A delightful and attractive link-detached half timbered and tiled heritage property situated in a conservation area, just off the north end of the High Street, therefore ideally situated for all of the towns services and amenities including a mainline rail station.
The ground floor accommodation has good quality oak laminate flooring, with the stairs, first floor and attic room having a newly fitted carpet. Due to the period nature of the house there are a number of notable features including beamed ceilings, brick fireplaces and timber mullioned windows. Some do benefit from replacement double glazing or secondary unit double glazing where appropriate. The accommodation now offers the benefits of modern day living including a gas central heating system with combi boiler, new bath/shower room suite and cloakroom to the ground floor. The kitchen has been fitted with units to base and eye level in an 'ivory' finish, with complementing solid wooden work surfaces having integrated hob, oven, extractor fan and inset single drainer sink unit. A conservation skylight takes advantage of the southerly aspect.
The sitting room extends across the front of the property with an adjacent dining room having a brick fireplace, access to the side and to the courtyard garden. The kitchen is open-plan creating a pleasant area for entertaining. From the dining area stairs lead to the first floor, where there are three bedrooms being served by the bath/shower room. From the second bedroom, stairs lead to a useful attic room with window enjoying far reaching views.
The courtyard garden extends to approximately 18 feet in depth, enjoying a south aspect, enclosed by a period brick wall with paved terracing and brick edged borders. A door provides access to the side.