A charming detached period cottage in a rural location, with grounds extending to 0.38 of an acre, along with a double garage and driveway
South Cottage is a charming detached period cottage built of hamstone elevations under a tiled roof. The property originally a small character cottage, retains many period features and now incorporates a wonderful extension done by the current owners, which has created a lovely family home, complimented by landscaped gardens including a small woodland area.
On the ground floor is a spacious reception hall with flagstone flooring and understairs cupboard, with doors to both the sitting and dining room, which have fireplaces with woodburning stoves and exposed beams. There is a door from the sitting room out to the garden and from the dining room, double doors open into the wonderful kitchen/family room with exposed hamstone wall, natural stone flooring, woodburning stove, door to the garden and fitted with a handmade kitchen with belfast sink and space for appliances. From here an inner hall leads to a play room, which could also be an additional bedroom. There is a dog & boot room with further wooden unit incorporating a belfast sink, continuation of the natural stone flooring and door out to the garden. The wet room is designed for disabled use, fitted with a walk in shower area, wash hand basin and WC.
There is also a further WC and separate utility room, accessed from the outside. The WC has a wash hand basin and the utility room houses the central heating boiler, hot/cold water connections, power points, radiator and space for appliances.
On the first floor is a landing with access to eaves storage space, which has been used by the current owners as a kids den, along with three bedrooms overlooking the front and a family bathroom with bath, WC and wash hand basin.