Cherry Plum Cottage
93 Mill Street
The cottage has been its current owner’s home for the last 30 years.
Over this period of time it has been lovingly and sympathetically restored and developed to create a contemporary Listed cottage to meet the needs of modern living. The cottage has the benefit of copious oak beams that are treated with bee’s wax; a traditional finish.
The cottage consists of three double bedrooms.
The contemporary kitchen has integrated Neff appliances, a Franke sink boiler tap, Induction hob with glass splash back, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a ducted extractor.
The kitchen has many soft close pull-out storage devices.
Water softener in the kitchen loft feeds the complete cottage.
The family bathroom has a modern Aqualisa digital shower unit with a glass shower screen over the bath. A due fuel heated towel rail allows towels to be dried during the summer without the central heating being on. A silent extractor fan, and a shaver socket located in the wall cabinet.
The ground-floor wet-room has underfloor heating and a modern Aqualisa digital shower unit with a folding glass shower screen, 2 shaver sockets and a silent extractor fan.
Heating is supplied by central heating and cast-iron log burner in the inglenook fireplace
A green oak framed dayroom with multiple glass doors that views over the landscaped garden and ponds.
A large detached garage with an electric up and over door includes workshop bench and copious shelving and storage loft. It also houses a washing machine and tumble dryer and room for a second freezer if required.
The rear of the garage could be converted to a home office if required and still have room for storage and a car
There is parking on the drive for at least three cars with space for another in the garage.
There is plentiful storage in the cottage with built-in cupboards in all bedrooms; two easily accessible boarded lofts with lights; a novelty cupboard in the living room and under stairs storage in the dining room.
The internal doors are made from reclaimed pine that shows their age and are fitted with wrought iron hinges and hand-crafted oak latches.
Log burning stove in the inglenook.
Copious ragstone walls that are a feature of the village have been restored and added to over the last 25 years.