This week's Property of the Week is a cottage with four bedrooms, flagstone floors and lots of character!
This Grade II listed cottage dates back to 1688 and is set in the heart of the village. It is rumoured to be one of the oldest cottages in the street, stone built with a Collyweston roof and full of charater features.
Downstairs is an entrance hallway with flagstone floor, dining room with inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. There is a refitted kitchen, downstairs shower room, sun room with under floor heating, living room with exposed beams, wood burner and wood floor, and a study with exposed beams.
The upstairs landing leads to four double bedrooms and en-suite bathroom off bedroom two. The property benefits from gas central heating with replacement boiler installed in 2017. The owners have restored and retained many original features which were hidden when they bought the cottage.
Outside there is potential to have off road parking for one vehicle, however this is currently a front garden which is gravelled with plants, there is a rear access gate to a fully enclosed rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn, large patio area, mature borders with trees and shrubs.
This property is on the market with Bee Residential, with an asking price of £415,000. Find out more here