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Sycamore Cottage

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Property Description

Key features

  • Beautiful Award Winning Gardens with Summer Houses
  • Character Cottage built in 1852
  • uPVC Double Glazing
  • Gas Central Heating and dual aspect Log Burner
  • Easy Access to M60 and M6 Motorways
  • Close to Local Road Networks
  • Internally High Standard
  • External is Stunning - Must Be Viewed!
  • Enough room to park 2/3 cars

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This beautifully presented period cottage offers modern living with a vintage charm; set within picturesque gardens, which have received awards, are part of the National Garden Scheme and have featured in a National TV advert. All of this can show the standard that this amazing space lives up to. The gardens are approximately 170 x 70 feet or 1/5th of an acre, split into various areas/room settings, with several seating areas, walk over woodland banking, natural spring well and ponds. There are also two summerhouses, a greenhouse and a workshop/log store area set within the gardens. The fairytale gardens must be seen to appreciate their true beauty. The gardens are planted well with mature plants, shrubs and trees, the planting is plentiful however easily maintainable at the same time. With the correct pl;anning and building regulations there is scope to extend this property to add additional living space.   

The current vendors have lived in the property in excess of 20 years. When they first viewed the property, they "walked through the door and knew it was our dream cottage". They have made many improvements to the property, whilst maintaining a country cottage with a fusion of modern and traditional living.

To the front of the property there is a large driveway leading to a stable/car port area.

Within the area there are many stables/farms for the horse loving owners out there the current vendors have a horse themselves which they stable close by. 



This stunning fairytale home is entered via an original timber latch door. The vestibule is stone built, with York stone floor and bespoke door through to the living area.



This well proportioned room features an open aspect fireplace, with original cladding to one wall, and an (over) 100 year old church slate floor. The lounge also contains a gas central heating radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, power points, central ceiling point and a door giving access to an enclosed stairwell elevating to the first floor accommodation.



This beautifully presented room has been joined onto the lounge area as a conservatory, but has an insulated roof, giving the impression of one extended reception room. Between the extension and lounge wall is an amazing dual open aspect log burner. The room also has tiled flooring, floor mounted sockets and uPVC double glazed doors giving access to the rear gardens.



This gorgeous cottage kitchen has been recently fitted with a range of modern wall and base units in a white gloss finish. The kitchen comprises of solid wood butchers block work tops, white Belfast  sink with mixer taps, free standing gas range cooker, tall larder cupboard, housing the gas meter and electric meter set in units, one window to the front and two to the rear elevations, vinyl cushioned flooring, period fireplace with decoratively tiled plinth and detailing, new dishwasher, integrated microwave, open fireplace to the dining space and a door giving access to the gardens.



The utility room has plumbing for a washing machine, fitted wall and base units and a newly fitted wall mounted Combi boiler.



This stunning double bedroom has a period style latch cottage door, double gas central heating radiator, uPVC window facing the front elevation, central ceiling point and power points.



This well proportioned double bedroom has laminated flooring, a gas central heating radiator, uPVC window to the front elevation, central ceiling point and power points.



This beautifully decorated double bedroom has wooden flooring, a gas central heating radiator, uPVC window to the side elevation, central ceiling point and power points.



This unique bathroom has a slipper effect free standing roll edge bath with modern chrome fittings in a traditional style, a separate shower cubicle with an overhead rainwater head, a fantastic white round bowl sink on an Indian sheesham style wooden table/plinth, low level W.C, chrome towel rail, uPVC clad ceiling, LED downlights, window to the rear elevation giving the most amazing view of the picturesque gardens, part tiled decor with mosaic detailing and tiled effect laminate flooring.



The outside of this property needs to be seen to be fully appreciated, as words simply cannot describe the incredible beauty that is here. The award winning gardens are part of the National Garden Scheme, and have been used in national advertisements on television.The approximately 170 x 70 ft area has been split into 'rooms', with several seating areas with walk over banking. The fairytale garden is home to two summerhouses, a greenhouse, two ponds and even a natural spring well.



Converted wooden stable to car port

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
02 July 2016


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