When the current owners purchased this two bedroom cottage it was in need of updating throughout. Since then they have replaced the roof and sympathetically restored the property with great attention to detail, with period features that blend seamlessly with a neutral décor and elegant finishing touches.
The smart front door opens into a bright sitting room. The owners removed the fireplace surround and have exposed the original brick chimney breast with an open fireplace to create an attractive focal point. There is solid oak flooring which also runs into the dining room at the rear of the house. The dining room also has a small feature fireplace, there is built-in shelving and a door from this room leads to the first floor.
From the inner lobby on the ground floor there is a door to the cellar, which is a very useful room providing plenty of storage and has potential to convert into further living space. The kitchen was updated recently, utilising a former storage cupboard to make the room larger and with a vaulted ceiling adding to the feeling of space. The room is fitted with modern wall and base units with a granite worktop over, there is plenty of worktop and storage space, ideal for those who enjoy cooking. There is a slate floor and a door leads to the garden.
A door from the dining room leads to the bathroom, which is stylishly designed with tiled floor and part-tiled walls. There is a modern white suite comprising a hand wash basin, low level WC and a bath with a large rainhead shower over.
To the first floor there are two double bedrooms, which complete the accommodation.
The property is accessed via steps from the road. A gate from the front garden leads to the rear garden, which is very private and a good size. This is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and plants and a patio area.