78 High Street is a most attractive property, believed to have been built in 1901 out of hamstone elevations under a tiled roof. The property is part of a distinctive terrace of similar houses and is well presented throughout.
An entrance hall leads into a tiled entrance vestibule with door into a sitting room which has an open fireplace and picture rail. A door leads into the dining room which also has an open fireplace, stairs to the first floor, double doors into the garden room and a storage heater. The kitchen has wall and base units as well as electric oven and hob and plumbing for washing machine. The garden room has sliding double glazed patio doors out onto a deck area.
On the first floor is a landing with ladder access into a boarded loft with velux window, used now as an occasional bedroom. There are two good sized bedrooms, the master having an original fireplace. The family bathroom is spacious and comprises a bath, wc, basin and original fireplace.
To the front of the property is an attractive and well stocked south facing garden and to the rear is an area of decking adjacent to the garden room. From the decking there is access across a shared driveway to parking area for minimum of 2 vehicles, beyond which is an attractive enclosed fenced garden laid out with low maintenance in mind comprising gravel, bark, shrubs and a couple of mature trees.