This 3 bedroom stone house has recently been renovated, retains further scope for expansion and is in a village with a shop/bar. location
The front door opens into the open-plan ground floor living space. To the left is an area (33 sq m - currently used as a dining room) with tiled floor, exposed stone walls, exposed beam ceiling and a part-glazed door to the small rear garden area.
To the right of the front door is a space ideal for use as a computer / office area which in turn leads on to the kitchen / sitting area (27 sq m) with the same tiled floor, exposed beam ceiling, exposed stone walls, fireplace, a range of fitted kitchen units and a glazed door to the rear garden area.
To the right of the kitchen a door opens to a short corridor which leads to the utility room / summer kitchen (10 sq m) from where a door opens to the garage. Also off the corridor is a WC.
A staircase rises from the living room (opposite the front door) to the first floor landing, off which are three bedrooms (17 s m, 14 sq m and 12 sq m). The largest bedroom has provision for an ensuite shower room. Also off the landing are a shower room (twin wash-basins and shower) and a separate WC).
A door to the left of the dining area opens to what was originally the bake house (30 sq m), above which is a room (30 sq m). Both of these rooms could be incorporated into the habitable accommodation (subject to any relevant planning permissions).
The house sits on a plot of 850 sq m. The majority of the garden lies to the front and is mainly left to lawn with some trees and shrubs. To the rear is a smaller area of garden with its own gates to the village lane.
This is a pretty house that benefits from recent renovation, including double-glazing and a septic tank installed in 2010. In the heart of a small village, the local shop / bar is just a short walk.