Grove Cottage is a handsome period property, believed to date from around 1870, constructed of stone elevations with brick dressings under a pitched tiled roof. The property has an open west-facing outlook and is situated at the top end of Gold Street. Internally the property provides many charming period features including fireplaces and a wonderful kitchen/breakfast room at the rear overlooking the gardens. No onward chain.
The attractive gardens fully complement the property, providing many interesting areas with a central level lawn and are partly walled. Attached to the property is a useful attached stone built store. At the far end is a refurbished and dry-lined former Bothy providing a home office with a log burner, together with an attached small garden store. There are two timber gates giving pedestrian access to the property from the side and rear.