Garden Cottage is a beautifully presented traditional stone built ‘back cottage,’ enjoying a sheltered aspect in the quiet hamlet of Cordon. Accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, shower room and ground floor bedroom with ensuite bathroom. On the upper floor is two further bedrooms, one single and one double.
Garden Cottage as the name suggests is a cosy traditional appended back cottage. Access to the cottage is through the white picket garden gate between Evanton and Arthurlie Cottage, the pathway leads to the rear of the Arthurlie Cottage and into the shared courtyard. The front door opens into the entrance hall of the cottage which is neutrally decorated and beautifully presented making it a light, bright and airy cottage.
The generous entrance hall accommodates the stairs to the upper floor and there is hanging space for wet weather gear. The double frosted glass doors open from the hall into the spacious L-shaped lounge dining room, where you are immediately greeted with the lovely view over the garden through the full-length windows of the lounge.
The cosy lounge with inset woodburning stove is well lit with double aspect full length windows and patio doors out to the south facing garden. At the rear of the lounge there is space for a dining table and access through to the hallway leading to the kitchen, shower room and ground floor bedroom with ensuite bathroom.
The well designed kitchen overlooking the garden is fully fitted with contemporary white wall and base units with complementary wood effect worktop and splash back, integrated electric oven/grill, hob fridge freezer and washing machine.
The spacious ground floor bedroom at the end of the hallway enjoys the views over the garden and the ensuite bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite, double end bath with shower over and is partially tiled.
The low maintenance flat garden is to the rear of the cottage, bounded by fencing and hedging. It is mostly laid to lawn and and planted with mature shrubs and trees with a peaceful paviour ‘sun trap’ patio area beside the cottage and a timber shed.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.