Sapling Cottage is a beautiful Grade II listed cottage just a stones throw away from the centre of the pretty historic market town of Thaxted. The property had been fabulously extended and renovated by the current owners and is a wonderful fusion of period features and modern day living accommodation.
On the ground floor there is a dining room, lounge, utility area, W.C, and a large kitchen/breakfast room. Both the dining room and the lounge have exposed brickwork and beams and original flooring. The lounge also has a working wood burner which is ideal for cosy nights in. The kitchen is the hub of this character home and has been sympathetically extended by the current owners. The kitchen features a lovely range oven, luxury wall and base units, in built speakers and a wine cooler. The kitchen also has bi fold doors leading to the manicured garden which is ideal for the summer months and alfresco dining, this room is a truly wonderful entertaining space! On the ground floor there is also a utility area and a recently re- fitted luxury W.C. with wash hand basin.
On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms, all of which feature beams and provide good storage space. On this floor there is also the family bathroom which has a waterfall shower, good sized bath, separate sink unit and luxury stone tiling throughout.
To the rear of the property is a landscaped garden ,here there is a decked area just off the kitchen suitable for an outside coffee table and a few chairs and then there are steps leading to the top of the garden where there is a lovely patio for outside dining. The garden also has a shed, summer house and a wonderful eye catching water feature. The property has on street parking to the front and is located in a quiet street set back from the main road.
Sapling cottage is a truly unique and delightful home and a viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the finish and quality offered.
Thaxted is one of Britain's most attractive and well preserved small towns with it's medieval buildings and quaint streets. The town is situated in open countryside halfway between Saffron Walden and Great Dunmow. The Guildhall is a particularly wonderful building which stands out in the town as does the magnificent church of cathedral proportions. There is also a windmill which dominates the town and surrounding area. There is an abundance of amenities within the town, such as a Post Office, several public houses, restaurants, a butchers and a weekly market. Easy access to Stansted Airport, the M11 motorway and Stansted and Elsham train stations are within reach for the commuter.