A unique Country Craftsman cottage built by the renowned local builder, John Lunnon, for his own family in 1965. It has been updated and improved by the current owners internally and also by the addition of a beautiful two-storey annexe in the back garden. The annexe is ideal as additional accommodation, home office space or both.
Well Cottage is a charming house that appears, on the surface, to be an authentic period property but is in fact a modern home built in an old fashioned style with centuries-old, reclaimed oak beams and lovely, 'period' features such as the fireplaces in the sitting room and master bedroom.
The triple aspect sitting room is well proportioned with doors that lead out to an attractive conservatory and, from there, to the garden. The kitchen has been fitted with a range of painted Shaker-style units sympathetic to the style of the house and has a generous open-plan dining area. Adjacent to the kitchen is the rear lobby/utility area with storage and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier concealed behind cupboard doors.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has a lovely, working, open fireplace and ensuite facilities. A nice touch is the window seat overlooking the gardens and countryside beyond. There are a further three bedrooms; one with a charming built in children’s bed. The family bathroom has been stylishly and comprehensively refitted.
ANNEXE: The annexe is in the garden and is a very attractive conversion. It is charming inside with a bright reception room with kitchen to one side and French doors out to a decked seating area, there is a conservatory on the opposite side. Upstairs, there is a bedroom overlooking the garden and countryside and a very smart shower room.
The gardens are well laid out and nicely landscaped with off street parking to the front and various outbuildings.