Mulberry cottage is a charming detached period cottage nestled in a truly unique central village location away from the main highways of the village and offers huge scope to extend and improve, subject to planning permission and Listed Building consent. The property was re-thatched in 2002. There is a pedestrian access via Walden Road and a vehicular access via Church Walk leading to the detached double garage (17' 5" x 16' 6") which could, potentially, be used to create a small annexe or office/study. Accommodation comprises a rear entrance door leading to the small inner hall with pantry cupboard and log store within, stairs to the first floor and an adjacent shower room/WC. Double doors lead to the sitting room with exposed timbers, open fireplace and bay window and leads to the original front entrance lobby and pretty porch area. A door connects to the dining room with bay window and brick fireplace and double doors lead to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with a Stoves electric oven and 4-ring electric hob, space and plumbing for a washing machine, fridge and dishwasher. A stable door gives access to the walled rear courtyard. A trap-door leads into the useful cellar (13' 3" x9' 5"). The conservatory has tiled flooring with French doors leading to the rear garden. To the first floor, the landing has an airing cupboard and leads to the large master bedroom which is fitted with two wardrobe cupboards and an eaves storage cupboard and has a twin aspect. There are two further bedrooms with fitted cupboards and Victorian cast iron fireplaces to all the bedrooms. The bathroom is fitted with a white suite and heated towel rail.
Externally, if accessed from Church Walk, adjacent to the double garage is an entrance gate leading to the delightful part-wooded gardens which are mainly lawned with a rear sun terrace with adjacent ornamental pond and a garden room (13' 7" x 6' 5") with radiator. In all, the plot measures approx. 0.6 of an acre. Pedestrian access to the property can be gained from Walden Road through the archway between the former village stores and The Old Bakery.