Guide price £325,000
The cottage is believed to have been built in the late 1800's and was part of the Pitt-Rivers Estate. Originally two cottages but now seamlessly joined as one. It is detached and presented in excellent order, with views across to Weam Common Hill and Cerne Park. On the ground floor there is a well-equipped pine kitchen, a utility room with WC, dining room with panelled walls, fireplace and beamed ceiling, and generous sized sitting room with inglenook fireplace. From the sitting room there is a sun room which leads out to the garden. On the first floor a spacious landing to the three double bedrooms (two of which have their own sink), and a family bathroom with roll top bath, separate shower and WC. The enclosed garden to the side of the property has a pond and well stocked borders filled with poppies, hollyhocks and roses. There is also a vegetable plot, greenhouse and shed. Off road parking for at least two vehicles, garage and car port.
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