Pair of cottages full of character in village setting
A PAIR of cottages full of character in a village setting is on the market with agents Howkins & Harrison.
The properties on Main Street, Higham On The Hill comprise a three-bedroom home next to a one-bedroom end-terraced one.
The agents believe they would make an ideal purchase for someone wanting to acquire both a principal home and an independent annexe, or a rental investment, or alternatively pursue the potential to convert into one large cottage, subject to any planning consents.
The cottages enjoy rear gardens extending to a fifth of an acre and backing on to open fields.
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Number 53 has two reception rooms, a refitted dining kitchen, pantry, rear lobby and guest WC with, on the first floor, three interlinking bedrooms and a bathroom.
Number 55 comprises lounge, dining area and modern kitchen with, on the first floor, a large bedroom and a bathroom.
There are also brick outbuildings, gardens and an orchard.
Higham on the Hill has a primary school, two public houses and a convenience store. More comprehensive facilities can be found either at Atherstone, about five miles away, or Nuneaton, about 1.5 miles away.
The asking price is £299,950 – and there is no upward chain.
To view, call Howkins & Harrison on 01827 718021.
Number 53 has a lounge with exposed ceiling beams, a brick-built fireplace with iron grate and tiled hearth and tongue-and-groove panelling in alcoves. Its dining kitchen has a range of refitted base units, marble effect work surfaces, tiled splash-backs, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, Baumatic four ring halogen hob, AEG single oven and grill, larder fridge and washing machine. It also has a pantry with full-height shelving.
The sitting room at number 53 has ceiling beams and a decorative brick fireplace with Charnwood multi-fuel burner set on a quarry tiled hearth. Upstairs, bedroom one has exposed beam detail; bedroom two has fitted pine wardrobes and bedroom three is a single currently used as a study/hobby room. The bathroom has a three piece suite comprising panelled bath with shower screen and shower over, pedestal wash basin and low-flush WC.
Number 55 has a lounge with a full-height brick fireplace with flagstone hearth and Charnwood multi-fuel burner. Its dining room has a ceiling beam and quarry tiled flooring; and the galley kitchen has a range of modern units to one wall with built-in Indesit single oven and grill, four-ring electric hob and work surfaces with inset sink.
The bedroom at number 55 has a tall ceiling with beams, and the bathroom has a panelled bath with shower cradle and mixer tap, pedestal wash basin and low-flush WC, electric towel radiator, extractor fan and electric wall heater.
To the rear is a log store and a gravelled sitting area. A back gate gives access to Main Street.
There is a large mainly lawned garden with trees and well-stocked borders. A gate opens onto the vegetable garden and an orchard.