Property SummaryKEY FEATURES: -
• Fabulous Renovation/Improvement Opportunity
• Thatched, Rough Cast Render Cottage
• Attached Chapel with Flemish Bond Red Brick and Slate Roof
• Currently around 1,500 sq. ft. of Accommodation
• Large Mature Plot approx. 0.25 Acre
• Variety of Outbuildings
• Views over Open Countryside
• Grade II Listed
Side Entrance Lobby
Radiator, doors to dining room and opening to kitchen.
Panelled bath, pedestal washbasin and WC. Extensive tiling, radiator, window to rear.
11' 5" x 8' 2" (3.47m x 2.48m)
Fitted with counter tops to three sides and a range of antique pine cabinets, inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer, tiled splash backs, fitted oven and hob, oil-fired heating boiler, window to side.
20' 4" x 11' 2" (6.20m x 3.40m)
Brick fireplace and hearth with oak bressumer, ceiling cross beams, two radiators and two windows to front.
11' 10" x 11' 2" (3.60m x 3.40m)
Brick fireplace and hearth, ceiling cross beam, stairs to first floor.
Door to front porch with brick floor.
Quarry tiled floor and steps up to School Room.
First Floor Landing
Study Area. Two fitted wardrobes.
13' 1" x 11' 2" (4.00m x 3.40m)
Range of hand-built fitted cupboards, radiator, window to front......
11' 2" x 10' 6" (3.40m x 3.20m)
Radiator, window to rear.
24' 7" x 13' 1" (7.50m x 4.00m)
Panelled walls and vaulted ceiling, fireplace with quarry tiled hearth and timber surround, two storage radiators, two windows to side and door to front.
6' 11" x 4' 3" (2.10m x 1.30m)
Light and power, plumbing for washing machine. Door to outside.
Tiled shower enclosure with glazed screen, WC and pedestal washbasin with tiled splashback, shaver point/light. Water heater, window to side.
The property is centrally positioned on a fine mature plot of approximately 0.25 acres with outstanding views over open countryside. There are lawned areas to both sides and high hedgerow and fencing to boundaries, a variety of trees and shrubs, entrance gates and block paved driveway/car standing area leading to the DOUBLE GARAGE with attached store sheds.
There is a variety of outbuildings including brick and double pantile stable and store, timber and corrugated open barn and greenhouse.
We understand that he property is on mains drainage.
The Cottage and the School are Grade II Listed.
Marketed by Town-and-Country
Cottage Opposite Church Road
Described by Historic England as: - Cottage. late C17. Timber framed, SW gable end refaced in brick in C19, the whole rough cast and colour washed. Thatched roof. 3-bay plan, one storey and attics. NW elevation: C20 door to L, C20 casements, 2 to ground floor one to dormer. Red brick double ridge stack. SW gable end: one 2-light horizontal sash to each floor, plank door to R. C20 flat-roofed extension to NE gable end.
Described by Historic England as: - Dated 1840. Flemish bond orange colour bricks. Welsh slate roof with gabled ends; the front gable parapeted, the rear gable with brick stack with integral diagonally-set brick shaft. Chamfered brick plinth. Plan: Rectangular single room plan with entrance at the front end and fireplace at the back and outshut behind that. Exterior: 1-storey. Gabled front with brick coping to parapet; flanked by diagonal buttresses with brick weathering. At centre the doorway projects in brick architrave with simple cornice and with plank door and large 4-pane overlight. Above doorway in gable is chamfered rectangular panel with tablet inscribed 'National School MDCCCXL'. On top of gable a little brick gabled turret-like finial. At sides 2 two-light casements with brick hoodmoulds. Small single storey rear outshut has similar hoodmould over small 1-light window. Interior: Matchboard walls and ceiled roof to school room with fireplace on end wall boarded over.
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