Property of the Week: Chapel Street, Sidbury

Cosy two bedroom cottage in Sidbury

This Grade II listed character cottage sits in the heart of Sidbury - Credit: Redferns

Chapel Street, Sidbury
Guide Price: £275,000
Agent: Redferns Estate Agents
Agent's Tel: 01395 512544

Cosy two bedroom cottage in Sidbury

The inglenook fireplace in the living room is a delight - Credit: Redferns

This cosy two-bedroom thatched cottage, occupying a superb position in the heart of the pretty village of Sidbury, is packed with much charm and character.

Cosy two bedroom cottage in Sidbury

The kitchen has a fresh clean look - Credit: Redferns

The Grade II listed dwelling is believed to be more than 400 years old and has benefitted from a sympathetic modernisation with extensive renovations being made in recent years.  The result is a homely property presented to an exceptional standard.
The front door opens directly into a generously sized, yet cosy looking, living room where a delightful inglenook fireplace takes pride of place as the focal point. Other period features include exposed beams and timbers that add charm and appeal to the room.  There's also a west-facing window with a pleasant window seat below.

Cosy two bedroom cottage in Sidbury

There are two double bedrooms that are decorated in pleasing neutral tones - Credit: Redferns

The crisp white kitchen/dining room benefits from east and west-facing windows, and it has been updated with a good range of units and warm wooden work surfaces. The room is spacious enough to accommodate a good-sized dining table. 
Upstairs, there are two comfortable double bedrooms with exposed timbers.  The second bedroom has a large walk cupboard which would work well as an excellent dressing room. The bathroom is fitted with a luxurious suite and a separate shower cubicle.

Cosy two bedroom cottage in Sidbury

Outside, there's a charming courtyard garden - Credit: Redferns

Outside, to the rear of the cottage, there is a sunny, low maintenance courtyard garden decked out with a wealth of plants and shrubs including a beautiful wisteria.
Recent external work includes the recovering the front of the thatch roof, while the rear has been refurbished. 

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