The Dutch Cottage is an impressive example of Dutch architecture dating back to 1689. This architecturally interesting property represents not only an opportunity to acquire a beautifully restored five bedroomed property but a part of the regions history with it being Grade II Listed.
It is immediately apparent how special this home is from the first glimpse from the road side with the distinctive design of the gable ends drawing attention yet not looking out of place in this English river side hamlet. The careful use of natural woods and feature brick work fireplaces have been carefully incorporated during the restoration by the current owners alongside the retention of a three quarter height door which adds charm from a bygone age. The rear patio provides stunning views over a superb landscaped garden which flows down to the river side from a raised bank. The outside is an idyllic setting to appreciate most during the summer months. Accommodation is arranged over three floors with a dual aspect lounge being open plan to a formal dining room and a bespoke solid wood fitted kitchen enjoys a triple aspect. To the first floor a master bedroom has an en-suite and a further three bedrooms are served by both a family bathroom and separate w.c. from the landing. A staircase leads to the second floor which is divided into two areas creating a fifth bedroom and a large space lending itself to a variety of uses such as a studio or a teenage retreat having ample room to create a sitting room with study area .