A charming Thelnetham cottage
This charming cottage is Grade ll listed and is thought to date back to the 18th Century.
The front part of the cottage has a thatched roof, whilst the rear, which was a later addition, is under a tiled roof.
The property has two separate entrance halls with the side door leading into the main hallway, with tiled floor, a useful storage cupboard, doors to all rooms and stairs rising to the first floor.
To the left is a good-sized kitchen with double doors leading out into the garden, with dual aspect windows to the rear terrace garden.
With ample space for a dining table, it is fitted with a range of units, inset butler sink, calor gas oven, integral fridge and dishwasher, space for a washing machine and a lovely added feature of an original bread oven.
Across the hallway the dining room has a dual aspect with lovely views to the front and side gardens and boasts exposed timbers and an inglenook fireplace, with wood burning stove set on a tiled hearth.
The front hallway with original tiled floor and door to the front, leads through to the sitting room which again is dual aspect with exposed timbers and an inglenook fireplace with a large wood burning stove.
Across the hallway is the study, which could also be used as a fourth bedroom, with dual aspect.
To the rear of the hallway is the wet room which is fully tiled and includes a shower, low level wc and counter top basin with useful storage space underneath.
Stairs rise to the first floor, where there is a spacious landing with storage cupboard, there are painted wooden floorboards to most rooms making feel it light and airy.
The master bedroom has views to the front and a built in Jack and Jill wardrobe.
This is shared with the second double bedroom and a single bedroom has views to the side and rear garden.
The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising of panelled bath with shower attachment, wall mounted hand wash basin and concealed cistern wc.
The property is set in gardens extending to approximately 1/3 acre (sts), which is divided by a narrow lane to the front.
There is a small front garden which is attractively enclosed by a picket fence with pathway to the front door.
The garden to the side of the property is mainly laid to lawn with a feature pond and beautifully planted with mature shrubs and flowers and is fully enclosed by hedging with wonderful field views.
There is a brick weave driveway with parking that leads to the single garage.
To the rear is a wonderful terraced area, with brick edge flower beds and mature trees and shrubs.
The garden opposite again is mainly laid to lawn with various fruit trees, shrubs and raised vegetable beds.
The property is listed at a guide price with Musker McIntyre of £390,000.