A CHARMING PERIOD COTTAGE. Miles & Barr are proud to offer this 17th century detached cottage located in the sought after village of Bridge, having been well maintained throughout and offering period features and character in abundance. Benefits include three reception rooms, two bathrooms, an extensive garden and gas central heating. Accommodation consists of; front reception with original fireplace including a log burner, extended dining room with brick fireplace and chimney breast, reception two including a fireplace with log burner, fitted kitchen with Range style cooker and integrated fridge-freezer, shower room with w/c and utility area complete with washing machine, stairs leading to the first floor with three double bedrooms and bathroom with three piece bathroom suite. The rear garden is a classic English garden with a peaceful courtyard and pathways leading to wide stretches of lawn. Viewing is highly recommended. Available 14 June 2019. Council tax band F.

Room Sizes
Reception 1 3.61 x 4.56 (11'10" x 14'11")
Reception 2 4.99 x 4.38 (16'4" x 14'4")
Reception 3 7.12 x 3.46 (23'4" x 11'4")
Kitchen 8.41 x 2.46 (27'7" x 8'0")
Bedroom 1 4.91 x 3.89 (16'1" x 12'9")
Bedroom 2 4.59 x 3.76 (15'0" x 12'4")
Bedroom 3 3.42 x 3.50 (11'2" x 11'5")
Bathroom 2.56 x 2.57 (8'4" x 8'5")
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