Manse Cottage was part of a former Wealdon Hall house in Boughton and is over-flowing with character and period features in a prominent position in the heart of the village. The older parts of this period home date from the 14th Century with later additions. Accommodation comprises; sitting room with exposed tudor bricks on entrance, exposed beams and floorboards, kitchen/diner with superb Inglenook fireplace and bathroom. On the first floor are two double bedrooms, study area and spacious loft. Outside is a patio area, perfect for alfresco dining with steps up to a good-size garden which is mainly laid to lawn, two sheds, greenhouse and pleasant water feature.
- ***GUIDE PRICE £350,000 - £375,000 ***
- GRADE II LISTED
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- KITCHEN EXTENSION
- GOOD SIZE REAR GARDEN
- NO CHAIN
Sitting Room 13' 3" max x 17' 2" max + door recess ( 4.04m max x 5.23m max + door recess )
Entrance door and sash window to front. Beamed ceiling, exposed brickwork, fireplace with open fire.
Window to side. Suite of: WC, washbasin and shower cubicle. Part-tiled.
Kitchen/diner 21' 2" max x 14' 3" max ( 6.45m max x 4.34m max )
Velux window & window to rear. Large Inglenook fireplace with logburner. The kitchen is fitted with wall & base units. Butler sink, integrated oven/hob, cooker-hood. Plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer. Boiler. Indian slate tiled flooring. French doors to garden. Stairs to first floor and loft access.
First Floor Landing
Doors to bedrooms and study area.
Bedroom 2 9' 10" x 9' 4" ( 3.00m x 2.84m )
Window to side. Beamed walls. Radiator.
Bedroom 1 13' into recess max x 11' 2" ( 3.96m into recess max x 3.40m )
Window to front. Radiator.
Patio area with steps up to a large rear garden, mainly laid to lawn with two timber sheds, water feature and greenhouse.