The Rosary is a charming terraced cottage built in circa 1879 of stone elevations under a tiled roof. The property is well presented throughout and is complimented by a delightful 'cottage garden' to the rear. The property benefits from gas-fired central heating (new combi boiler installed in 2013) and double glazed windows to the rear.
On the ground floor there is an entrance hall leading through to the sitting room with exposed brickwork fireplace with inset multi fuel wood burner. The kitchen to the rear of the property has a range of painted wooden units with work surfaces, space for an electric or gas cooker, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine and a good-sized understairs storage cupboard. From the kitchen double doors lead into the conservatory/garden room which has recently had the windows, door and roof replaced. French double doors lead into the garden.
On the first floor landing there is access to the loft space. The master bedroom to the front has a built-in cupboard housing the combi boiler and a further storage cupboard above the stairs. Bedroom two to the rear enjoys delightful views over the garden. The family bathroom comprises; bath with drencher shower unit over, wash hand basin and WC.
To the front of the property there is parking for two vehicles and a small garden with numerous trees and a seating area. The principle gardens are to the rear of the property, adjacent to the cottage is a sun terrace which has a pathway winding down through this delightful cottage garden. There is a variety of mature trees and shrubs, well stocked herbaceous borders, flower beds and an ornamental fishpond. The path meanders to a further area of garden, enclosed by mature trees. There are also three sheds, two with power.