This village house is narrow at the front and widens out towards the back. The present owner has completed some renovations so that the house is sound and dry, but it needs more internal work.
On the ground floor the front door opens into the old kitchen, and at the back of the kitchen is an enormous storeroom - this is in an unfinished state and would be an ideal place for an internal staircase. There is a basic bathroom which is also on the ground floor, to the side of the kitchen.
An outside staircase leads to the upper floor, where there is a room at the front with a small, triangular shaped balcony. Two further large rooms are at the rear of the property.
The addition of an internal staircase would make the two separate floors and rather strange arrangement of rooms much more usable.
The original stone building is now partly obscured by the modern balcony addition, but there is potential for making the house pretty again, particularly with the acquisition of the adjoining stone barn which is for sale separately.
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