A charming period cottage, believed to be around 400 years old, in a tucked away position on the outskirts of the village.
For a property of this age, the head height is excellent throughout with both bedrooms being vaulted and there are many original character features including two attractive inglenook fireplaces and exposed beamwork. The current owners have sympathetically refurbished the property paying great attention to detail. They have installed a stunning kitchen in which all apliances will be staying (excluding the washer-dryer) and added double doors from here into the garden. The cottage has been redecorated throughout to create a bright and neutral décor and the entrance porch has also been renovated. The property also has a very useable cellar which could be used as another reception room. The master bedroom has a dressing room and an en-suite bathroom and there is an additional wet room downstairs.
The property has an enclosed rear garden which is principally laid to lawn with a brick block patio area. There is also flower beds to the front and to the other side of the cottage. There is a new shed, with an electricity supply, which we understand will remain with the property. There are two off-street parking spaces and a further area of garden which is jointly leased for a nominal sum with the adjoining property.
Whilst the address states that the property is on the High Street, Swifts Cottage is, in fact, in a tucked away position behind the High Street, accessible via the drive to the offices which front onto the High Street.