The original construction of stone elevations with a thatch roof dates back to the 1500's. This pretty Grade II listed cottage has been extended to the rear by the current owners approximately 11 years ago using brick elevations under a tiled roof.
The extension provides the proeprty with a good mix of modern and traditional layout with the spacious Shaker style kitchen/breakfast room including integrated appliances and a utility room. Between the rooms is a wonderful seating area making the most of the view over the attractive garden and a downstairs shower room.
Character flows through the traditional side of the property with an attractive open fireplace and beehive oven in the sitting room, exposed wooden beams throughout and a wood burner in the dining room.
Three double bedrooms upstairs and a modern family bathroom completes the accommodation.
The property is approached through double opening wooden gates onto a gravel driveway which continues down the side of the cottage and up to and beyond the garage door. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn enclosed by a mixture of trees, shrubs and fencing. The rear garden is a real feature of the property with superb views over rolling hills and agricultural farmland . A seating area set to the far end of the garden is best placed for the views and beautiful sunsets.
The majority of the garden is laid to lawn with mature trees and hedging borders. At the immediate rear of the property is a patio area conveniently located next to the entrance to the kitchen. Attached to the garage at the end of the driveway is a log store and a gravel driveway.