The flint and brick St Edmund’s Cottage is thought to be Victorian but it has been sympathetically renovated to combine period charm with light, modern living spaces.
The Culford property’s 23ft by 14ft 5in kitchen diner is a good example of its dual character with brick flooring, exposed timbers and feature fireplace with an ornamental range alongside a range of base storage units, butler’s sink and space for range cooker.
Off the kitchen is a 13ft 7in by 10ft 2in snug, overlooking the garden, with another fine fireplace and wood burner.
The separate 16ft 9in by 14ft sitt8ing room has french windows to the garden.
There are three bedrooms, ranging from 11ft 2in by 9ft to almost 13ft square. All have exposed wooden floors and built in storage, while the two largest also have feature fireplaces.
The 11ft 2in by 7ft 4in bathroom has a Victorian-style slipper bath with shower attachment and a pedestal wash basin in period style.
The front and rear gardens are mostly lawn, but the cottage also has gravel parking for several cars and patio, an old wash house with storage area, privy and lean-to log store.