Front Entrance Hall
Doors to downstairs rooms. Staircase to first floor and landing, fitted carpet throughout
16' 1'' x 10' 10'' (4.90m x 3.30m)
This characterful dual aspect room has exposed beams and a feature fireplace with tiled hearth and multifuel stove. Fitted carpet;
Kitchen & Dining Room
16' 0'' x 11' 4'' (4.87m x 3.45m)
A lovely spacious room, again dual aspect, with a range of solid wood wall and base units, inbuilt electric oven with extractor over, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Exposed beams and stonework, feature fireplace opening with red brick surround. Gas- fired combination boiler and laminate flooring. Large under-stairs storage cupboard. An old style door leads to the courtyard which the current owner uses as the main entrance
Staircase & Landing
With an additional access landing between both bedrooms over the stairwell. Window to front of property.
15' 11'' x 11' 0'' (4.85m x 3.35m)
A wonderful large and light room with dual aspect windows to the front and rear. Exposed beams, feature fireplace with built in cupboard to one side and fitted carpeted.
11' 1'' x 10' 7'' (3.38m x 3.22m)
Further double-bedroom with exposed beams, polished floorboards and feature fireplace. Dual aspect windows to front and side with views to Buckham Down
Modern white suite comprising bath with shower over, handbasin and WC. Vinyl flooring, window to the rear
The historic use of this small barn is unknown, though it has been used by a veterinary practise more recently when they occupied both this property and the neighbouring property. The current owner undertook a full refurbishment to convert the barn into a self-contained annexe in 2011. Having been well-planned and sympathetically converted, this dwelling offers a versatile space and could be used for a variety of purposes. The building is unique in space being somewhat triangular and is independently metered and rated.
Kitchen/ Dining Room
20' 4'' x 15' 3'' (6.19m x 4.64m)
A stable door leads to an open plan space which has been lovingly designed to create a comfortable and sociable environment for dining. A sink unit with mixer tap and worktops provide a good food preparation area. A multifuel stove and storage radiators heat the property. A bespoke staircase rises to the first floor with coir matting on the stair treads
A modern suite comprising shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. Tiled walls and flooring, window to the rear.
Bedroom in Annexe (Upper Floor)
27' 4'' x 19' 2'' (8.32m x 5.84m)
Currently comprising a seating/sleeping/study area, this large open plan room has been cleverly fitted with a range of cupboards at the widest end providing ample storage. The seating area is slightly raised from the sleeping area and the study area nestles nicely in the other narrower end, Velux windows allow natural light to filter into this relaxing space and a low level window in the study area offers a pleasant view into the courtyard. Fitted carpets throughout
The property benefits from a courtyard giving access to both the main house and annexe. A mainly gravelled area with a traditional cobble stone pathway leading to the neighbouring cottage 8A, which has a right of way through the courtyard
Linking the annexe to the side street, via a pedestrian door, the enclosed passageway offers dry storage space and a useful utility area
Please note, the property has two existing Right of Way's, for the neighbouring properties. Number 8A has a right of way through the roadside double gates belonging to No.8 and on through the courtyard allowing them access to their property. Secondly, No.9 has a right of way from the side street through the passageway (as above) allowing them access to the rear of their property. There is a title restriction in place to state that the two buildings cannot be separated and must remain under one ownership.
The annexe is classed as ancillary accommodation attached to the cottage., Our client has gained planning permission to run a B&B in the cottage and has also done self-catering accommodation in the annexe. She also used the annexe as a craft workshop.
We suggest any potential purchaser explores the possibilities via the usual legal channels