£270,000 Fixed price
*** NEW FIXED PRICE £270,000, £15,000 BELOW HOME REPORT VALUATION ***
Offering a perfect blend of desirable traditional features and sumptuous contemporary décor, this quaint yet stylish three-bedroom three-public room semi-detached house enjoys a tranquil village setting, just a stone’s throw from local amenities and schooling.
An original wooden front door opens into a tiled hallway with a handy storage cupboard. On the left, the well-proportioned living room oozes elegance. A handsome open fireplace provides the focal point, whilst panelled walls, original oak flooring and classic recessed shelving are also eye-catching. A good sized family/dining room offers an alternative reception room, complete with an attractive central fireplace and a traditional Edinburgh Press. Accessed via an inner hall, the modern cottage-style kitchen with dining area is the heart of this home. Generous and sunny, it features an excellent range of contemporary, glossy cabinets and a high-specification Range cooker with chimney hood, paired with an original stone feature wall and open fireplace, plus plenty room for freestanding appliances. With enough space for a large table and eight chairs, it is the ideal space to dine and entertain in! A part-glazed and heated porch/sun room provides additional living space and rear garden access. The practical cloakroom/utility/WC, complete with an original Belfast sink and plumbing for a washing machine, provides a hidden space for laundry and storage.
Upstairs, the bright landing offers a walk-in cupboard, access to the partially-floored and insulated attic, and three perfectly presented and good-sized double bedrooms with enviable views to the sea and countryside. Finally, a particularly spacious family bathroom comprises a free-standing roll top bath, corner shower, pedestal basin and WC.
Externally, this charming property boasts enchanting and fully-enclosed side and rear gardens, benefitting southerly sunshine and a large patio, ideal for al fresco dining. The garden also houses a shed and versatile stone-built summerhouse/workshop with light and power.
Unrestricted on-street parking is available on The Square. Oil-fired heating and double glazed sash-and-case-style windows ensure a warm and economically-run home.
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