A period cottage of wonderful warmth and character and surprising space, widening at the rear and opening on to a lovely 80ft / 25m rear garden.
The house stands centrally in the village, perfectly convenient for its facilities, just a few doors from the local post office and shop. It is secluded behind a high hedge and attractive cottage garden and is much larger than is immediately apparent, widening behind its neighbours at the rear.
At the front is a sitting room with stripped floorboards and a period fireplace, this opens through to a central hall leading one side to a beamed study and smart refitted bathroom and the other to a wonderfully cosy dining room with a period stove and exposed timbers. Behind here is a refitted John Lewis kitchen that opens on to the garden and a generous pantry / utility room.
The first floor has a large landing that could easily be partitioned to form a separate third bedroom and off here is a single bedroom and a particularly generous and light master bedroom with built-in cupboards and a fireplace.
The house has been completely restored, enlarged and refitted in recent years and has gas fired central heating to radiators, period style small-paned UPVC double glazed windows with monkey-tail handles and is very well presented throughout.
The rear garden measures about 25m x 7m / 80ft x 23ft and is mature and private. It is mainly lawned with a stone terrace, shrub borders and at the far end two timber sheds. A side pedestrian gate gives access to the front.