Stunning listed cottage with considerable character and charm

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303 - Credit: Archant

Myrtle Cottage comprises a grade II listed, expansive, period, family home of considerable character and ornate charm. It is presented in excellent condition and has been extensively modernised yet still maintains many of its original features, dating back to approximately 1840.

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303 - Credit: Archant

The well-planned accommodation briefly comprises two generous reception rooms, large quality-fitted kitchen/dining room, separate utility room, further separate study, five spacious first-floor bedrooms, master with en-suite, and family bathroom.

Myrtle Cottage offers a well-stocked, level and attractive, private garden to the rear incorporating a separate sun house/garden room, housing sauna and reception area with adjacent hot tub, garden pond, greenhouse and deep beds of mature trees and shrubs. Beyond this lies a further barn/out-building with adjoining car port and parking for two cars with Grade II listed planning consent for a three-bedroom dwelling (full plans available upon request).

Where is it?

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303 - Credit: Archant

Myrtle Cottage, Clyst St Mary


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how much?

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303 - Credit: Archant

£550,000

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who is the agent?

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303

For sale by Bainbridge's: call 01395 225303 - Credit: Archant

Bainbridge’s

Tel: 01395 225303

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