About this home
Alder Cottage and its neighbour, Oak Cottage, have been created within the walls of the original farm buildings that were already located here. We’ve retained the building’s external stonework, quirky layout and some original beams and added feature windows, including numerous overhead Velux windows. Alder Cottage has c. 2,118 sq. ft. of accommodation and is a completely unique property that strikes the perfect balance between traditional and modern. It’s entered via its landscaped garden, with a footpath and steps providing access from the separate garage and driveway.
From the front door, the entrance hall leads directly to the expansive, open plan living area that forms the heart of the home and encompasses an island kitchen and dining area, with double doors leading to a separate living room. There is a separate TV room/play room and combined WC and utility, as well as a large storage area that’s accessible via the entrance hall. Double doors open onto the garden from the living room. The garden has been paved and landscaped to create a beautiful courtyard. Attractive tiered planting includes scented and edible herbs and fruits, while traditional dry stone wall boundaries complement Alder Cottage’s natural stone exteriors. Original features have been retained that add character and nod to the building’s history, including the barn-style archway at the rear of the cottage that has been glazed to create a stunning feature window, and the natural wooden beams in the living room.
Upstairs the master suite makes the most of the building’s original layout, with an enviable walk-in wardrobe/dressing room that leads from the bedroom to the en suite shower room. Part of another original feature, the glazed archway which was once the building’s entrance, also graces another of the bedrooms. In total there are two double and two single bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Reserve now to save £15k in Stamp Duty – you’ll pay £4,750 in Stamp Duty for a sale completing by 31st March, rising to £19,750 from 1st April. Contact us to find out more and book a viewing.
Refurbished random stone elevations and natural slate roof
Aluminium windows by Rationel
Country paving to the driveway and Indian stone paving to the garden
Landscaped rear garden including tiered herb garden and feature paving
Garage with remote controlled door
Soft-close traditional or contemporary kitchen with AEG appliances
Band 1-3 quartz worktop
Traditional wood burning stove with slate hearth and oak beam mantle
Integrated wardrobes with automatic lighting to master bedroom
Contemporary chrome towel radiators
Fibre broadband ready
Low energy lighting, including down lights to kitchens and bathrooms
EV electric car charging point
Underfloor heating to the ground floor with Heatmiser discreet controls with mobile capability
Front and back doors with multi-point locking systems to a Secure by Design standard
Mains intruder alarm
*Please note that the images shown are computer generated and should only be used to give an indication of how this home will look once it’s built. Please see our disclaimer for further details.