Price £325,000 Available
  • Charming two bedroom cottage
  • Parking and garage
  • Noak Bridge Village location
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

This charming 2 bedroom semi-detached cottage style house is built in keeping with the Conservation area it is situated in. The house boasts many character features including wood burner, beamed ceilings and courtesy door to the Garage.NO ONWARD CHAIN

The front Porch and a rear lean-to style Conservatory were later additions with the balance of the accommodation comprising Hall, Lounge with wood burner and fireplace, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, 2 bedrooms and a surprisingly good size Bathroom. To the side an independent drive leads to the Garage and the garden is 40ft in length.

ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES
Part glazed with lead light finish door with accompanying lead light side light leading through to:

PORCH
A brick porch with a pitch tiled roof and two flank windows providing additional light.
Main door with twin etched glass panels leading through to:

ENTRANCE HALL
3.12m(10'3'') x 1.22m(4'0'')
Along with a small lead light double glazed window the hall ceiling is heavily beamed an attractive character feature which is continued throughout the ground floor accommodation. Radiator,


LOUNGE
4.72m(15'6'') x 3.84m(12'7'') >3.28m(10'9")

A dual aspect room with front and rear facing lead light double glazed windows. The 2 main features of the room are the heavily beamed ceiling and the wood burner... In a corner a louvred door opens to reveal a small airing cupboard. Radiator under the front window.


KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
3.48m(11'5'') x 2.69m(8'10'')

Like all the rooms, this also has a latched, ledge and brace door. A
small range of dark 'Oak' effect units have been fitted along one wall incorporating roll edge worktops and spaces for a freestanding fridge/freezer, gas cooker and washing machine. This allows plenty of room for a table and chairs and there is additional storage courtesy of an understairs cupboard. Like the lounge and hall this also has a heavily beamed ceiling with there a radiator to one wall and a lead light double glazed door with adjacent windows leading through to:


LEAN-TO CONSERVATORY
2.87m(9'5'') x 2.34m(7'8'')

A simple timber lean to style conservatory with a lockable door opening out to the rear patio.


LANDING

Access to loft.


BEDROOM ONE
4.75m(15'7'') x 3.28m(10'9'')

Dual aspect room with a front facing lead light double glazed window and rear facing skylight window. This 'front-to-back' room has fitted wardrobes along one wall, light beam work to the ceiling and a radiator under the front dormer window.


BEDROOM TWO
2.34m(7'8'') x 2.24m(7'4'')

Rear facing skylight window with radiator under. Built in cupboard going over the stairs.


BATHROOM
3.25m(10'8'') x 1.52m(5'0'')

A good size bathroom with a rear facing skylight window. The original, but clean, whisper grey suite comprisring of pedestal hand wash basin, w.c, and corner bath with mixer taps and shower attachment. Tiled walls, radiator.


EXTERIOR

Tightly around the front and side walls of the main house is a flower/shrub bed which is well stocked with small evergreens. An independent drive to the side leads up to a 5 bar gate which opens to reveal a further 23ft of parking and then the detached garage. The rear garden itself measures approximately 40ft in length with the width of the garden including the drive 32ft. The garden is particularly unoverlooked from the rear and has been fairly well maintained.


GARAGE
5.28m(17'4'') x 2.74m(9'0'')

A brick garage with an up and over door and pitched tiled roof along with a stable style courtesy door and adjacent lead light window. Power and lighting is connected and the pitched roof allows for eaves storage.

EPC rating D
Council Tax band C

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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