The Mill House itself is built of traditional stone construction with a brick/breeze block extension all set under a slate roof. The spacious accommodation is set out over 4 floors and is laid out in more detail within the floorplans. …
The Mill House itself is built of traditional stone construction with a brick/breeze block extension all set under a slate roof. The spacious accommodation is set out over 4 floors and is laid out in more detail within the floorplans. The kitchen and public rooms are located on the first floor and include a bright sun room, double aspect kitchen and drawing room which overlooks the front garden, with a bright studio and living room and two bedrooms on the ground floor. There are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. The attic space has been tastefully converted to provide coombed accommodation currently used as a study and as further ancillary accommodation with each room benefitting from Velux windows allowing an abundance of light. The ground level is accessed either from the boiler room or via a door into the studio which leads from the lawned garden area to the front of the property.
The property is surrounded by an attractive garden with a large area of lawn to the front of the property which is enclosed by several large specimen broadleaved trees and a number of rhododendrons, plants and shrubs which provide a plethora of colour throughout the summer months. The garden ground included with The Mill House (Lot 1) in total extends to approximately 0.28 Ha (0.69 Acres) or thereby.
There are useful outbuildings comprising:
Adjacent to the house there is a small bothy, formerly the “Time Keepers Bothy” which was used to clock staff in and out at the Cotton Mill. The building is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof.
Of brick built construction under a tile roof. Adjacent to the garage there is a workshop shed and two further garden stores.