Price £375,000 Available
  • Period village home
  • Breakfast room or study
  • Utility room & shower room
  • Gas central heating
  • Gardens to either side
  • Living room & separate dining room with flagstone floors
  • Bedroom 3 or day room on the ground floor
  • Two bedrooms and bathroom upstairs
  • Aluminium double glazing set into mullion windows
  • Wealth of period features

Beautifully presented and spacious detached cottage with a wealth of period features in village between Chard & Axminster. Porch with heavy oak door, hallway, living room with flagstone floor as well as wood burning stove, separate dining room with flagstone floor, country style fitted kitchen in cream with vaulted ceiling, breakfast room or study, ground floor bedroom or day room, utility room & shower room. On the first floor are the master bedroom with luxury en-suite bathroom, as well as the second double bedroom. The house has mullioned widows in the old building with up to the minute aluminium double glazing inset, and there is full gas central heating. To either side are the gardens and with patio garden and summer house on one side and low maintenance enclosed garden with shed on the other. There is plenty of street parking at the front of the house. This is a beautiful character home with a wealth of period features - once you view it you will be smitten!

Porch
Heavy oak door with traditional ironwork fittings leading to the hallway

Living room - 12'6" (3.81m) x 12'0" (3.66m)
Mullioned double glazed window to the front. Fireplace with wood burner inset. Flagstone floor. Radiator. Under stairs storage recess.

Dining room - 12'7" (3.84m) x 11'0" (3.35m)
Stone mullion double glazed window to the front. Flagstone floor. Radiator. Brick chimney breast.

Breakfast room or study - 12'4" (3.76m) x 8'0" (2.44m)
Double glazed window to the side. Radiator.

Bedroom 3 or day room - 15'4" (4.67m) x 7'10" (2.39m)
Double glazed mullion windows. Radiator.

Kitchen - 13'6" (4.11m) x 12'6" (3.81m)
Country style fitted kitchen in cream with range of wall and base units. Solid wood worktops with twin steel bowl sink unit inset. Range cooker with hood over which is available by negotiation. Dishwasher by negotiation. 2 ring gas hob inset into the worktop. Tiled floor. Radiator. Doors and windows to either side accessing the gardens.

Utility room - 7'7" (2.31m) x 3'10" (1.17m)
Wash hand basin. Plumbing for washing machine. Tiled floor.

Shower room - 4'7" (1.4m) x 5'8" (1.73m)
Shower in tiled and glazed cubicle & WC. Heated towel rail. Tiled floor.

Landing
Galleried with window to the front & good sized storage cupboard. Radiator.

Bedroom 1 - 12'7" (3.84m) x 11'3" (3.43m)
Double bedroom with mullioned window, wood flooring, & radiator., Vaulted and beamed.

Bedroom 2 - 12'9" (3.89m) x 10'1" (3.07m)
Double bedroom with mullion window to the front, vaulted ceiling, radiator, wood flooring.

Bathroom - 12'5" (3.78m) x 8'4" (2.54m)
Luxury bathroom having shower in tiled and glazed cubicle, twin wash basins set into oak stand with storage under, WC. Tiled floor. Radiator. Wall lights.

Gardens
The house has gardens to either side. To the left is a well stocked garden having steps up to the lawn, planted beds, variety of shrubs, and a summer house. To the right is the enclosed low maintenance garden with shed.

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Floor Plan
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