£90,000 Offers over
Presently under going refurbishment, this pretty, extended, two bedroom, early 20th century cottage is situated on a sunny, easily maintained plot with off street parking, creating a versatile and characterful home.
A delightful, dual aspect living room with patio doors and the same high ceiling heights found throughout the ground floor foot print of the original cottage; a smart, contemporary, dual aspect, kitchen replete with an integrated hob and double oven; an impressive ground floor master bedroom with free standing quadruple wardrobes; this space would equally make an atmospheric dining room, further under scoring the flexibility of this great house; a spacious, first floor, second double bedroom; a sleek, monochrome, bathroom with bath and separate shower; gas central heating, double glazing, bespoke blinds, light fittings, fresh neutral decor, new carpets and flooring throughout; a shared paviour driveway with a gravel parking area; a south facing, rear patio.
Reception hallway 1.4m x 1.1m
Living room 4.6m x 3.9m
Kitchen 4.8m x 1.9m
Master bedroom/dining room 5m x 3.6m
Bedroom two 3.8m x 2.4m
Bathroom 2.7m x 2.3m
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