This charming town centre cottage was built c1850 and has had a number of uses in it's long and illustrious life to include the original stables for the Wellington pub, a greengrocers, fishmongers and 'The Gannet' fish restaurant to name but a few! The property still retains some character features to include exposed beams and feature brick fireplace in the lounge, whilst there is a modern central heating system with 'Vaillant' combi boiler.
To the front of the cottage there is an enclosed entrance vestibule and door into the reception hall with door to courtyard, stairs to the first floor and connecting door to lounge with feature full height brick fire place and gas cast iron burner, under stair store cupboard and door to inner lobby with cloakroom/WC. From the lobby there is access to the kitchen/utility room which has a range of wall/base cupboards with working surface having an inset sink, gas hob with extractor canopy, space for oven, washing machine, freezer and integrated fridge. There is tiled flooring and sky light window.
From the first floor landing there is access to the main bathroom which has a bath with mixer tap/shower and glass screen, WC, wash basin, tiled walls and window to side.
The second bedroom has a window to the front aspect, whilst the main bedroom (currently sitting room) has a dual aspect and adjoining kitchenette (formerly en-suite shower) comprising cupboards and work surface, sink unit, space for cooker, further appliance space and window to side, whilst there is a further study on this floor ideal for home office.
Outside there is a small enclosed courtyard with space for a bistro style table and chairs, outside tap and gated side access to South Street.