On walking through the front door of this pretty 19th century stone cottage you will find many features such as exposed stone walls, stone fireplace with updated wood burning stove and timber latch doors. It provides a comfortable and inviting place to live and has the potential to extend with planning permission that was granted but needs renewing.
The kitchen has been updated in more recent years and provides a white contemporary design with timber work surfaces, built in stainless steel oven with a gas hob and extractor over. Spaces are provided for a refrigerator and dishwasher and the top half of an existing chimney breast allows a recess for microwave or storage area. To the other end of the kitchen there is room for a breakfast table and a latch door giving access to a walk in storage cupboard under the stairs. The rear timber stable door takes you into a porch area where ample storage is located at one end and provides a utility/boot room.
To the front of the property is the sitting room with staircase to the first floor, here you will also find a feature wall of exposed stone as well as the exposed stone fireplace with timber mantel, stone hearth and wood burning stove.
On the first floor are two bedrooms, one with exposed stone wall and recess to one side and the second room overlooks the rear garden. The bathroom consists of a white three piece suite and shower over the bath.
Gardens and grounds
Outside the rear garden is bordered by a combination of stone walls, timber fencing and mature hedging, all of which offer a degree of privacy along with a dividing hedge about two thirds down the garden which screens the gravelled parking area. The main part of the garden is laid to lawn with mature planting and flower beds. Immediately to the rear of the house is a small outbuilding, originally a pigsty, which is ideal for garden storage but also makes up part of the area when permission was granted for an extension (now expired).