Beck Cottage is an extremely attractive period property, sensitively extended, yet with many original features, built of brick elevations under a pantile roof. It is situated within the village of Little Barningham alongside a small stream.
The welcoming kitchen has a traditional pamment floor, a range of hand-made Shaker- style units with integrated double oven, induction hob, extractor fan, dishwasher and small refrigerator. The oil- fired Rayburn heats the water and provides the central heating. There is space for a large kitchen table.
Alongside the kitchen is a boot room, utility and wc with ceramic tiled flooring as well as cupboards and work tops, space for fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a north facing larder with marble slab and shelving. The dining room and sitting room are lovely reception rooms each with a wood burning stove. The latter has French doors out to the garden. The open landing with a large load-bearing book case, leads to three good-sized double bedrooms. The main bedroom has an en-suite with power shower. The other two bedrooms are served by a separate family bathroom.
This property has 0.33 acres of land.