It benefits from a good-size beautiful garden, and has delightful rural views across farmland yet with the convenience of local amenities close at hand. The current owners have made a number of improvements in the 14 years they have owned the property, and it is presented to the market in very good condition throughout with many period features including lift latch doors, ceiling beams and fireplace. The majority of the windows are double glazed.
The front door opens into an entrance porch, which the current owners added, and this in turn leads to the sitting room. This is a charming room with wood flooring, ceiling beams and an open fireplace with a built-in log burner taking centre stage. A door leads to the kitchen which has been well designed, fitted with wall and base units with a worktop over incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer unit. There is a built-in electric oven, four ring gas hob, integrated fridge and freezer, and space for further appliances. A built-in breakfast bar provides dining space and stairs lead to the first floor. From the kitchen there is a lobby which has a door to the courtyard at the rear of the cottage, and from the lobby a door leads to the shower room which was updated three years ago. This has been fitted with a suite comprising a shower, wash hand basin and W.C. There is ample built-in storage and a smart tiled floor and walls.
The first floor landing leads to two bedrooms, both with lovely rural views.
There is a wonderful garden which has been landscaped by the owners. From the entrance porch, a path with deep borders either side leads past the summer house where you turn a corner into the main section of the garden. This is beautifully tucked away and backs on to woodland at the far end with a cobnut orchard to the side. Here you will find a large area of lawn with a decked dining area and log cabin, with power and light, which could have a number of uses. There is a parking bay to the side of the garden which provides two off-road parking spaces.