These two semi detached properties are both character homes dating to the 1800s and the grounds include a large adjacent workshop/garage, formerly a blacksmiths and originally the elementary dame school for the area. Benefits include its convenient location, large rear 100ft gardens plus the opportunity to update, convert and/or extend (stpp)
Set back from the road, it is believed the original property was built during the reign of George III either as one house or a pair of cottages.
Character features abound; For example, in the living room of no 100 and of particular note, the large brick fireplace houses the original bread oven
Attached to no 98 is a large vaulted roof building. Originally the old 1832 Dame school and now used as a workshop / garage, it features double doors and additional door to both the rear and the side drive. The original schoolroom’s brick fireplace also features. This building could be used for a multitude of purposes with the future opportunity to convert to a residential extension, separate annexe etc (stpp)
Properties of this nature rarely come to the market and thus an early viewing is highly recommended.
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