£155,000 Offers Around
Rare opportunity to acquire detached two storey stone built cottage with substantial attached outbuilding (former Smithy) offering ideal development potential, small cellars and rear garden ground. Accommodation comprises porch, hall, lounge with study/3rd bedroom off, kitchen on open plan with the lounge, sun room, double bedroom with utility off, upstairs, double bedroom and large shower room. There is a small front courtyard, giving off street parking and small chipped garden area. To the rear of the cottage there is further cellarage and outside WC, open paved level area with steps to raised, mainly chipped garden. The cottage benefits from double glazing, central heating (Eco Warrior air to water heat pump serving panel radiators); solar panels on the attached outbuilding. The property is located a few minutes from the Harbour, Quayhead, Town Centre and West Bay Beach. The main property would benefit from a little upgrading and with the substantial attached outbuilding, would suit a variety of purchasers, particularly a small business and anyone wishing to combine a home with workshop, craft work or small cottage development.
EER Rating Band G
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