Built of Gault brick under a slate tiled roof with a southern aspect, The Carriage House has well-proportioned rooms with particularly high ceilings. Much of the original character has been retained with its original brick floors, two half circular windows and traditional sash windows, with the added benefit of louvered shutters.
The large kitchen/breakfast room has an oil-fired Raeburn, with fitted wall and base units and is ideal for family living. The sitting room has an east and southerly aspect and includes a large wood burning stove. The front and rear halls could be used as a dining room or study.
The first floor has three large double bedrooms and a fourth single bedroom with two ensuite bath/shower rooms and a family bathroom.
Outside, the property is approached by a shared drive to an enclosed parking area. To the rear is a private, well stocked garden with a barbeque terrace, pergola and green house. To the west there is a Scandinavian style timber holiday lodge - sleeping 4 with planning permission for a second holiday lodge (Reference DC/16/4518/FUL, granted 19th January 2017), enabling a purchaser to derive a significant income.