£295,000 Offers over
The subjects comprise of a charming and well-appointed detached cottage that enjoys an enviable and much sort after rural location, with superb views, on the outskirts of the village of Crossford. Some 10 years ago the original cottage, originally built around 1890, has been stripped back to the shell and transformed and extended to form a stunning family home ideally suited to contemporary living. The tastefully presented accommodation is stylish and offers a flexibility to suit most family configurations in the executive market. The property benefits from a large garden that provides a peaceful, safe environment in which to allay the stresses of modern life. The combination of gas central heating and double glazing ensure that running costs are kept to a minimum. The external appearance of the property is most attractive, whilst the internal fixtures and fittings are of a high standard. This well designed home incorporates many individual features and has modern dcor and quality flooring throughout. A superb feature this property has to offer is the detached double garage with office and WC off, this room offers the flexibility for several uses including a guest room or teenagers den. The present proprietors have, in the past, had planning permission for the addition of a conservatory to the rear, however, prospective purchasers would have to contact the council themselves regarding any further applications. Few properties of this type and specification are available in todays market and viewing is essential to enable full appreciation of the many attributes on offer. EPC - C
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