Single glazed entrance door to the rear aspect leading into the dining kitchen
As soon as you enter the kitchen you notice the trademark low ceilings that make these cottages so appealing. With stone tile effect vinyl flooring and a range of fitted wall and base units with complimentary black laminate worktops. A single bowl sink with a mixer tap, breakfast bar with storage cupboards, open under stairs storage cupboard, inset Range cooker, open plan to an elevated dining area, appliance spaces and stone steps leading up to the first floor and doorway leading to the rear outhouse and garden.
The lounge starts to show some of the history that this cottage holds in its rustic half split internal French doors. Your eye is drawn to the beautiful view through the uPVC windows and door from the rear aspect of the countryside with a small stream meandering through the valley base. Stairs rise to the second floor directed by the original wood panelled staircase walls that truly add the heritage of this wonderfully quaint cottage. The original elevated storage lean too sits at the rear of the lounge attached to the rear face of the house. A central lighting point creates the wall light point, laminate flooring, living flame gas fire with a feature marble surround and hearth complimented by a double radiator.
Two uPVC double glazed frosted windows to the front aspect, panelled bath, vanity basin with a storage cupboard, low level WC, shower cubicle with a power shower, part tiled elevations and a double radiator.
UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect, wall to wall wardrobes, storage cupboards and a double radiator.
Velux roof light window to the rear aspect.
Velux roof light window to the front aspect and a double radiator.
Laid to lawn area with wall enclosures.
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