- Detached character cottage of period origin (but not Listed) requiring renovation & set in approximately 1 acre. Freehold, Council Tax Band 'G'. EPC TBC.
- Entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/utility room. 3 bedrooms, study area & bathroom. Outside: garage & semi dilapidated outbuildings. Sun room attached to house.
- Outside: driveway to garage & semi-dilapidated outbuildings. Sun/garden room.
- Good size mature garden with area of former paddock & scrub beyond.
- No forward chain.
Goose Green Cottage comprises an extended period cottage together with garden, grounds and outbuildings all in need of renovation. The age of the older and most characterful part of the building is not known but is part timber framed with part single skin walls and with later extension to the East side undertaken by the vendors’ family in the 1970's with brick and tile elevations. The original and smaller proportioned timber framed cottage includes a mixture of external part timbered elevations with brickwork and under a pitched and part hipped clay tiled roof and internally includes part exposed beams along with inglenook fireplace to the dining room. The accommodation is as shown on the floorplan and provides flexibility for further adaptation combined with the renovation of the cottage, as well as potential extension or redevelopment, subject to all necessary consents.
The cottage sits in a good size garden primarily facing South and with lawn area and mixed planting with adjoining former paddock ground to the South and West sides which comprises overgrown grass with scrub and young saplings and with old fencing to the outer boundaries.
From the driveway there is a double garage and then a range of semi-dilapidated timber workshops, garden stores and former kennels many of which have collapsed roofs. Attached to the South-East corner of the cottage is a sun/garden room extension accessed by an external door. The property as a whole extends to c. 0.99 of an acre (0.40 Ha).
The property is sold as seen in need of renovation and any prospective purchasers will be expected to have undertaken their appropriate due diligence including costings and surveys prior to an offer being accepted (subject to contract) and solicitors instructed and taking into account their expected expenditure and also whether or not they are able to obtain mortgage finance on the property, if so required.