Located within close proximity to the village centre is this wonderfully charming end of terrace period property. Originally part of the Old Prince of Wales Public House, the cottage has been totally transformed to embrace contemporary living whilst retaining many character features. The accommodation is set over two floors and comprises entrance hall, sitting room with ornate fireplace and inset wood burner, open plan dining room into the bespoke kitchen, door to the cellar and attractive staircase to the galleried landing. On the first floor the master bedroom is a lovely size and enjoys an en suite. There are two further double bedrooms, although one is currently used as a dressing room, and a luxurious bathroom boasting a free standing roll top bath. Externally the property has a covered passageway leading from front to back, WC, room which the vendor uses as an art studio which has an original bread oven plus also plumbing for appliances, well appointed garden room enjoying full electrics and a view over the well stocked cottage garden. Viewing is essential to appreciate this gorgeous one off property. EPC Rating: D.
Entered via a multi pane door. Decorative stained glass window feature. Radiator. Panelling to three quarter height. Door to sitting room and open to dining room.
4.09m (13'5) x 3.05m (10')
Double glazed window to front elevation with timber shutters. Ornate fireplace with inset log burner. Radiator. Built in storage cupboard. Exposed brick wall. Stripped and painted floorboards. Coving.
Dog leg staircase rising to first floor with door below leading to a cellar. Traditional style radiator. Ornate fireplace with attractive tiled hearth. Exposed brick wall. Spotlights to ceiling. Step down to:
4.75m (15'7) x 2.16m (7'1)
Open plan kitchen/dining room. Two windows to the rear overlooking the rear garden. Fitted with a range of base level shaker style cabinets with solid wood butcher's block work surfaces over. Integrated butler sink with mixer tap over. Built-in oven and five ring gas hob. Built-in dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer. Tiling to splashback areas. Tiled floor. Spotlights to ceiling. Door to passage.
Ideal for additional storage. Light connected.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
A lovely light landing benefitting from dual Velux windows. Built-in storage cupboard. Doors to connecting rooms.
5.51m (18'1) x 3.35m (11'0)
A generous and atmospheric room enjoying a large double glazed window to rear affording lots of natural light. Radiator. Character features include a feature fireplace. Built-in storage cupboard. Stripped and painted floorboards. Door to:
1.65m (5'5) x 0.94m (3'1)
Fitted with a traditional style suite comprising a tiled shower cubicle with wall mounted electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Exposed floorboards.
3.48m (11'5) x 3.05m (10')
Double glazed window to the front. Radiator Exposed brick chimney breast with inset feature fireplace. Stripped and painted floorboards.
3.02m (9'11) x 2.31m (7'7)
Double glazed window to the front. Radiator. Stripped and painted floorboards.
2.90m (9'6) x 1.70m (5'7)
A luxurious retreat boasting a free standing roll top bath with telephone style mixer tap, wash hand basin with open flow mixer tap set into a vanity unit with storage. Radiator. Built-in storage cupboard housing the boiler. Tiled flooring.
Doorway which gives access to a covered passageway leading to the rear garden and additional external accommodation. There is a WC from the passageway. Door to what is currently used as an art/hobby room. In here is the original bread oven which is believed to previously service the pub. Power and light connected. Once into the garden you are greeted with an abundance of shrubs, flower and trees. Shaped lawn and concealed private seating area. Garden shed. Red brick pathway and door to a garden room. The garden room is a lovely addition and lends itself to a summer house, hobby room, gym or used as a music room. French doors opening to the pretty garden. Power and light connected.
2 West Street
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