Entering the home through the front door the entrance hall welcomes you into the property, with door into the main living room and staircase to the first floor.
13' 5'' x 15' 6'' (max) (4.09m x 4.72m)
The warm and inviting living space is exactly what you would imagine from a property of this age, with a fireplace (which is currently not in use) making the perfect focal point of the room. A window to the front aspect overlooks the garden and the room itself is comfortably large enough to accommodate lounge and dining furniture.
10' 0'' x 10' 2'' (max) (3.05m x 3.10m)
To the back of the home we find the kitchen, which although has all the convenience of a modern fitted kitchen with high and low level storage, also shouts of the history of the property. The original iron stove is still in situ and now makes a beautiful feature and is a real talking point. There are wood block effect work surfaces, a stainless steel sink and drainer, and space for appliances including cooker and fridge-freezer. from here there is an external door taking you out into the rear courtyard.
First Floor Landing
Climb the partially carpeted wooden staircase to the landing which allows for access to the bathroom and first bedroom.
13' 8'' x 10' 8'' (max) (4.16m x 3.25m)
Off of the first floor landing and with views out to Longleat Forest and Cley Hill this room has a feature fireplace and comfortably houses your double bed.
A lovely large bathroom suite comprising a panelled bath with shower over, low level WC and a wash hand basin. The room has a window to the rear aspect, and mosaic effect flooring. There is a large storage cupboard housing the central heating boiler, and there is plumbing for a washing machine if you should wish to capitalise on the convenience of doing your washing upstairs. Tiling to splash backs.
13' 5'' x 13' 3'' (4.09m x 4.04m)
The biggest of the bedrooms and tucked up on the second floor with far reaching views over the surrounding areas.
11' 8'' (max) x 8' 5'' (3.55m x 2.56m)
The smallest of the rooms but still housing a double bed. The rear aspect window provides views over the rooftops of Keyford.
Whether you are a keen gardener or you need some some space for the children to play in safety then the garden to the front of the home is the ideal spot for you. There are planting and herbaceous borders which edge the grass lawn, and a wooden picket fence immediately in front of the house keeps everything looking neat and tidy. To one end of the garden there is a block built storage shed and access gate to one side.
Rear Courtyard and Outhouse
Whilst the front garden is perfect for the green fingered homeowner this courtyard is just the spot to enjoy a quiet cup of tea as you read the morning paper - British weather permitting!
The stone built outhouse is a great storage area and could easily be used as a utility room.