135 Thorpe road
- Extremely beguiling detached thatched cottage dating back to c1720, displaying exquisite architecture of the period, set within equally impressive grounds approaching quarter of an acre (approx.) including two outbuildings
- Spacious living room featuring a cosy wood burner set within a lovely red brick inglenook fireplace, plus gorgeous open studwork with views into the study area of the 35ft long rear garden room
- Equally spacious 14½ft sq kitchen/breakfast/dining room with the classic Aga cooker, plus further views through the open studwork to the garden room – with central double doors to the rear garden plus a side stable door
- Impressive reception hall with double width staircase
- Two ground floor bedrooms – including a lovely Porcelanosa en suite shower room to the master bedroom, and a separate bath/shower room
- Two vaulted first floor double bedrooms
- Ample driveway parking for several vehicles
- Six minute walk (approx.) of Kirby Cross railway station with fast 1 hour 30 minutes service to London Liverpool Street
- If you follow the B1033 road in just under three miles you arrive at the east ‘Sunshine Coast’ with its miles of sandy beaches
- This property is not listed
Extremely beguiling thatched cottage, originally two cottages, dating back to c1720. The welcome view from the entrance hall is one to behold with the beautiful display of the stair case in front of you and the choices to step into the kitchen or the living room either side… Let’s remain on the ground floor first and explore the master suite to your left with a stunning Porcelanosa en-suite with separate access to the garden which must be blissful during the warmer days. From the entrance hall, you will find the family bathroom and the fourth smaller bedroom.
The heart of this unique thatched cottage must surely be the spacious kitchen with the classic AGA cooker and the ever apparent wooden studwork and beams throughout, or maybe you will find the equally spacious living room equally homely with it cosy wood burner and access to the garden room?
No expense has been spared and the current owner has proudly and tastefully renovated this magical 18th century architectural masterpiece into a delightful home over the last 36 years, it is now time to find the next deserving and loving custodians…
Council Tax Band E (£2,210 p/yr)
EPC Rating : E