An attractive mid terrace one bedroom cottage built circa 1820 with many exposed beams, well maintained front and rear gardens and a wood burner.
The accommodation is arranged as follows:
Tiled floor, radiator and door to:
Kitchen 7'2 x 7' (2.18m x 2.13m)
single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap, range of fitted cupboards and drawers, "Glow-worm" gas central heating boiler, plumbing for washing machine, gas and electric cooker points, large built-in storage cupboard, tiled floor, window overlooking garden.
Sitting/dining room 17'9 (max) x 10'3 (5.41m (max) x 3.12m)
2 radiators, wood burner, telephone and TV points, under stairs cupboard, stairs rising, central heating thermostat, 2 windows to front, door to garden and door to hall.
Sky light, exposed beams, built-in storage cupboard with light.
Exposed beams, airing cupboard with hot water tank, immersion heater and shelf.
Double bedroom 10'2 x 9'5 (3.09m x 2.87m)
exposed beams, double radiator, 2 windows and access to loft.
Bathroom 7'7 x 4'10 (2.31m x 1.47m)
panelled bath with mixer/shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin with cupboard under, W.C. Suite, part tiled walls, Velux window, chrome ladder back radiator, laminated wood effect floor.
The well maintained front garden is fully enclosed and has dwarf hedging and shrubs.
The rear garden has a patio, outside courtesy light and water tap. A gravel path leads to the entrance door. Wooden shed and brick storage shed.
Space to the rear of the cottage.
council tax Band 'B' - £1,343.69 per annum for 2018/2019
nb none of the appliances, fixtures and fittings and other items mentioned within these particulars have been tested and we cannot guarantee that they work as described.