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- Front and rear lobbies
- Lounge: Sofa and easy chair, Lloyd Loom chair, Digital TV, CD/Radio & DVD Player, coal fire
- Dining Room: 19th-Century oak dining table & chairs, coal fire. CD/Radio. Library. Door to stairs.
- Kitchen: "Fired Earth" units, with double belfast sink and solid wood worktops, Range cooker (Gas hob/electric ovens), fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave. Cupboard housing combi boiler. Radio. Heated clay tile floor.
- Bathroom with WC, sink, and bath with over-bath shower. Illuminated cabinet with integral shaver socket. Heated towel rail and floor.
- Landing: Drawer unit
- Double bedroom: Large eaves store cupboard. Dormer window looking over the rear garden and fields beyond. Two windows beside chimney breast facing East over woodland. Shaker-style Hanging Rail. DAB Radio/alarm. Oak Dressing table.
- Twin bedroom: Large eaves store cupboard. Built-in wardrobe. Dormer window looking South-West over the gardens and countryside beyond. DAB Radio/alarm.
- In the rear garden a former garage has been converted to provide a substantial and bright room for guests to use, with its own heating and WC, extending table, sofa and coffee table. This room also contains the washing machine and tumble drier, and has a tall Fridge-freezer for extra food storage if required.
- The gardens and parking area are enclosed by hedging and timber gates
- The 3500 sq.ft main garden has a mix of lawns and shrubs, and the original central brick pathway. Patio with BBQ and garden furniture. The previous owner, Gerald Carey, was a renowned plantsman; the range of shrubs and the Redwood tree are popular features of the gardens.
- The gardens to the side and rear of the cottage include a parking area and a small lockable shed for guests' bicycles etc. Herb garden. Summerhouse. A small courtyard garden between the house and annexe, outside the back door, has been fully enclosed by picket and mesh fencing.