A most attractive attached cottage, understood to date back to the early part of the 19th Century, presenting part weather boarded elevations.
The property has been extended to the rear and offers well-presented accommodation benefitting from oil fired central heating and double glazing.
The ground floor comprises a lovely sitting room which enjoys a dual aspect to the front. Period features include a beamed ceiling and a brick fireplace with timber mantle, tiled insert surrounds and a tiled hearth. There are some useful storage cupboards to the side of the chimney breast and a door provides access to the first floor. To the opposite side is a wide opening through to a study area/snug with the continuation of the beamed ceiling, shelving fitted into a recess, telephone point and an understairs storage cupboard. Beyond this is the spacious dining room which has double glazed doors opening onto the secluded rear garden. The current owners have re-fitted the kitchen. This now comprises a range of units to base and eye level, with complementing work surfaces, tiled surrounds and flooring. There is also an inset one and a half bowl single drainer, space for an electric cooker with extractor hood above, integrated dishwasher and plumbing for washing machine.
To the first floor, there are two double bedrooms being served by a family bathroom comprising a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC and a built-in airing cupboard.
Externally and to the front is a small garden enclosed by picket fencing with shrubs and brick pathway to the front door which also gives access to the side and rear. The rear garden enjoys a south westerly aspect with 'herringbone' brick terraces on two levels and further brick terrace adjacent to the house. There are flower beds, fence enclosed boundaries and a trellis panel screening a large timber shed (3.5m x 1m). A timber gate gives access to a detached single garage, having up and over, power and light connected. EPC RATING BAND D.