a useful alcove. Bedroom 2 has exposed ceiling timbers and a window to the front and bedroom 3 has a window to the front, exposed timbers and stripped pine flooring. The bathroom has been re-fitted with a modern suite including a bath with a shower above, wash hand basin and WC, tiling to water sensitive areas and there are windows to the front and back.
GARDENS: The rear garden is a particular feature being about 29m (95 feet) long, enjoying an open South facing aspect, mainly lawned with a number of trees and deep planted borders filled with bulbs and perennials. A patio area leads from the kitchen/breakfast room and there is a useful workshop which is 5.3 x 3.5m (17.22 x 11.37 ft) which has French doors out to a patio, windows to two aspects, light and power and a door through to the garage. There is a pretty front garden with a path leading to the front door.
GARAGE AND PARKING: The garage is 6.23 x 2.72m (20.25 x 8.84 ft) and is of a metal construction with timber doors to the front and a door to the workshop to the rear. This is approached by a gated gravel driveway providing parking for 2 cars.
SERVICES, EPC AND HEATING: EPC exempt. The radiator central heating is TBC. Council Tax Band TBC.
ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: At offer agreed stage Macintyers will need to confirm the buyer's ID and will require full names, dates of birth and address details to complete this process prior to a sales memo being issued.
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