Sirio cottage is a classic picture postcard detached period cottage understood to date back to circa 1750 with hamstone elevations under a thatched roof. It is listed of Architectural or Historic Importance and lies within the Conservation Area. The well presented accommodation is good sized with oil-fired central heating and a modern fitted kitchen with built in appliances. Character features typical of its age and type with stone and beamed open fireplace, exposed ceiling beams, window seats, exposed floor boards, a fine solid oak leaded light entrance door. There are delightful views to the rear over the surrounding countryside and to Boarsbarrow Hill.
Further feature of the property are the delightful extensive south-facing rear gardens (approximately 140