Situated within a picturesque village with views and nearby access to Cranford Hall Estate, is this charming Grade II listed cottage with a colourful and generous front lawn, enclosed by a timber picket fence with a parking space inset. Beautifully presented, the cottage boasts a spacious living / dining room with an open fireplace, country style kitchen, two double bedrooms, first floor bathroom and a landscaped walled garden to the rear.
Entry to the property is gained via the entrance hall, with a further door opening into the generous living / dining room. The reception room easily accommodates for both living and dining furniture and also features a working open fireplace with wooden mantle, large cloaks cupboard, double doors to access the rear garden and a door through to the inner hall. The inner hall features a window to the side, understairs storage cupboard and a door into the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a suite to compliment the property style; with a range of cream eye and base level units finished with chrome cup handles, solid wooden work surfaces and space for a cooker, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge and freezer. The kitchen also features a window to the front and side, with a door to access the front of the property, used more frequently for access by the current owners.
To the first floor landing there are two generous double bedrooms and a bathroom, fitted with a white four piece suite comprising shower cubicle, roll top bath with shower attachment, low level w/c and a pedestal wash hand basin.
Externally, the front garden is beautiful and is predominantly laid to lawn with a yellow brick path leading to the property. The flower beds surrounding the lawn are well stocked with colourful plants and flowers with a well established Beech tree to the front of the garden. Accessed via the side of the property, the rear walled garden is equally as quaint as the front and features a risen pond with water feature, pea gravel pathway, patio area, power points, planted shrubs and plants, log store with feature rockery plants to the roof and a brick outbuilding.
Note: The second outbuilding belongs to the neighbouring property who does have ‘barrow’ access into the garden via a gate.