Steps lead up from Chapel Lane to this character cottage. It has a patio area to the front overlooking greenspace and a UPVC glazed door allows internal access into reception room. This cosy lounge is exactly what you would expect from this charming cottage. At the heart of this room and the main feature is the log burning stove which creates a warmth and really brings this space to life. There is a picture window to front elevation with an open green view. A timber door flows through from the lounge into the Kitchen diner. The kitchen diner is the kitchen diner is fitted with a range of wall mounted and base units with complementary roll edge work surfaces over and tiled surrounds. Features include a replaced built in 'Beko' oven (2020) with 'Dedietrich'' four ring hob, inset sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine, concealed wall mounted upgraded central heating boiler (2017) and space for fridge freezer, space for table and chairs, there is a useful cupboard, staircase rising to the first-floor landing, panel radiator, high skirting boards, rear elevation window and door leading to the landscaped garden.
The first-floor landing allows access to upstairs accommodation and has carpeted flooring. One bedroom is located to the front of the property, it features carpeted flooring, fitted storage and picture window to front aspect with open view. The bathroom is fitted with a modern three-piece suite comprising a bath with rainfall shower unit over and screen, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level W.C, with complementary tiled surrounds and spotlighting. At the rear is a further room which is currently in use as a walk-in wardrobe but could make a great home office or single bedroom. A staircase rises to the loft room. This quirky space was converted in 2015 and has two Velux windows allowing plenty of natural light as well as ceiling spotlights and carpeted flooring.
Externally this home offers a decent sized garden which has been landscaped to create a cottage style yard with block paving, reclaimed brick retaining wall and gravelled borders. A picket fence encloses the left side, and a solid timber enclosed the other. At the rear of the garden is a timber gate which allows access to the shared pathway which leads to the formal off-road parking and garage which belong to this home. The garden enjoys plenty of sunshine from morning until the afternoon making it an excellent place to relax and unwind at the end of the day.