The property is entered via a solid wooden front door into the hallway with mixed flagstone flooring. A full run of floor to ceiling hand-built wooden storage cupboards line the left wall offering ample and lockable storage. Part of the right-hand wall is timber-framed with bricks. The hallway also gives access to the back garden.
Located at the rear of the house the kitchen benefits from a range of solid wood painted units, a butler sink, wood-burning stove and coloured hand-painted tiles. Large flagstones line the floor and an original C18 screen divides the kitchen with the sitting room. Stairs rise to the first floor.
Positioned at the front of the house with a stunning box-bay window with some original glass panes. Again with slate flooring and an ornate open fireplace to one wall and exposed beams.
First Floor Bedrooms
Sisal carpet lines all bedrooms, stairs and landing.
Two bedrooms and a bathroom are found on the first floor. The second bedroom at the rear of the house benefits from ample built in storage on one wall. Whilst the front bedroom has an ornate fireplace adorning one wall, two sash windows with wooden shutters overlook the pretty street scene below.
The family bathroom comprise bath with hand held mixer shower, tongue and groove panelling, painted wooden floor boards, WC and wash hand basin. Lead window to the rear with a view of the garden.
(The access to the second floor bedroom is from the Landing Bedroom. Via a beautiful old door leading to a staircase to the second floor.)
With exposed beams, and vaulted ceiling, this lovely bedroom benefits from a pretty outlook of the garden and rooftops. A full length series of handmade cupboards covers one wall and a 'Secret room' offering spacious eaves storage can be found in one corner of the room.
An ensuite bathroom comprises full height shower with sliding glass door, WC, wash hand basin and wall-mounted heated towel rail.
The rear garden is accessed via the backdoor from the hallway, with right of access across a courtyard, festooned with rambling wild strawberries, belonging to the neighbour. Iron railings and a small step up mark the boundary to the lovely, enclosed garden belonging to the house. Mainly laid to lawn but with mature shrubs and flowering plants in the borders as well as a useful log store and pretty summer house. There is a lovely view of St Mary's Church Spire from the private and peaceful garden.