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REQUIRING RENOVATION, LOFT CONVERSION AND EXTENSION (subject to planning permission)! STUNNING GRADE II LISTED PERIOD, NATURAL STONE COTTAGE! HUGE 90' FRONT GARDEN AND 64' REAR GARDEN! OODLES OF ORIGINAL CHARACTER INCLUDING FLAGSTONE FLOORS, FIREPLACES, LEADED-LIGHT LATTICE HAM STONE MULLION WINDOWS! THREE BEDROOMS AND TWO BATHROOMS! CLOSE TO MAINLINE RAILWAY STATION TO LONDON WATERLOO! NO FURTHER CHAIN! This simply lovely period stone cottage has all the character features and more. From original blue lias flagstone floors to open fireplaces, Ham stone mullion and lattice windows with window seats. The cottage benefits from LPG fired radiator central heating. The generous accommodation comprises of lounge, kitchen breakfast room, rear lobby and downstairs WC/shower room. On the first floor there is a landing area, three bedrooms and family bathroom. There is scope to extend at the rear and into the loft void, subject to the necessary planning permission and listed building consent. This property does require a little TLC but would be a superb project for the right buyer. It is ideal for a first time buyer couple, holiday let or bolt hole in the countryside. NO FUTHER CHAIN - INTERNAL INSPECTION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Pathway leads to hardwood stable front door, leading to
LIVING ROOM ï¿½ 16'7 x 13'
A generous main reception room enjoying a wealth of original character, including lattice Ham stone mullion period window to the front enjoying a westerly aspect and the afternoon sun. Oak window seat. Original blue lias flagstone floor. Oak skirting boards. Brick fireplace recess with open fire. Timber surrounds. Radiator. Front window enjoys lovely outlooks across front garden to fields beyond.
Cottage latch door leads from living room to
KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM ï¿½ 16'6 x 10'10
A well proportioned kitchen breakfast room enjoying oodles of original character. Solid pine cottage style kitchen units with granite tiled worktop. Ceramic Belfast sink with mixer tap over. Fitted cupboards under, space and plumbing for dishwasher. Wall mounted shelf units. Large fireplace recess with shelf over houses liquid propane gas fired Rangemaster hob and electric oven. Cottage style window to the rear enjoying an east facing aspect and the morning sun with a pleasant outlook across the rear garden. Wall mounted LPG fired central heating boiler. Flagstone tiled floor. Cast iron period radiator. Door leads to under stairs cupboard space. Stairwell rises to the first floor from the kitchen breakfast room.
Timber door leads from the kitchen breakfast room to the rear lobby. Latch door leads to rear garden. Second latched door leads to downstairs
UTILITY /SHOWER ROOM
Ceramic Belfast sink on wash stand. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Low level WC. Radiator. Glazed shower cubicle with wall mounted mains shower over. Window to the rear.
Staircase rises from the kitchen diner to first floor landing. Stairwell window to the rear. Solid oak flooring. Original cottage latch doors lead off the first floor landing to
BEDROOM 1 ï¿½ 10'9 x 9'
Original period lattice and Ham stone mullion window to the front enjoying lovely aspects across the front garden to fields beyond. Quarry tiled window sill. Feature fire surround. Exposed timber floorboards. Radiator.
BEDROOM 2 ï¿½ 10'11 x 8'
Cottage style window to the rear enjoying an easterly aspect and the morning sun, overlooking the rear garden, quarry tiled sill. Exposed floor boards. Period fire surround. Radiator.
BEDROOM 3 ï¿½ 10'8 x 6'7
Period lattice Ham stone window enjoying pleasant outlooks across the front garden to fields beyond, quarry tiled sill. Exposed floorboards. Radiator. Loft hatch leads to loft storage void providing further scope, subject to necessary planning permission.
FIRST FLOOR BATHROOM
A fitted white suite comprising of low level WC, pedestal washbasin. Timber panelled bath. Tiled surrounds. Wall mounted heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Internal window to stairwell. Illuminated mirror and shaver point.
At the front of the property, there is an extraordinarily large garden measuring approximately 90' which is laid mainly to lawn. This picturesque garden provides a superb depth from the road and enjoys Ham stone borders, a variety of flower beds and a variety of mature bushes and shrubs. Gravel pathway leads to the front door.
At the rear of the property, the rear garden measures approximately 64' in length x 23' in width. It is laid mainly to lawn. It enjoys an east facing aspect and the morning sun. It is enclosed by timber panelled fencing and mature hedging. There are a number of Ham stone bordered flower beds and a brick patio.
Please note: There is ample scope for extension and loft conversion, subject to necessary planning permission and listed building consent. At the rear of the property there is a concrete courtyard which gives ample space for storage and houses LPG bottles and wheelie bins.
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