This beautiful, Victorian, home is finished to a wonderful standard throughout and occupies a prominent High Street location near a former Church, now serving as a volunteeer-run community centre which includes a cafe and offers a range of activites. The property dates back to 1875 and boasts a sizeable rear garden, coupled with rarely available off street parking.
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There is an entrance hall with stone flooring and providing space for coats and footwear, this leads to the sizeable living/dining room which is finished with solid Oak wood flooring and benefits from a dual aspect. The room itself has a multi-fuel burning stove, contrasted by exposed brickwork and a wooden surround, the dining area currently serves as a study, offering versatility to suit individual purchasers needs. There is a light and airy kitchen/breakfast room with French doors leading to the private rear garden. The kitchen has been fitted with an attractive range of base and wall mounted units; integrated appliances include an oven and ceramic hob with extractor over, the room is finished with attractive tiling and inset spotlights.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms, both of which are comfortable doubles, bedroom one is particularly spacious and finished with stripped pine flooring. There is a large bathroom, fitted with a modern white suite comprising a low-level WC, wash hand basin and P-shaped bath with shower over, complemented by part tiled walls and a heated towel rail. The landing has a loft hatch and provides access to an additional cloakroom WC.
Outside to the rear of the property is a block paved patio, well suited to alfresco dining. The remainder is laid to lawn and bordered with a variety of shrubs and enclosed by fencing and walls, there are two storage sheds located at the foot of the garden. The parking area is accessed via a shared driveway and provides off-road parking for up to two vehicles. A viewing is highly recommended.