£399,950 Offers over
Nestled in approximately two acres of garden grounds and with a livery stable for neighbours, this period cottage provides an idyllic setting for those seeking rural life without the isolation. The cottage is believed to date from 1876, originally built as a three-room school and extended over the years to provide a contemporary home in a palette of solid timber, glass and hand dressed stone. Capacious accommodation affords flexible family living on a grand scale with five bedrooms, two being en-suite, and three public rooms. Of particular note is the hand made bespoke kitchen (Murray and Murray) in burr oak with a mix of African black granite and Iroko worktops and a six burner range cooker. A balcony leads from the upper lounge, floating over the deck below and adding to the pleasure of living here. The latest extension grows (almost) organically, blending the house with its surroundings and, merging seamlessly, the landscape with the living space. If all this is not enough, planning permission exists for a double garage with attic store. Alternatively, drawings moving it to a different location in the garden are also available.
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