Main entrance hall with adjacent cloakroom
Inner hall with cloaks cupboard
Split level sitting room with minstrel gallery (study area) over, plus feature French doors opening onto South garden
Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room
Fabulous newly fitted high quality kitchen units with breakfast bar
Main staircase and doors to both the front garden and rear courtyard
With feature Victorian fireplace
Range of fitted units, sink and boiler cupboard
With ‘walk in’ airing cupboard and storage cupboard
Main bedroom with ensuite shower room and fitted wardrobes
Bedroom No.3 with walk in wardrobe
Staircase to Second Floor
Bedroom No.4 with fitted wardrobe
Walk in loft store room above the garage
The current house (constructed 1859) stands on the footprint of an earlier cottage and the cottage date stone of 1699 is positioned over the main southern entrance door.
The house has the following mains services:
Mains foul water drain connection.
Mains electrical supply
Fibre optic telephone/internet supply
The water supply to the house is from a traditional well, located to the West side of the building. The supply has a neutralizing (pH) and antibacterial water treatment system.
The rainwater from all roof downpipes is collected in a large underground tank (located below the shrub border adjacent to the site entrance) for use as a garden watering supply.
The house has an oil fired central heating system with a modern efficient condensing boiler located in the utility room.