- Three Storey Period House
- Inglenook Fireplace with Multi Fuel Burning Stove
- No Onward Chain
- Two Bedrooms with Generous Loft Room
- Small Garden
A beautifully presented three storey Grade II listed period home set within the conservation area. You enter the property via the hallway that leads into the sitting/dining room, the first thing that grabs your attention is the impressive inglenook fireplace with an Aga multi fuel burning stove, the windows allow plenty of light to stream in making the room feel bright and airy, the kitchen is to the rear of the property and is fitted with a range of handmade bespoke units with oak work surfaces and there is also a useful breakfast bar. its a cottage sized kitchen but well laid out and attractive, with a deep set window to the rear. The main bedroom is located on the first floor, the large `L` shaped room benefits again from twin windows to the front and has plenty of storage space, the second bedroom is single, has a sloping ceiling and views over the rear garden. Adjacent to bedroom two is the well appointed bathroom comprising; panelled bath, glazed shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash basin and low level W.C, there is also a `Velux` window providing plenty of natural light. A stairway leads up from the landing to the large bright loft room with many uses currently including a double bed comfortably accommodating guests. The garden is accessed via a side passage from the front, there is a small courtyard area immediately to the rear of the property and a further raised garden area with timber shed slightly further along. Adjacent cottages have access rights via the passageway, so the outside area is not enclosed yet gives very useful easy maintenance outside space. The property is situated close to the Badcox area of town that has a variety of shops including a bakery, butchers and several convenience stores. The town centre is within a very pleasant 10 minute walk. It also falls within the catchment area of the popular Steiner academy.
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