Potential to Create Further Living Space Subject to Planning
EPC Rating: E
*VIEWING VIDEO AVAILABLE* This detached four bedroomed cottage, is nestled on the bank of the River Trent enjoying a rear garden that flows down to meet to the riverside.
Available with a selection of outbuildings which offer an opportunity to create further living space subject to planning permission or a fantastic workshop.
The property is approached from a tarmac driveway which is accessed through twin timber gates which lead to a parking and turning area. A central doorway opens into a welcoming entrance hall with staircase to the first floor and accesses two reception rooms. The comfortable sitting room is a cosy inviting room centred on a stone fire surround that houses an open fire which is fantastic for winter evenings. The dining room with a brick feature fireplace and open fire has an archway which provides an open access into the fitted kitchen. The kitchen has a feature beamed ceiling and is fitted in a range of white kitchen units with integrated appliances. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a uPVC conservatory which overlooks the beautiful landscaped garden that is undoubtedly the pride of the current owners.
To the first floor, there are two spacious double bedrooms with two further single bedrooms and a modern family bathroom which is fully tiled and benefits from a four-piece white suite.
OUTSIDE The enclosed garden has gated access to both the road and riverbank, creating a private haven to be enjoyed in particular during the warmer seasons. A large brick-built barn with clay pantiled roof has double doors making it ideal for vehicular access. The barn has an additional workshop to the rear and a stable style door that can offer personnel access. A converted piggery is attached to the barn of brick construction which also can be used for a workshop or storage.
NOTE Within the area, similar outbuildings serving neighbouring properties have been converted to residential accommodation but if considering this we would be advise to contact the local planning department before making any decisions to proceed to purchase.