** BIGGER THAN YOUR AVERAGE HOUSE**

Miles and Barr are delighted to offer to the market this lovely four bedroom cottage located in the heart of Sturry. With off street parking for 2 - 3 cars, the property is perfect for families, and commuters will appreciate the close proximity to Sturry train station. Dating back to the 1700's, the property is bursting with character with sash windows, oak beams, exposed brickwork, fireplaces and original oak flooring throughout. Having refurbished throughout, the current owners have created a space that is both modern and stylish whilst still retaining the original period features that make it so unique.

Upon entering through the hallway, you reach the open plan living area which comes with two brick surround fireplaces and generous space to accommodate the whole family and guests too. The french doors lead into the rear garden which is perfect for those long summer months. You then enter the kitchen which has been fully renovated and it's clear that no expense has been spared with features including the induction hob, oak worktops, LED lighting and the ceramic sink. The adjoining utility room is a great size and can be used as an additional kitchen area. The separate cloakroom/WC is a fantastic bonus. The living area provides stairs down to the dining room which is is well proportioned with a beautiful exposed brick wall and oak beamed ceiling.

Stairs to the first floor are also accessed via the living room. All four bedrooms are double sized with two benefiting from brick surround fireplaces. The master bedroom also offers a stylish silver feature wall. The modern fitted bathroom features a bathtub, separate shower and hand wash basin.

To the rear of the property is a large lawned garden which is an absolute delight for any keen gardener. With a lovely stepping stone footpath winding through a colourful array of trees, bushes and flower beds, the vast potential on offer really must be seen to be appreciated.

Room Sizes
Living Area 6.63m max x 5.59m max (21'9" max x 18'4" max)
Kitchen 3.53m x 2.49m (11'7" x 8'2")
Utility Room 2.64m x 2.34m (8'8" x 7'8")
Master Bedroom 4.95m x 2.67m (16'3" x 8'9")
Bedroom Two 3.68m x 2.90m (12'1" x 9'6")
Bedroom Three 3.71m x 2.16m (12'2" x 7'1")
Bedroom Four 3.56m x 2.46m (11'8" x 8'1")
Bathroom 2.62m x 2.44m (8'7" x 8'0")
Dining Room 7.82m x 2.46m (25'8" x 8'1")
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