This individually built Tudor cottage with many original features dating back to 1535 and additional Victorian build dating 1840, lovingly restored by the current owner must be viewed to appreciate the character and charm this wonderful home has to offer. Step through the door into the hallway with dorset marron flooring, with stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to your downstairs living accommodation. Both the family room and the living room have the versatility to be adapted to suit your individual needs, both having windows to the front aspect allowing natural light to shine through whilst taking in views of the garden. The family room has the added luxury of a multi fuel burner with a feature surround perfect for cosy nights in. In keeping with the age of this property the cottage style kitchen has an array of base units with contrasting work surfaces, sink and drainer with mixer tap, plumbing for a washing machine/dishwasher and a hearth complete with a range style cooker. Adding to the quirkiness of this home the accommodation from the kitchen splits into the cellar and the first floor. The current owners have taken full advantage of the space this home has to offer by converting the cellar into a formal dining room with a window to allow beams of light to shine through. Leading from the kitchen to the first floor you will find bedroom three, a good size double bedroom with views to the front garden and a feature fireplace. Returning to the hallway the stairs lead to a further two bedrooms both benefiting from built in wardrobe space and an impressive family bathroom. The family bathroom comprises of a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle with glass surround and a roll tap bath with hand held shower.
Externally this home has much to offer with two enclosed garden areas mainly laid to lawn with a patio area perfect for al fresco dining during the upcoming summer months and a detached barn complete with lighting and electricity. Read more