Price £260,000 Sale Agreed
  • Period Cottage
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Large Garden
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Workshop

This pretty period house is believed to date back to c1850 and is situated in this little known terrace just below the conservation area. The property offers good size and characterful accommodation comprising a large entrance porch, a living room with wood burning stove with back boiler and kitchen/diner on the ground floor. On the first floor you will find three bedrooms and bathroom. The property benefits from solar panels that are fully owned, gas central heating and the property also has planning permission to extend to the rear. A striking feature of this charming cottage is that unlike many properties like this that just have a small courtyard this one has a large garden with patio, lawn and an abundance of mature shrubs, bushes and trees. There is also a very useful workshop with light and power. If you enjoy gardening and want a period house without the inherent parking problems of a similar property in the conservation area then you need look no further.

Entrance Porch
6'5" x 5'0" (1.96m x 1.52m)

Living Room
17'10" x 11'3" (5.44m x 3.43m)

20'02 x 10'0" (6.15m x 3.05m)

First Floor

10'0" x 9'8" (3.05m x 2.95m)

10'4" x 8'10" (3.15m x 2.69m)

11'3" x 6'8" (3.43m x 2.03m)





Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Floor Plan
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