***GUIDE PRICE £330,000 – £340,000*** ‘Mrs Birds Cottage’ is a great example of a traditional cottage and really has been sympathetically maintained to a high standard by the present owners. There is a wealth of features such as exposed brickwork, Solid oak flooring, Two cast iron log burners, 13′ conservatory with double doors to a courtyard rear garden and a beautiful refitted bathroom. There are two bedrooms as well as a study area.
The cottage is situated in the highly sought after village of Sutton complete with its ford which hosts an annual duck race. The village also has the John o Gaunt Bistro Pub and is a one mile walk to the market town of Potton with its variety of shops and amenities. Sutton is also three miles to Biggleswade station which runs into London St Pancras station.
This is a truly stunning example of a English cottage set in a beautiful village and really needs to be viewed to be appreciated.
Via wooden front door leading to lounge.
Lounge (3.84m x 3.58m)
Wooden sliding sash window to front aspect. Solid “Oak” exposed wooden flooring. Beautiful brick fireplace housing a log burner with tiled hearth and wooden mantle over. Exposed brickwork to one wall. Radiator. Stripped wooden door leading to kitchen.
Kitchen (3.56m x 2.67m)
Feature exposed brick opening looking into conservatory. Plumbing for washing machine. Ceramic sink drainer with “swan neck” style mixer taps over. Under stair storage cupboard. Stripped timber door leading to first floor accommodation. Opening to conservatory. Wonderful patterned ceramic tiles to floor.
Conservatory (3.96m x 3.20m)
Double glazed French doors leading to garden. Radiator. Exposed timber flooring. A Cast iron wood burner with a specially made flue that sits in the corner of the room and is fully working and a real focal point.
First Floor Landing
Split level landing with doors to Bedroom one, study, bathroom and 2nd floor bedroom.
Bedroom one (3.86m x 2.67m)
Wooden sliding sash window to front aspect. Radiator. Exposed wooden floorboards. Feature cast iron fireplace with brick hearth. (not in use). Exposed brickwork to chimney breast.
Study area (1.88m x 1.45m)
Wooden sliding sash window to rear aspect. Radiator.
Wooden sliding sash window to rear aspect. Radiator. This a four piece split level bathroom. The feature piece being the freestanding Victorian style roll top bath. Separate enclosed shower, wash hand basin with vanity unit and a low level w.c.
Bedroom Two (4.72m x 2.59m narrowing to 1.68m)
Large Velux style rooflight to rear aspect. Further Velux style window to side aspect. Small window to front aspect. Radiator.
A beautiful rear courtyard garden that is in two parts. The first area is used by the present owners for entertaining and is laid to shingle with a central patio area. There is gated access to the side. There is a barn which is currently used as a workshop complete with power and lighting. There is a pathway between the barn and fence to the second part of the garden. This is currently used for hanging the washing and has some shrub borders and is enclosed by fencing.