Gap on the Move


41 Main Street

This distinctive house will have it′s origins dating to circa early 1800′s and is of traditional stone construction under a pitched roof overlaid with slate. In more recent times the property has been extended to the rear, this formed by way of brick under a timber frame flat roof.

The interior of the property is well decorated and the accommodation is arranged over 2 floors to comprise: Entrance Vestibule with timber front door, the inner door is timber and comprises a period acid etched glass panel. The Hall provides access to the living room, dining room and shower room and there is a stair off to the upper floor. The Living Room has a window to front, alcove with timber shelves and a wood burning stove. The living room opens through to the Dining Room and this space has a built in shallow shelved cupboard. The Dining Room is open through to the attractive and stylish Kitchen recently fitted by the present owners. The Kitchen comprises a good range of contemporary cabinets extending at base and wall mounted levels and providing ample work surface space, the work surfaces being in oak. There is an integrated ceramic hob and extractor canopy, column mounted oven and inset sink. he kitchen space connects through to a rear vestibule where there is a window to rear and timber / glass back door. From the vestibule there is access through to the Utility Room which has window to side and is equipped with sink and plumbing for automatic washing machine. The Shower Room, with roof light, comprises wash hand basin, easy access shower space and a w.c. There is an electric shower unit over the shower area.

Upstairs. There is a window to rear over the stairwell and from the landing there are doors off to the 3 bedrooms. Bedroom 1, a double bedroom has window front and side. Bedroom 2, also a double bedroom has window to rear over garden. Bedroom 3, a single bedroom has window to front. Central heating is by way of oil. The central heating boiler is located in a cabinet in the back garden. Windows are principally single glazed in an astragaled fashion in timber sash casements. The kitchen window is double glazed in uPVC casement.

The property extends to provide an excellent garden, this extends from the rear of the house and is enclosed by timber paling fence and wall. There is vehicle access to the garden and presently there is a paved driveway. However there is ample scope for the erection of a garage (any development for a garage may require local authority consent). There is a timber shed and further timber built log store. The garden is presently fashioned in grass. There is a pathway at the side of the house which affords access from the village square.

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