This cottage for sale is thought to be one of the oldest properties in the area and has “delightful” countryside views.
Cracky Hill Cottage, in Tregadillett, is a period home with character features throughout, including an inglenook fireplace, window seats, exposed beamed ceilings and stonework.
There is also an annexe to the property, which was the original barn for the cottage.
The house is entered through a wooden stable door into a porch with flagstone flooring and a solid wooden door.
The sitting room features an inglenook fireplace with a stone surround and a slate hearth, two window seats, ceiling beams and built-in display cabinets with coloured glass fronts.
Further through the ground floor is the kitchen, which has an oil-fired AGA cooker and a stable door to the rear porch, while the dining room has sliding patio doors and exposed ceiling beams.
Completing this level of the home is a study/bedroom with an en-suite shower room, and the rear porch.
Upstairs, there is built-in storage on the landing, with the master bedroom also benefiting from built-in storage, an en-suite bathroom and views over the countryside.
There are two further bedrooms on this floor, one which has a window seat, and a family bathroom.
The annexe, the original barn, includes a sitting room with a wood-burning stove and a stone surround, a conservatory, a kitchen, and a bedroom with an en-suite shower room.
Outside, the main house is approached by a gravelled driveway with off-road parking for multiple vehicles.
The gardens wrap around the front, side and rear of the cottage, with mature flowers, shrubs and plants throughout.
There is also a pergola off the dining room, as well as a patio area, two pongs, a garden shed and a chicken coop, while outside the annexe is a low maintenance courtyard.
The property is being sold by Kivells for a price of £675,000.
The agent commented: “Kivells are delighted to have the opportunity to sell this charming detached character two reception, four-bedroom cottage with excellent one bedroom annex in a tranquil, sheltered and sunny location. Convenient location with good food village pub within walking distance. Simply wonderful.”