On the ground floor you will find:
a light and spacious, comfy lounge housing a wood-burning stove, bookshelves laden with books and magazines, television with digital freeview and DVD player with DVDs. A large bay window provides glorious vistas to the garden and countryside beyond; and
a separate dining room with georgian cast-iron columns and wooden panelling, dating from an eighteenth century extension to the original property, housing a six-seater dining table and chairs and cupboard with games. A cushioned window-seat provides the perfect spot to sit and read a book;
a kitchen with free standing wooden units, ceramic hob/electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and fully equipped with crockery, glassware, cutlery, cafetiere, teapot and cooking utensils so that you can do as much or as little cooking as you wish!;
a bathroom with a wonderful claw foot bath for lazy soaks, and a separate shower, toilet & wash basin; and
a washing machine secreted within the back-hallway.
Original stone stairs lead to the first floor where there are three bedrooms and a separate toilet & wash-basin:
the master bedroom houses a king size brass bed with pocket-sprung mattress, victorian cast-iron fireplace and window-seats overlooking the garden & open countryside beyond;
the second bedroom has twin iron bedsteads with pocket sprung mattresses, victorian cast-iron fireplace and views to the garden & open countryside;
and the third bedroom with its exposed stonework has a double antique brass bed with pocket sprung mattress and views to the sheep or cattle grazing in the neighbouring field.
Outside there is a beautiful cottage garden, where the children can run around, where you can enjoy views across rolling countryside or simply sit with a glass of wine listening to the sound of Leck Beck running just beyond the garden wall. Off-road private parking for two cars.