Traditional terraced cottage renovated and restored to a high standard retaining the original character with open ceiling beams, rustic fireplaces and ledge and brace doors throughout; offering a great opportunity for any buyers looking for a property with character in this sought after village! The property comprises: Hallway, lounge diner with solid fuel stove, fitted kitchen, separate utility room and rear entrance lobby, to the first floor are three good size bedrooms and a shower room, to the rear is an enclosed and private West facing garden with a large Dutch Barn style offering useful storage space. With gas central heating in place (boiler replaced Feb 2020), uPVC windows to the rear and traditional double glazed timber frame windows to the front of the property for added kerb appeal. This lovely property will cater for a range of buyers and is available to view now by appointment only, contact our office to arrange an appointment.
A hardwood front entrance door opens into the hallway with tiled flooring, radiator, stairs leading to the first floor landing with spindles and storage below, built-in utility cupboard housing the meters and with space for shoes/coats.
Open plan living dining space running across the front of the property with a rustic brick fireplace and traditional solid fuel stove, exposed beams to the ceiling, wooden flooring, dado height wall panelling, radiator, two double glazed wooden windows to the front aspect and open plan to the kitchen.
Oak fitted kitchen with contrasting black work surfaces and dresser unit, ceramic 1.25 bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap and a uPVC window above facing the rear garden, free standing range style gas cooker, plumbing for a slimline dishwasher, tiled flooring and exposed beams to the ceiling with feature pendant lights between.
Rear entrance lobby with a timber stable door opening to the rear garden, tiled flooring and with access leading through to the lounge, utility and kitchen.
Useful utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and space for free standing white goods, tiled flooring, traditional Sheila Maid and a rear facing obscured glazed uPVC window.
Stairs lead onto the landing with laminate flooring and a shelved reading nook (also offers space for a desk for home working) with rear facing uPVC window.
Double bedroom with laminate flooring, radiator and a front facing double glazed window.
Double bedroom with laminate flooring, radiator, front facing double glazed window, loft access and fitted cupboard housing the gas fired combi-boiler (replaced in Feb 2020).
UPVC window to the rear aspect, radiator and laminate flooring.
Modern white three piece bathroom suite comprising large shower cubicle with mains fed shower unit, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled splash backs, tiled flooring and an obscured glazed uPVC window.
To the rear of the property is an enclosed West facing garden, fenced to all sides and with a pedestrian gate opening to a private gravelled rear access way servicing this row of cottages that also seats some original brick coal sheds, one of which belongs to this property. The garden has been updated by the current owners and is mostly paved and gravelled for ease of maintenance, with a range of raised wooden planters, greenhouse, outside tap, brick storage shed and a Dutch Barn timber storage shed (16" x 8") with power supplied.
Council tax band B
From our office head north out of the town towards Roos, stay on the main road an this property is on the left hand side just after the turning with South End and before reaching the village butchers.
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Referral Fee Disclosure Info
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In order for you as a consumer to make an informed decision on the full cost of our services and those of ancillary services we may recommend to you, we have compiled a list of services from which Goodwin Fox may receive a commission payment, fee or other reward or benefit as a result of recommending their services to you.
As a rule, Goodwin Fox operate on a no referral fee basis, we recommend to reliable services and they recommend back to us.
However some of the services listed like to send wine and or chocolates at Christmas, and we so have disclosed these as gratuities.
Mortgage and Financial Services:
We recommend to Neil Lamplough and Stuart Summerscales.
We do not receive a fee from them, but you should know that we expect to receive gratuities worth approximately £40.00 per annum.
Conveyancing and Legals
We recommend to Sandersons Solicitors and Williamsons Solicitors.
We do not receive a fee from them, but you should know that we may expect to receive gratuities worth approximately £30.00 per solicitor per annum.
Surveys and Valuations
We recommend to Graham Gibbs Associates for property condition surveys. Should you choose to use their services, you should know that we would expect to receive gratuities worth approximately £50.00 per annum.
Recommended Local Tradesman
Occasionally vendors, and more often buyers new to the area, will ask us for a list of recommended local tradesmen. We do not have any specific referral arrangements with them, nor do we receive a monetary fee. However we may receive gratuities worth approximately £40.00 per contractor per annum.