Red Cottage is an Edwardian former farm worker's house believed to have been built in about 1911. It has handsome brick elevations with double hung sash casement windows under hipped roofs covered with tiles. It was extended in matching materials and design some years ago by the present owners. The bathroom has recently been refitted and there is oil fired central heating. That said, the house does now require some modernisation and refurbishment but given its handsome appearance and rural setting it does have considerable potential.
On the ground floor there is a central dining hall which gives direct access to the double aspect sitting room at the front of the house. The hall also gives access to the cloakroom/utility room. The kitchen is open plan with the living room which looks out over the garden and has direct access to the terrace.
On the first floor there is a galleried landing with two double bedrooms and modern bathroom complete with separate shower. The house contains proportions and character which makes buildings of this period so popular.
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