3 bedroom cottage for sale3 North Street
Under Offer £275,000
- CHARMING COTTAGE
- THREE BEDROOMS
- SPACIOUS LIVING ACCOMMODATION
- COSY OPEN FIREPLACES
- ORIGINAL CHARACTER FEATURES
- LARGE GARDEN
- QUIET AND CONVENIENT LOCATION
3 NORTH STREET is an attractive three bedroom period stone terraced cottage, C1840, built of natural stone under a clay tiled roof, with adaptable and deceptively spacious living accommodation arranged on three floors. The cottage retains much of its original character and charm with cosy open fireplace, beams, panelled doors and flagstone floor and all presented in good decorative order throughout. Enjoying a quiet and convenient location in a rank of similar cottages within easy walking distance of the town, with private walled courtyard and beautiful cottage gardens.
APPROACHED: Via pathway to front door.
SITTING ROOM: (13’10 x 10’3) A lovely homely room with cottage window to front, impressive period marble fireplace with relief centre piece, stone and brick hearth and an open grate, matching fireside alcoves with fitted cupboards and open shelving, panel radiator, television aerial point, telephone point, electric fuse box and doorway into:
KITCHEN: (13’6 x 10’1) A light room with cottage window to rear with a deep sill and pleasant aspect onto courtyard garden, attractive range of floor and wall cupboards finished in antique cream with matching drawers and trim, cornice and plinth, woodblock work surfaces over, inset 1½ bowl ceramic sink and drainer with swan neck mixer taps, built-in single electric oven and grill, four ring gas hob set into original range recess with ceramic tiled splashback, further ceramic tiles to other splashback areas, wall hung gas boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water. Recessed spotlights to ceiling, attractive flagstone effect ceramic floor tiles, bannister post and handrail to stairs rising to the first floor with range of understairs cupboards and space for a fridge/freezer, panel radiator, ledge and brace door to:
GARDEN ROOM: (9’11 x 6’4) A bright airy room with window to the side giving a pleasant aspect over the courtyard, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and velux double glazed skylight, panel radiator, spotlights, three telephone points, ledge and brace door to outside and door to:
CLOAKROOM AND UTILITY: With white suite comprising low level WC with a wooden seat and wash hand basin with tiled splashback, tiles to floor, obscure glazed window to side, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING: Bannister post and galleried handrail, butt’n’bead matchboard panelling, cottage window to rear with a deep sill and pleasant aspect and views towards Horseshoe Hill, return stairs to second floor, stripped pine doors to:
BEDROOM 1: (13’10 x 10’3) With cottage window to front, panel radiator, original cast iron fireplace with wooden surround and mantel and decorative grate and hood, matching fireside alcoves.
BATHROOM: A lovely spacious room with cottage window to the rear with a ceramic tiled sill, a white period style suite comprising enamel bath with ceramic tiled lip and tongue and groove panelling to side and splashback, telephone style mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, corner low level WC with a wooden seat, tongue and groove panelling to dado height, panel radiator, recessed spotlights and extractor fan, fully tiled shower cubicle with shower and folding screen.
Stairs with handrail, butt’n’bead matchboard panelling, stripped pine doors to:
BEDROOM 2: (13’9 x 12’4 into dormer) Sloped ceiling with exposed beams and trusses, cottage window to dormer with pleasant roof top aspect, curved chimney breast detail, panel radiator, spotlights, butt’n’bead matchboard panelling to walls.
BEDROOM 3: (11’5 x 7’7) With sloped ceiling and exposed beams and trusses, spotlights, cottage window to dormer with lovely aspect over garden and view to Horseshoe Hill, arched chimney breast detail and panel radiator.
FRONT GARDEN: Is neat and compact and is stocked with a variety of traditional plants and rose climber around the front door.
REAR COURTYARD: A delightful feature with attractive exposed stone wall, paved pathway, dry shingle edging, planted with creeping floor plants, outside tap, latch gate gives access over the rear pathway to further latch gate and rose arch into:
REAR GARDEN: Is of a really good size (approx 90’) landscaped and laid out to a traditional style with shaped lawns being bordered by herbaceous flower beds stocked with an abundance of traditional flowering plants and shrubs, two areas of decking have been positioned to enjoy the sun at different times of the day. There is a small ornamental fish pond planted with water flowers and lilies and flanked with well stocked rockery planted with alpine flowers, gravel pathways lead to small kitchen and herb bed. The garden is enclosed by neat clipped hedging and timber panel fencing with climbing plants including honeysuckle, roses, solanum ornamental vine and a mature grape vine, There is a useful block and timber workshop/shed (13’10 x 7’10) with glazed front and ledge and brace door, power connected and paved floor.
SERVICES: Water, electricity, drainage, telephone and gas all subject to the usual utility regulations.
Council Tax Band: B
EPC rating: E
Property M²: 90
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment through the agents.
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