Honeysuckle Cottage is one of a pair of Grade II listed cottages believed to date from late 18th Century or early 19th Century; built of rendered whitewashed cob walls under thatched roof with distinctive casement windows. This mid terraced property offers light and spacious rooms with a good overall layout. The accommodation is ripe for refurbishment and modernisation.
The front entrance hall has a red quarry tiled floor and leads to the kitchen, utility room and the sitting room, which has an open inglenook fireplace with beam across and pretty window seat. There is a study area with rear door to garden. The kitchen has a range of fitted wall and floor units with a large understairs cupboard and space for table and chairs. The utility room has plumbing for a washing machine and ample room for storage; there is a window light from the stairwell. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two doubles and a single, with exposed beams, spacious airing cupboard and a family bathroom.
The property is approached off North Street onto a shared driveway leading to parking area and a separate garden including a double garage. The front garden has mature shrubbery offering privacy. A quiet and secluded courtyard garden to the rear of the property is accessed from the rear door through a wrought iron gate, ideal spot to relax. Right of way across the neighbouring garden at the rear of the property leads to the driveway and the separate garden, which overlooks the churchyard. This is full of potential and bounded by mature shrubs and trees.