Nightingale Cottage is a detached, period cottage with traditional brick and flint walls and a clay pantile roof. Believed to be several hundred years old, the cottage remains full of character but following the refurbishment now provides warm, cosy and comfortable accommodation. The cottage name was inspired by memories of listening to nightingales on nearby Salthouse Heath.
New kitchen with solid beech worktop, electric hob, electric oven, extractor, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, ample crockery and cutlery, tea-pot, mugs, cooking pots, cooking utensils, soft drink glasses, wine glasses and whisky glasses.
Dining area off kitchen with large pine table and chairs for six people. French doors to rear garden.
Sitting room with two leather sofas and an upholstered armchair, large coffee table, inglenook fireplace with log burner and logs, flat screen TV, wildlife bookcase and reference materials, writing table and chair.
Utility room with coat pegs, boot storage, washing machine and dryer.
Wide staircase leads from sitting room to first floor landing.
Bedroom 1 with double bed, bedside tables, lamps and large chest of drawers.
Bedroom 2 with double bed, two chests of drawers and bedside lamps.
Bedroom 3 with two single beds, chest of drawers, bedside table and lamp.
Family bathroom with bath, power shower with unlimited hot water, WC and wash basin.
Parking for two cars to the side of the cottage.
Steps up to sunny rear garden with patio and outdoor table and chairs, herbaceous borders, including roses, lavenders and herbs, beehive compost bin and garden store.
All bed linen and towels, central heating, electricity and a basket of logs.
Sorry no pets.