In the shadow of the Church known locally as the Cathedral of the Marsh, in the heart of the square finds this irresistible period cottage. Now transformed into a delightful home. As you can imagine with a property of this age there are always unique features, so let's tell you about some of them.
There are high ceilings, vaulted ceilings and low ceilings (6'4" in the dining room), fireplaces, exposed brickwork, timber posts, a winding staircase, latched doors, tiled floors. There is character in every corner and it's bursting with beams throughout.
So, if you are looking for a "one off" home one that breaks the mould, never to be repeated home to live in, or as a holiday home to enjoy then this could be the one for you.
The kitchen is huge with the sense of space considerably increased by the fantastic vaulted ceiling; any budding chef would love to cook in here. Any forgotten ingredients can easily be bought by just "popping" across the square to the local store.
A cosy dining room waits for you to enjoy the feast, made even more cosy by a heavily beamed ceiling adding to the evenings atmosphere. Afterwards you can kick off your slippers and get comfy on the sofa in the lounge, warming your toes by the fire, or move across to the sitting room, for a quiet moment, possibly with a good book.
The ground floor bathroom is a singularly stunning room with polished marble wall tiling with a magnificent vaulted ceiling, just the place to soak away the aches of the day.
Both bedrooms are more than generous doubles with the master having not only a large en suite shower room but also a dressing room big enough for "her and him" to share.
15'8" x 11'9"
12'10" x 11'5" (max)
13'2" z 12'2" (restrictive head height of 6'4")
12'9" x 11'10"
Stairs from Dining Room to Landing
13'7" x 12'10"
En Suite Shower Room and en suite Dressing Room
14'2" x 13'7"
Courtyard Area suitable for one car parking