The property is a Grade II listed building and dates back to 1611, and retains the traditional stone walls, open log fires and wooded beamed ceilings throughout the property.
It is situated in the town centre with stunning views all round of outstanding scenery.
A quirky and charming house it comprises lounge/dining room, the lounge with large open fire, kitchen with traditional AGA and rear entrance door leading to rear garden. From the dining room is a balcony which overlooks the rear garden with open countryside views. The cellar has been converted to a games room to include a snooker table, dartboard and bar as well as other games for guests entertainment. To the first floor are 3 bedrooms and bathroom/w.c. 2 double bedrooms with the third bedroom having 2 x single beds and doorway leading through to the family bathroom. The family bathroom is also accessed via the hallway. To the second floor is the master bedroom with ensuite which includes a sauna. Externally there are paved and gravelled gardens, ideal for sitting and admiring the views. There is also a pizza oven in the back garden and Lay-Z-Spa Hot tub. Please note that the hot tub can only be used above 4 degrees. There is on street parking to the front of the property.