Stoneydown is a fine example of an 18th century Milton Abbas cob cottage, full of character and charm with many of the original features retained. Originally a pair of semi-detached cottages this family home has well laid out accommodation over 3 floors with the advantage of having a full bathroom on the first floor. The kitchen is particularly spacious and benefits from being dual aspect making it a light and airy space with ample space for a breakfast table and chairs.
The delightful sun room has a pair of French doors leading out to a terraced area which is ideal for summer barbeques and is semi open plan to the dining room making the whole space feel bright and very useable.
To the front of the cottage there are 2 good sized reception rooms both full of character with inglenook fire places and exposed beams.
Also on the ground floor there is a convenient shower room / cloakroom.
The first floor has 3 double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a further bedroom being found on the second floor with lovely views into the garden.
The garden it truly delightful with a large patio terrace immediately to the rear of the house, beyound the terrace the garden which is mainly laid to lawn slopes up towards an area of woodland in total the grounds amount to approximately XX of an acre.
The front garden is open and laid to lawn with a drive way to one side which leads to the detached garage.