From Lydiate Lane, the property is approached through a gateway via concrete steps and a gravelled path, which lead to the part-glazed front door.
Mainly laid to lawn, with beds and shrubs around the front and side boundaries.
Front door, with stained glass panel, opens into
Stripped wood four-panel door. Stripped wooden floor boards. High skirting boards. Bay to the front with large sash window and splayed smaller windows to the sides. Painted wood tongue and groove below. Fireplace with slate hearth and wood-burner.
Stripped wooden stairs with banister rise to first floor landing. Four-panel door to
Painted concrete floor. Bespoke kitchen units with slate worktops over. Shelving. Oil-fired range cooker (also provides hot water) with wooden mantle and surround. Sash window to the rear. Butler sink with slate drainer, Victorian-style taps and cupboard below. Under-stairs cupboards. Archway to
Rear Kitchen/Utility/Breakfast room
Part-glazed stable-style exterior door to side-return (where wooden steps give access to the garden). Windows either side of rear door. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Window to rear. Radiator.
First Floor Landing
Stripped pine floor boards. Doors to two bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC.
Wooden door. Stripped pine floor boards. Radiator. Period fireplace with cast-iron grate, wooden mantle and surround. Large sash window to the front with village views.
Wooden door. Stripped pine floor boards. Radiator. Large sash window to the rear.
Low-level flush WC, pedestal wash basin with tiled splash-back.
Wooden door. Opaque window to side. Window to the rear. Four-piece bathroom suite including: panel-enclosed bath with Victorian-style side-mounted mixer tap; high-level flush traditional-style WC; pedestal wash basin with Victorian-style taps; custom-made shower cubicle with slate floor, built-in shower with vintage-style tiles to ceiling height and glass bricks to allow natural light from the window. Heated towel rail.
Open-plan area, with stripped pine floor boards, suitable as a bedroom, dressing room, office or studio with a window to the rear giving views over the garden. Radiator. Eaves cupboard with hot water tank. Fitted wardrobe. Hatch with access to loft. Door to
Wooden door. Stripped pine floor boards. Radiator. Sloping ceiling to the front with double-glazed dormer window, with glazed sides, giving excellent 180-degree views across the village to Hollerday Hill and to the sea.
Small concrete courtyard to the side and rear. Wooden steps up to the first garden level. Several further terraced levels rising to the top of the garden, with sea views from the higher levels. Timber garden shed.