A charming 2/3 bedroom period end-of-terrace cottage with a garden bordering the River Char, with the benefit of gas central heating, new wiring, and fitted kitchen. The cottage has undergone extensive tanking in most areas this year and now requires decoration to the newly plastered walls as the final part of the renovation. The property has a slate roof and rendered exterior with upvc double glazing. The work carries a guarantee from Sterling Preservation who will issue the new certificate to the new purchasers.
The cottage is side accessed through a side gate into a paved and gravelled patio. The front door leads directly into a large living room (originally two rooms) with feature fire place and a seperate woodburner at both ends. A small fight of steps leads down to a fitted kitchen with integrated oven and hob and a good range of base and wall storage. On the same level there is a doorway into the breakfast room/dining area . This rear facing room has a gas combi boiler and also plumbing for a washing machine under the stairs recess.
The staircase winds from the kitchen with a turn up to a half landing with opening into a study room or occasional bedroom with a rear window.
A couple of steps further up is a small landing with a deep airing cupboard and skylight. The two bedrooms lead off from this point. Beyond here a matching set of opposite steps lead down into the nathroom. WC, handbasin and bath with shower screen and shower..
There are two good sized double bedrooms to the front with windows overlooking The Street and fields beyond. Built in wardrobes to one room. Loft access.
Outside to one side there is a side garden of grass with shrubs bordered by a stone wall boundary to the roadside. Small timber sheds. A shallow riverbank borders the other side. There is an additional small seating area immediately to the rear of the cottage with a stone wall overlooking the river.
No private parking but there is generally ample free unlimited parking in the side road opposite the cottage on one side adjacent to the field. Read more