A pretty period cottage that dates back to the 1750s located in a quiet rural setting that has been recently renovated to give the perfect balance of contemporary living with beautiful period features.
The front door leads you through a porch that offers ample storage and into the sitting room that is brimming with period charm from the 200 year old beams to the redbrick fireplace. The good-sized sitting room leads through to a galley style kitchen with decorative wood panelling and contemporary tiled floor that offers a large amount of worktop space and storage. Through the kitchen you come in to a conservatory that is filled with light, warmed by newly installed underfloor heating, with space for family dining and double doors that lead out on to the garden. A utility room, with appliance space, leads to the recently modernised bathroom with a power shower and modern fittings teamed with a vintage style radiator.
To the first floor, the staircase provides access to two double bedrooms, both continuing the charm of the downstairs with historic woodwork and in the master an exposed brickwork wall with built-in wardrobes.
To the front of the house there is a driveway that provides off-road parking as well as a path with two flower beds that lead to the front door. To the rear of the property there is a well-stocked garden that is laid to lawn with two patio areas that overlook a pretty pond. At the end of the path, there is a vegetable patch which has produced carrots, potatoes and courgettes and then finishes at a spacious workshop which benefits from light and power and has the potential to make a fantastic home office or workspace.