GUIDE PRICE £600,000-£625,000
A three bedroom cottage in a popular part of Patcham. Originally built in 1909 as part of the old farm, the owner has restored this historic building back to life! Families will love the modern finish combined with the historic feel.
Once inside the ground floor is one large segmented family kitchen/dining/living room which extends to nearly 33' in length. Benefitting from beautiful character features such as a wood burning stove and engineered oak flooring.
The Shaker kitchen itself is fitted with top of the range integrated appliances, quartz worktops and functional storage facilities, the living room space is a seamless extension from the kitchen with a large light portal overhead and bi-fold doors leading straight out to the landscaped rear garden. A downstairs w/c finishes off this ground floor really well.
On the first floor, you will find two double bedrooms, both bedrooms are serviced by a modern but characterful mosaic tiled shower room with a Bluetooth, anti-fog, LED mirror.
The principle suite occupies the whole of the second floor and benefits from the same high quality en-suite shower room.
The rear garden has been landscaped to provide the perfect space to entertain in the summer.
EPC Rating – C
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