Covered Porch (dates back to circa 1839).
19' 3'' x 13' 4'' (5.86m x 4.06m)
A charming room with two timber double glazed windows (front aspect), front door, delightful Inglenook fireplace with a tiled hearth containing a wood burner, beamed ceiling, pine flooring, cloaks rail, electric consumer unit, telephone point, TV point, stairs off to the 1st floor, door to the -
14' 9'' x 6' 7'' (4.49m x 2.01m)
Timber double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, further smaller window (side aspect), rear outer door, range of traditional thick timber work surfaces, one with an integrated drainer, 'butler' sink, brass mixer tap, tiled splash back, base cupboards and shelving, wall shelving, tiled flooring, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge/freezer, space for a cooker, electric cooker point, beamed ceiling, radiator. The base cupboards house the floor mounted 'Worcester' oil fired combi boiler (serves the hot water/central heating).
Stairs from the lounge/diner to the first floor Landing.
Window overlooking the rear garden.
11' 3'' x 10' 5'' (3.43m x 3.17m)
Timber double glazed window (front aspect - view to fields). Radiator. Doorway to large walk-in wardrobe.
11' 2'' x 7' 9'' (3.40m x 2.36m)
Timber double glazed window (front aspect - view to fields), radiator.
'Velux' window (rear), white suite comprising panelled bath with a tiled splash back, plumbed-in over bath shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, tiled flooring, towel rail, access hatch to the loft.
To the rear - Garden extends to approximately 12 metres in depth by approximately 8 metres width.
Mainly laid to grass, side access gate. Plastic oil storage tank. Stone storage shed with a mono pitch roof (requires upgrading).
Small fore garden with a dwarf walled boundary.
Private parking bay situated opposite the cottage across the lane. Partly laid to tarmac with a stone boundary wall. (space for a single vehicle).
We have been advised Mains Electricity, Water and Drainage. Heating - Oil fired central heating.
We understand that Bwthyn Heddwch dates back to the mid 18th Century and was originally a single storey cottage that in more recent times was extended upwards creating a first floor and also extended to the rear creating the kitchen/breakfast room.