Situated within the village conservation area of Hunsdon, is this charming Grade II Listed Gothic style cottage, forming the end property of a picturesque group of six. Set behind a traditional Pickett fenced front garden, the white washed elevations sit beneath a steep handmade clay tiled roof, flush boxed sash windows and attractive scalloped barge boards. The pretty tiled porch, from which the cottage gets its name, features a lovely fitted seat, perfect for a morning cup of tea.
The entrance door opens into the character filled living room, sub-divided by an open studwork partition. The lounge and dining areas each have red brick fireplaces, one having a wood burning stove, the other with a gas fired stove, each flanked by bespoke fitted oak storage cupboards (one housing the electric meter). The room also features a rustic engineered oak floor, cloaks and under stair cupboards. To the rear is the triple aspect kitchen with a door leading out to the cottage gardens. The kitchen is fitted in a range of cream coloured units with wood effect work tops and inset enamel sink. Integrated appliances include; double oven, ceramic hob, cooker hood, dishwasher, fridge and washing machine. Tumbled marble floor and walls adds to the character.
To the first floor is a landing providing access to the bedrooms and bathroom. The master bedroom has a wealth of period features, with a red brick chimney breast and exposed stud work. A range of fitted wardrobes offer ample storage. The second bedroom has a red brick chimney breast and flanking bespoke fitted wardrobes. The well-fitted bathroom has a white suite including a shower unit over the bath, heated towel rail and fitted storage cupboards (one housing the recently fitted gas boiler). Read more