A beautiful period thatched cottage in a quiet village location.
Magdalen Cottage is a beautiful Grade II Listed detached cottage built of natural stone elevations under a thatched roof. The property is well presented throughout and has origins from the 15th Century, originally having been a Medieval Open Hall House with exposed cruck beams to the first floor and loft areas. The property has been adapted over the years, and has a 16th Century coffered ceiling in the sitting room, Tudor doors and an Elizabethan fireplace, plank and muntin screening, a newel staircase and various other interesting architectural features from different intervening periods.
Over the years the property has been much improved and restored, on the ground floor there is a cross passage with plank and muntin panelling, Welsh slate floor and rear hall with cloakroom/utility room and access to the garden. The principal living room/dining room is a fine room with Tudor style inglenook fireplace, as well as secondary fireplace with hamstone surround. The room is characterised by a number of partition and ceiling beams and has exposed elm floorboards, bore timbers and a deep library recess. The sitting room features an inglenook fireplace with beam, former bread oven and rare Elizabethan Smoke Hood (believed to be on of about 20 in the country). Plank and muntin partition, window seat, Welsh slate floor and door leading into kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of units, hardwood work tops, Belfast sinks and 'everhot' range with three ovens.
On the first floor are four bedrooms, the modern master bedroom has a range of built in cupboards as well as en-suite bathroom comprising bath with shower, vanity basin, WC. There are three further bedrooms two of which have a built in cupboard. There is a family bathroom comprising free standing bath, shower, WC and basin.