This Grade II Listed property is constructed of hamstone walls under a thatched roof. The rooms are well presented and generous in size. There are many period features to the property including two impressive inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams and mullion windows. The floors are tiled or exposed wooden floorboards throughout.
The front door opens onto a hallway that leads through to the gardens. The Drawing Room has an inglenook fireplace, tiled floor, exposed beams and a charming window seat. The Kitchen/Breakfast Room has a tiled floor, inglenook fireplace, exposed ceiling beams and wooden window seats. There is a range of cottage style units with an integral oven. There is space for an undercounter fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
The stairs lead to a landing with three bedrooms, all with exposed wooden floors and mullion windows. The bathroom
comprises a freestanding roll top bath, close coupled WC and wash hand basin. There is also a separate shower unit.
There are both a pedestrian and vehicular bridges over the brook leading to the front door and the garage. The garage is deep
enough to house two cars or provide useful workshop space. There is a separate gardeners WC to the rear of the garage. The rear gardens apron the cottage and provide a beautiful well stocked cottage garden. Beyond the formal gardens is a large area currently used for growing vegetables, soft fruit and fruit trees. The garden also has a large greenhouse, large potting shed with light and power. There is a pedestrian gateway leading from the garden onto a lane leading to Little Street.