'A quintessential cottage' - a very handsome stone cottage together with a large south-facing garden, all peacefully set within a lovely small village, close to Castle Cary.
The cottage is the middle one of a terrace of three, and has a stone façade under a tiled roof. By any measure it is a handsome looking building, and contains many of those features associated with buildings of this type and age.
On the ground floor there is a well proportioned living room with flagstone floor and window seat, beamed ceiling, and a beamed inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. The kitchen has a range of cupboard and drawer units, together with sink and worktops and a window seat. The bathroom has a shower and screen over the bath, together with tiled walls and floor.
On the first floor there is a spacious landing giving access to two bedrooms, the larger one with a double aspect and exposed roof timbers.
OutsideThe garden lies to the south of the cottage, and comprises a terraced entertaining area looking out over a good sized lawn, set with trees and shrubs. There is an outhouse/utility room, and two very useful garden stores. Although the property has no designated parking, it is easy to park on the village street.
The cottage has a right of way for access across the front of no 1 The Rank, and is subject to a similar right across the front for the benefit of no 3, although this cottage is predominantly accessed from the other side.