A wonderful opportunity to purchase a Grade II listed, detached, stone and thatched cottage circa 1750, situated in the desirable village of Roade with many local amenities. The property is thought to be one of the oldest properties in the village and has many character features to include exposed timbers, beams and stonework, inglenook fireplace and a stone well (now capped) which would have served many homes in the village. Modern day benefits include gas central heating to radiators, stylish fitted kitchen and bathroom with roll top bath and a private driveway to a detached garage/outbuilding.
Accommodation offers lounge with living space extending to either side of the inglenook, kitchen with stable door to garden, garden room, second reception room or third/occasional bedroom in addition to two first floor bedrooms and bathroom.
Outside is a tended hedge around the front garden, private driveway leading to a detached timber garage/outbuilding and a gate to an enclosed rear garden with different seating areas. Viewing is highly recommended.
EPC Rating: D. Council Tax Band: E
Entered via solid plank timber door into:
4.06m (13'4) x 4.39m (14'5) Min
Living space extends either side of the feature Inglenook fireplace with Bressaumer beam, exposed stone work, seated alcoves and multi fuel stove. Latched door to staircase rising to first floor landing. Latched door to dining room/bedroom three. Secondary glazed multi paned window to front elevation. Multi paned window to rear elevation with seat under. Two radiators with covers. Multi paned casement door to garden room. Exposed beams and timbers.
4.72m (15'6) x 2.74m (9'0)
Multi paned windows to front and side elevations. Radiator. Wall and base units. Solid wood work surfaces. Butler style sink with mixer taps and splash back tiling. Tiled floor. Space for Range cooker and white goods. Cupboard housing gas fired boiler (fitted March 2023). Stable door to rear garden.
DINING ROOM/BEDROOM THREE
3.96m (13'0) x 3.07m (10'1)
Multi paned recessed cottage window to front elevation with display sill. Multi paned casement window to side elevation with seat under. Feature fireplace and stonework. Wood flooring. Wall light points. Radiator.
2.18m (7'2) x 3.61m (11'10)
Timber and glazed lean to construction on stone base. Multi paned door to garden. Tiled floor. Polycarbonate roof.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Door to bedroom two. Opening to:
4.65m (15'3) x 5.16m (16'11) Average
Secondary glazed casement window to rear elevation with display sill. Access to loft space. Exposed beams and timbers. Radiator. Exposed wide floorboards.
4.47m (14'8) x 3.33m (10'11)
Secondary glazed multi paned recessed window to front elevation with display sill. Radiator. Exposed floorboards, beams and timbers.
4.62m (15'2) x 2.67m (8'9) Max
Secondary glazed obscure casement window to front elevation with tiled sill. Radiator. Roll top bath on ball and claw feet and telephone mixer tap over. Heritage suite of high flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Wood panelling to dado height. Ceiling downlighters. Exposed timbers.
Cottage garden, laid to lawn and hedged boundary. Footpath to front door. Driveway to side of cottage providing off road parking. Side gate to main garden.
5.79m (19'0) x 3.81m (12'6) Max
Timber outbuilding. Power and light connected.
Paved and gravelled seating area. Stone steps through retaining wall to lawned garden with planted borders. Further patio hardstanding for summerhouse/shed etc. Two silver birch trees. Feature raised stone well (new capped) with lighting and thatched canopy.
Due to the irregular room shapes and wall thicknesses the room sizes should be deemed as approximate.
At the time of print, these particulars are awaiting approval from the Vendor(s).
Telephone: 01604 979433