A delightful Grade II Listed 18th Century thatched cob cottage, forming part of the picturesque gentle slope of 'The Street', built by the 1st Earl of Dorchester in the later 1700's with rendered cob elevations under a pitched thatched roof, the cottage enjoys a wealth of character and charm throughout.
Accessed either from the door into the kitchen on the side of the residence or via a shared entrance vestibule to the front, which opens into the hallway. The dual aspect sitting room has a charming window seat looking out to the front offering a delightful view across The Street there is an inglenook fireplace with stove, a particular feature of the room with exposed brickwork and an attractive Bessemer beam over and a range of fitted cupboards and shelving and a door leads to both the hallway and dining room. The dining room has a side aspect window and a useful store cupboard under the stairs with a door to a rear hall which in turn provides access to the remaining ground floor rooms.
The spacious triple aspect kitchen has a range of attractive wall and base units with beech worktop. There is an inset sink and drainer along with a Neff oven, grill and induction hob. There is space for a slim line dishwasher and American style fridge/freezer. There is a bedroom on the ground floor adjacent to the bathroom with a high level rear aspect window and sizable wardrobe space. Completing the accommodation downstairs is the family bathroom. With stairs leading to the first floor, there is a dual aspect double bedroom at the front of the house and a single bedroom at the rear of the house looking out towards the garden.
The gardens of the property are terraced into the side of the valley rising away from the property to the rear. There is a sunny terraced patio, a timber shed leading to a lawned garden, interspersed with a range of well-established trees and shrubs. The garden further rises to a vegetable plot at the end of the garden.
To the front of the property the garden is lawned with a driveway providing off road parking.
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