Character Cottage in picturesque semi-rural location. Stunning gardens, offered with no forward chain.
This beautiful unique home is nestled in the semi-rural location of MANSWOOD in a row of grade II listed buildings which have been around since the 1700's! These are now split into 10 properties, and all enjoy the stunning location of the surrounding countryside and open fields, along with their own gardens and a community paddock to the rear for all to enjoy. The quietness and serenity is coupled with character features and well proportioned rooms. Offering the flexibility of two / three bedrooms and two bathroom facilities.
A gabled entrance porch leads to a delightful sitting room with a feature large inglenook fireplace, having the traditional exposed brickwork, bread oven, tiled hearth with woodburning stove complimented by feature lighting. This room has a wealth of character with exposed ceiling beams and window overlooking the beautiful colourful garden. All the internal are retained, being wood with latched handles.
From here there is a further room of the same aspect, currently used as a formal dining room / second reception, but thought could be given to being a third bedroom with there also being a downstairs bathroom (access through the kitchen)
The kitchen is galley style with a good range of eye and low level matching units and space for all usual appliances with breakfast bar, and space for freestanding dresser or small breakfast table and chairs. There are two front aspect windows bringing in good amount of natural light. An inner hall leads to the bathroom which comprises bath, vanity unit, wash basin and WC.
From the sitting room, a latched door leads to a short staircase to the first floor landing which has a storage cupboard. Both bedrooms are good sized double rooms. Bedroom 1 has a built-in wardrobe, a window seat, a view over the garden, and an ensuite shower room with fully tiled shower cubicle, vanity unit, wash basin and WC.
Bedroom 2 is a spacious double room with built-in wardrobe, fitted shelves, window seat and superb view over the gardens.
Outside And Location
There is a delightful generous mature garden packed with a wealth of plants providing all year round colour. This space is secluded and of a sunny aspect. Exploring through you will see attractive features including a listed original brick built shed which provides handy storage. Beyond the garden the 10 cottages in the row have direct access to a large community green space extending to about 1 acre.
The property is approached with the row of cottages lines along a neighbouring bank and open fields with countryside walks. The road has parking on an ad-hoc basis in front of the property. A shared path leads behind the brick built front to reveal the rendered rear and entrance porch.
The property is traditionally constructed, with a brick plinth and colour-washed rendered wall to the rear, the property has a ridged wheat reed thatched roof with a tall brick chimney. The ridge and the front face of the roof were re-thatched in 2022. The cottage is connected to mains electricity and water, and has septic tank drainage which we are advised is shared between this property and one other.
These particulars are believed to be correct, but their accuracy is not guaranteed. They do not form part of any contract. Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise, nor that any services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order or have been tested. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase.