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2 bedroom cottage for sale

Lower Tasburgh

Guide Price £310,000

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"No Onward Chain". This delightful period country cottage has a wealth of original features, including exposed joists, crossbeams and wall studs, along with two inglenook fireplaces, one with a wood burning/multi fuel stove. Attached garage and off road parking for two cars. Early viewing is recommended.


Entrance Lobby

(7' x 7'5"max, 4'3"min)(2.13m x 2.26m max, 1.03m min) Ledged and braced entrance door. East facing diamond leaded double glazed window. Dimplex slimline night stor heater. Built in dresser with display shelves and shoe cupboard beneath. Economy 7 meter. Two inset inset ceiling lights. Telephone socket. Quarry tile floor. Full length curtain to doorway , separating the Entrance Area from the Inner Lobby Area with solid brick winding cottage stairs, with wrought iron hand rail to the first floor. Stripped pine doors to the Lounge and Dining Room.


(13'9" x 11'4" max, 11'min)(4.19m x 3.45m max, 3.35m min) North and south facing diamond leaded double glazed windows overlooking the front and rear gardens, both with black wrought iron curtain poles. Exposed ceiling and wall timbers, including joists, cross beams and oak wall studs and sole plate. Spledid inglenook fireplace, with bressumer, bread oven alcove to the side and raised brick hearth, with black cast iron wood burning/multi fuel stove. Original pamment and brick floor. Stripped pine ledged door with Norfolk latch. Dimplex slimline night stor heater. Telephone socket. Wall candlelights and spotlights to inglenook fireplace. Pine ledged half height door to:


(11'4" x 6'9"max)(3.45m x 2.06m) Two south facing double glazed windows, overlooking the rear garden and south facing double glazed pine Velux roof window. West facins single glazed circular window, above ledged external door. Sloping ceiling to the pitched lean to roof, with exposed rafters and exposed original wall studs. Fitted with handmade cottage style units with ledged doors topped with tongue and groove wood worksurfaces and splashbacks. Inset Butlers sink, set on red brick piers. Filter cooker hood, with integral light, above freestanding cooker (cooker available by negotiation if required). Ornate black wrought iron three armed pendant light fitting. Painted flagstone paved floor.

Dining Room

(14' x 10'9")(4.27m x 3.28m). North facing double glazed diamond leaded window, overlooking the front garden. Numerous exposed ceiling timbers of joists, crossbeams and original wall studs to the south wall. Fine inglenook fireplace with bressumer and raised brick hearth and freestanding black "living flame" log effect electric stove, incorporating fan heater, Three wrought iron candle stands included. Original pamment floor. Stripped pine ledged and braced door, with black Norfolk latch. Dimplex slimline night stor heater. Two spot lights to inglenook fireplace. Stripped pine ledged and braced stable door, to the Bathroom and adjacent obscure glazed leaded inner window, with decorative coloured glass.


(9'max, 8'6"min, x 6'8"max, 6'6"min)(2.74m max, 2.59m min x 2.03m max, 1.98m min). South facing obscure double glazed window. Double glazed pine Velux roof window to sloping ceiling, with exposed rafters and exposed original wall studs. Brick and pamment floor, with step up to Dining Room. White suite of panelled bath, with traditional style chrome mixer tap and shower spray fitting, bidet, low flush WC, handbasin. Tongue and grooved wall apnelling/splashbacks. Shaver light and socket. Built in tall cupboard. Wall mounted white electric ladder towel rail. Two high level wall mounted spot lights.


Small Landing

(4'3" x 3'2")(1.3m x 0.97m) With restricted headroom, due to the pitch of the roof and a sloping ceiling, with exposed rafters, studs and wall plate. Ornate moulded balustrading. Original wide elm floorboards, with "coffin hatch" for removal of furniture etc., due to the narrow winding cottage staircase. Low doors with sloping tops, to both bedrooms.

Bedroom One

(14'4" x 11'8"max, 11'3"min)(4.37m x 3.56m max, 3.43m min). East facing double glazed double opening window, for escape purposes. Vaulted ceiling to the ridge, with exposed rafters, purlins and cross ebam. Original wide elm floorboards. Built in wardrobe, over the inglenook, with hanging rail. Dimplex slimline night stor heater. Television points and power points.

Bedroom Two

(14'5" x 11'7"max, 11'1" min)(4.39m x 3.53m max, 3.38m min). West facing double glazed window to the side. Vaulted ceiling to the ridge, with exposed rafters, purlins and cross beam and exposed wall studs and wall plate. Original wide elm floorboards. Built in deep wardrobe cupboard, over the inglenook, with hanging rail. Low ledged door with sloping top. Slimline night stor heater. Power points and television point.


Attached Garage

(17'7"max to doors, 17'4"min x 10'3"max, 8'9"min)(5.36m max, 5.28m min x 3.12m max, 2.67m min). A recent addition, of brick, block and tile construction, with stained timber and ledged and braced double doors and personal side door, and recessed rear porch. Power points and strip lights. Roof storage space. Within the garage is a Heatrae Sadia Megaflo insulated hot water cylinder, with two immersions on an Economy 7 programmer, with daytime boost, providing hot water.

Utility Room

(7'10" x 6'1")(2.39m x 1.85m). To the rear of the garage and a part of the recent addition and of similar construction and accessed by a ledged timber split stable door, with dog flap. South facing double glazed window. Smooth plastered ceiling, with access to roof space above. Roll edged laminate worksurface, with single drainer inset sink. Base cupboards and corner cupboard and plumbing and space beneath for washing machine and deep freeze. Power points. Strip light. Sunhouse slimline night stor heater. Wall mounted Xpelair extractor fan. Terracotta coloured quarry tile floor. Pine ledged and braced door to:


(6'1" x 2'6")(1.85m x 0.76m). South facing obscure double glazed window. Smooth plastered ceiling. White suite of close coupled WC, pedestal handbasin. Wall mounted extractor fan. Terracotta coloured quarry tile floor.


The gardens to the front and rear are truly delightful and in the cottage style. A shingle driveway extends to the Garage and provides space for tandem parking for two cars. Just inside the front fence is a mature laburnum tree, whilst either side of the front path are profusely stocked beds. The rear garden is south facing and is a true cottage garden. There is a stone effect paved patio which leads to the Utility Room and a personal door to the Garage. Beyond are profusely stocked beds and borders. Towards the rear are two apple trees with a handgate opening to a grassed area, beyond which is a Garden Shed (7' x 5')(2.13m x 1.52m). A further handgate leads to a vegetable and soft fruit garden. The frontage is about 43'6"(13.26m) and the front garden is about 24'6"(7.47m)deep. The rear garden is about 91'6"(27.89m) deep and the wdith of the garden at the rear is about 36'(10.97m). The total plot depth is about 138'6"(42.21m).

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 October 2016


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