Re-named now as “The Hole in the Wall” this property has a great deal to offer. Formally having been part of the grade II listed Bishop Lacy public house next door, access to the property is gained from the rear, where you will also find an allocated parking space.
Entrance to the door is via steps, complete with Ring security into a delightful, covered entrance with tiled flooring that in turn gives access to the walled garden with raised decked area and well stocked flower bed. From the deck a door leads into the entrance hallway with a further door to an open plan kitchen/living room with large window to the front. The newly fitted kitchen area has a range of modern base and eye level units and incorporates an oven/grill and separate hob with extractor over. There is attractive extended tiling, integrated sink with stylish mixer tap over and concealed lighting. The living area has wall lights allowing for zoned lighting.
From the entrance hall stairs lead to first floor landing off which you will find bedroom one with stunning half bay window to the front complete with window seat affording a lovely view of the church opposite. The feature fireplace, wall and ceiling beams give the room a real sense of character.
From the landing there is further access into a space featuring a stunning spiral staircase, this would also lend itself to a pleasant workspace. The bathroom is fitted with a modern, contemporary white suite with large obscure glazed window to the rear with storage cupboard that now houses the electric combination boiler for the property.
Finally, via the spiral staircase there is access to the third floor where the character of the property continues with the space being divided into two by a large stone feature with doorway inset.