- Very pretty extended cottage in Bretherton
- Stylishly decorated and presented throughout
- Two delightful, well-proportioned reception rooms
- Well-appointed breakfast kitchen with central island
- Three good sized bedrooms to the first floor
- Four-piece bathroom to serve the bedrooms
- Warmed throughout by gas central heating
- Newly fitted Upvc double glazing to the front
- Cottage garden to rear with large terrace and vegetable patch
- Off street parking for two cars to the property frontage
An attractively decorated and very pretty three-bedroom cottage in the sought-after village of Bretherton. Having two reception rooms, breakfast kitchen and four-piece bathroom this property already meets many requirements. However, if you are looking for off street parking, al fresco patio dining, a private rear garden and the good life in the form of a vegetable garden – then book a viewing as soon as possible.
A newly fitted duck egg blue composite entrance door opens into a porch which has a tiled floor, an electric meter cupboard and windows to either side.
A glazed panel door from the porch opens into the lounge which has a picture window to the front offering natural lights plus pendant and wall lights for evening-time. With solid oak flooring under-foot, there is an eye-catching feature stone fireplace with a log burning stove resting on a stone flagged hearth and a radiator behind an ornate decorative cover for additional warmth.
The oak flooring continues through the square archway leading to the dining area which features a picture rail and tongue and groove panelling to one wall with Delft rack and a corner cupboard provides storage. A further radiator, again in a decorative ornate cover, warms the room and, from here double doors with a step up open into the breakfast kitchen.
The breakfast kitchen is fitted with a good range of wall and base units to include drawers and shelves and having splash tiling between levels and ample worksurfaces over, inset with a stainless-steel sink unit and mixer tap. There is housing for a larder style fridge and integrated appliances include an automatic dishwasher and washing machine and a gas range with electric oven and stainless-steel canopy extractor fan above. The ceiling has tongue and groove panelling with a central light suspended over the central island which includes drawer storage and vegetable baskets. A feature of the room is the bay window to the rear which provides a seating area and there are French doors leading to the rear garden and patio area.
To the first floor the landing provides access to the insulated and boarded loft which is where the combination gas central heating boiler is housed.
The master bedroom overlooks the rear of the property and has a pendant light illuminating the exposed and stained wooden floor. Fitted wardrobes line one wall and a radiator warms the room.
The second bedroom is also to the rear and overlooks the garden whilst the third bedroom is to the front with fitted wardrobes and a vanity cupboard with inset wash hand basin. Both are warmed by gas central heating radiators and are lit by pendant lighting.
The bathroom is positioned at the rear and has been fitted with a four-piece white suite to include low flush Wc, pine vanity unit with wash hand basin, a tile-panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment and a corner shower cubicle. The floor is tiled and a chrome heated rail warms the towels.
Outside, to the front and with views over farm fields, is a Tarmacadam driveway with parking for two cars. A side covered walkway leads to the rear where a gravel communal path services the row of terrace properties, providing access for garden and household waste. It is the following description that will be your main reason for buying this sizable cottage as the garden area does not disappoint. Firstly, there is a flagged patio with brick-built barbecue, a large seating area and a honeysuckle and ivy-covered archway then leads to the garden area. Passing the fruit trees alongside the gravel path, you arrive at a well-tended lawn with hedge borders and specimen planting before the final destination at the bottom of the garden. The vegetable plot is screened by a picket fence and beyond are stunning pastoral views over the adjoining farm fields.
Viewing is strictly by appointment through Maria B Evans Estate Agents
We are reliably informed that the Tenure of the property is Freehold.
Room measurements given in these property details are approximate and are supplied as a guide only.
All land measurements are supplied by the Vendor and should be verified by the buyer's solicitor. We
would advise that all services, appliances and heating facilities be confirmed in working order by an
appropriately registered service company or surveyor on behalf of the buyer as Maria B. Evans Estate
Agency cannot be held responsible for any faults found. No responsibility can be accepted for any
expenses incurred by prospective purchasers.