Dating back to the 17th Century and situated in a quiet and pretty village lane in the heart of this conservation village lies Christmas Cottage. Grade II listed and built of Horton Stone under a welsh slate tiled roof it has been home to the current owners for the past 19 years. It has been sympathetically refurbished unearthing a host of period features and materials as well as enhancing those already visible. Features such as; Oak ceiling beams, Oak flooring, stone mullion windows, exposed stone, impressive open fireplaces, windows seats as well as wooden latch and brace doors.
Entry is via a stone built entrance porch and through a weighty, wooden front door which leads into the dining room laiden with Oak floor boards, a room of good proportions with brick surround open fireplace. Into the sitting room the focal point being a grand, exposed stone inglenook fireplace, the room is bright and light with double windows opening out onto the rear garden. Stepping down into the kitchen/breakfast room with original red quarry tiled flooring, wooden base units with beech worktop and Belfast sink, windows looking out to the rear. From here is the boot room/utility, again the red quarry tiled flooring continues, space for washing machine with Belfast sink above, door to rear garden. Further on this floor there is a w/c.
Rising to the first floor from the dining room you are greeted by a spacious landing/1st floor sitting room, laid with Oak flooring it enjoys views out onto the lane. An original stone open fireplace acts as the focal point to the room. From the landing you have access to 3 bedrooms, two doubles and one single (currently being used as a study). The Master benefits from built in wardrobes and a white bath and sink unit tucked neatly in the corner behind an Indian screen, but with scope to be developed into an en-suite. Further on this floor there is a family bathroom comprising of a white suite and telephone style shower head.
Oak staircase ascends to two further double bedrooms of similar proportions offering views out across the rear garden onto open countryside.
Externally and to the rear is a well established Cottage' garden. Mainly laid to lawn it offers a high degree of privacy with established flower and shrub borders. Paved seating area ideal for alfresco dining and enjoying the afternoon/evening sun. Set back into the bottom of the garden there is an established timber framed summer house which could be used as a home office or gym. Stone path leads to the rear gate which accesses the off road parking and generous size single garage with up and over door.View payable Stamp Duty for this property