This charming detached cottage is situated at the head of a wooded valley, in a small village of some 50 inhabitants. It has a beautiful mature wrap around garden of 2,5000 sqm.
The accommodation comprises – entrance through large stable style door or french doors at the rear of the cottage.
A well appointed kitchen with inglenook fireplace large sitting room with another inglenook fireplace separate dinning room, bathroom separate toilet
Access to the 1st floor is by an attractive wrought iron staircase made from Derbyshire steel.
1st Floor – two large double bedrooms one with a large en suite shower room large minstrel style gallery surrounds the whole 1st floor which provides potential for further bedrooms
The cottage is ideal for use as a holiday home or as a permanent relocation, the current owners who purchased the cottage in 1990 are currently using it as a permanent home, but previously used it as a holiday home.
Entrance – The tenure is freehold and entrance to the property is by a generous stable style door in the front centre of the cottage with access leading to the kitchen to the right and the sitting room to the left. The ground floor of the cottage has smooth quarry tiles throughout.
Sitting room (dimensions 3.3 by 4.1 meters)
This room is spacious and comfortable with glazed double french doors to the rear with views of the large garden, fields and valley beyond. Glazed double window to the front garden and the 18th century church beyond. The room benefits from a Douvre double door log burning fire mounted in a large inglenook fireplace. There are t.V.And power points, with exposed beams throughout.
Dining room (dimensions 3.3 by 4.1 meters)
The far end of the room is fitted with a large range of dinning room cabinets with storage cupboards underneath. There is an electric radiator, and a glazed double windows with the same views, to the front garden and church as the sitting room.
Bathroom and separate toilet (Bathroom 3.1 by 1.8 meters, toilet 1.1 by 0.9 meters
Well appointed with full length enamel and steel bath, modern showerfitment, fully tiled surrounds and walls throughout. Generous sink with spacious cupboards under. Electric radiator and good lighting. High level half windows that open to the rear. Modern separate toilet fully enclosed with separate widow next to bathroom.
Kitchen – (dimensions 4 meters by 5.2 meters)
Windows to the front and rear gardens, views the same as the sitting room. The kitchen is tastefully fitted with wall and cupboard units on two sides of the room. There is concealed lighting and a chandelier in the centre of the room along with a spiral staircase to the first floor gallery. There is a powerful wood burning stove (Woodwarm) in the inglenook and additional storage cupboards, tiled work surfaces throughout. There is a large oven and grill, separate gas hob, combination microwave/second oven, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a small dining area.
Bedroom one – (dimensions 5.2 by 4.3 meters)
This bedroom has two double wardrobes, and drawer fitments along the wall which provides ample storage space. The room benefits from a glazed window and two small feature windows. Wooden floors, power points and exposed beams throughout.
Bedroom two – (dimensions 5.2 by 4.3 meters)
The second bedroom benefits from a large en suite toilet/shower room, a glazed window to the rear and a glazed window with views to the east side of the garden.
The floors are again wooden, with plenty power points and an electric radiator.
First floor landings
Two landings with a bedroom at each end of the cottage, connected around the double central chimney, with the minstrel gallery overlooking the downstairs sitting room and kitchen area.
Cellar – (dimensions 5.2 by 4.0 meters)
Wine storage and space for utilities at the east end of the cottage.
Garage/workshop (dimensions 5.2 by 3.9 meters)
Currently used as a workshop and for extra storage garden tractor large freezer etc.
The grounds consist of 2,500 meters of cottage garden with property situated in the centre. Views to the rear are of a rural meadow and wooded valley, the rear is completed with a small vegetable garden, and a mix of fruit trees and many mature species shrubs and borders. There is a shed and greenhouse.
The front garden has a circular drive with ample parking and a secure 5 bar wood gate at the entrance, and views onto the 18th century church and presbytery.
Location – The cottage is situated on the Picardie/Normandie border.
It is ten minutes by car to the two large towns of Poix de Picardie and Aumale both have large supermarkets, independent shops, restaurants and banks.
The port of Calais is one and half hours drive away, the port of Dieppe is one hours drive.
There are good rail and road links to Rouen, Amiens and Paris with easy access to the A16 and A29 motorways.
The nearest airport is Beauvais which is a 45 min drive, and Charles de Gaulle airport is one and half hours drive.
The recently completed tgv link from Picardie Haute (Amiens) is also a 45 minute drive which gives links to the Eurostar service.
The extensive countryside has facilities for walking, cycling and ideal for riding.
Offers in the region of £185,000
Off Street Parking
Price: 230,000 €
Contract: Private Sale
Habitable Area: 160m2
Land Surface Area: 25000m2
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