Laburnum Cottage is a charming period property, originally built in 1730 as a farm labourer's cottage. It has plenty of character, retains many original features, and benefits from a two storey extension.
There are two well sized reception rooms on the ground floor the sitting room and dining room; as well as a snug. The sitting room has an impressive original cast-iron oven set within a feature fireplace and access out to the patio. The double aspect dining room leads through to the inner hall, where the study, utility room and second staircase are located. The kitchen is fully fitted with wooden units to base and wall level, and includes integrated appliances. There is also a shower room located off the entrance hall.
There are three bedrooms, split across the two separate sections of the first floor. The master bedroom, with an en suite bathroom, is located via the first staircase, while the two further double bedrooms (one of which has a walk-in wardrobe) are accessed from the second. There is also a family bathroom on this level. The property also includes a cellar and an attic room, providing further versatile accommodation.