Entrance door with decorative double glazed panel and double glazed side lights to front aspect, radiator, ceiling coving, communicating door to shower room.
Staircase with timber balustrades to first floor, porthole style window to front aspect, radiator, telephone point, communicating doors.
Fitted suite comprising walk-in shower cubicle with shower over, low level w.c., wall mounted basin, tiling to half height, two double glazed windows to side aspect, tiled floor.
Lounge 6.00m (19'8") max x 3.62m (11'10")
Feature ornamental brick fire surround with tiled hearth and electric stove, double glazed bay window to front aspect, two double glazed windows to side aspects, two radiator, coving to ceiling, sliding double glazed patio door and side panel to:
Of Edwardian style construction with brick built dwarf walls, double glazed French doors, windows and panels, polycarbonate effect roof, tiled floor, ceiling fan/light, electric radiator.
Dining Room 3.50m (11'6") x 3.13m (10'3")
Double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, coving to ceiling.
Breakfast Kitchen 4.60m (15'1") max x 2.74m (9')
Fitted with a range of eye and base level units, work surfaces over, one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, tiling to water sensitive areas, built in oven and hob, space for dishwasher and fridge, tiled floor, double glazed window to rear and side aspects, radiator, wall mounted 'Vaillant boiler, communicating door to:
Space for washing machine and freezer, double glazed door to side aspect, fitted shelf, tiled floor.
Double glazed window to front aspect, radiator, communicating doors.
Principal Bedroom 3.69m (12'1") x 3.49m (11'6")
Fitted wardrobes with cupboards over, double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, communicating door to:
Fitted suite comprising low level w.c., beday, pedestal wash hand basin, double glazed window to side aspect, radiator.
Bedroom Two 3.49m (11'6") x 2.67m (8'9")
Double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator.
Bedroom Three 3.61m (11'10") max x 2.40m (7'11")
Double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, loft access.
Bedroom Four 3.52m (11'7") max x 2.25m (7'5")
With sloping ceiling, double glazed window to front aspect, radiator.
Fitted suite comprising bath, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle, double glazed window to side aspect, built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and with linen storage space, heated towel rail, decorative tiling to walls.
Benefitting from countryside views to the rear. To the front there is a block paved driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles which leads to the double garage, small lawn area, shrub borders, L.P.G tank, mature tree, canopy porch over entrance door with an external light and gated side access to the rear. The rear garden has a lawn area, shrub borders, paved path, external tap and a picket gate which leads to a further area with a variety of mature trees which is classified as ‘Agricultural Land’.
With up and over door, power and light connected, side pedestrian access door.
Energy Performance Report
To the rear of Chestnut House there is a piece of land which is included with the property but is classified as ‘Agricultural Land’. Please contact your solicitor/conveyancer or legal representative for full clarification of the usage of this land.
Written by a resident of the village of Cotesbach:
Convenient yet tucked away in its rural location, Chestnut House is neighbour to the unique and vibrant Stable Yard. Where the tranquil village location meets the buzz of small businesses, here you will be able to have breakfast at the fantastic Yard Cafe, pick up regular supplies of organic produce from Cotesbach Gardens and Jason's Organic Butchers, watch all manner of vintage motorbikes and cars come and go from Idle Torque, explore local history and join courses, talks and workshops at Cotesbach Educational Trust, and even get your gladrags on for the annual music festival!
Chestnut House was built on former orchard ground. Its magical garden with views over the adjacent farmland has all the ingredients for play, rest and growing. Much loved and managed principally for wildlife for over a decade, it has a healthy balance of trained and untrained, of open and shady, of native and exotic: the old hawthorn tree in full view of the kitchen window creates a perfect bird habitat, the breeze catches the leaves of the slender eucalyptus arching over the garden gate, mature fruit trees are laden every autumn with promises of jam and steaming apple pies.
This house would make an ideal home for a family.
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