Built circa 1750, this charming semi-detached cottage was once formerly owned by the de Hoghton family, part of the Hoghton Tower estate.
The cosy living space is extremely well presented, tastefully combining traditional and contemporary styles and finished to a high standard.
Internally the accommodation comprises an entrance porch and inner hallway with kitchen and bathroom off.
The characterful lounge has an inglenook style fireplace housing a great open fire, an original feature side window and original exposed wooden beams to the ceiling. The staircase to the first floor has stripped wooden balustrade’s.
The dining room is a great sized second reception room which also incorporates a snug area. There are further exposed wooden beams and feature period doors through to the modern fitted kitchen.
The bathroom is also to the ground floor and is recently fitted with a fully tiled modern four-piece suite.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms with wooden stripped and polished floors, and a separate cloakroom.
To the exterior there is driveway parking for two cars to the front with a low maintenance garden/courtyard to the rear.
The property is offered with no upper chain.