An intriguing pied-à-terre for the discerning purchaser, situated in the very heart of the town Conservation Area, which has been restored and renovated to an exacting specification.
Appropriately named to any Yachtsman due to its location close to the historic and picturesque Quay Hill, the cottage is constructed of whitened brick and features newly installed traditional small pane sash casements, the whole set under a steep pitched slate roof.
The accommodation, arranged over 2 principal floors, features an intriguing bedroom set on a mezzanine level over the first floor sitting room with its adjacent traditional bathroom. Opening directly off Captains Row the ground floor, with its natural wood flooring, provides for a bespoke coastal colour themed through kitchen/dining room with a painted stairwell to one side that serves a charming riverside sitting room which affords a fine vista out over the mellow roofs that cluster around the neighbouring old Town Quay with the backdrop of the river moorings.
mezzanine bedroom, bathroom, first floor sitting room, through kitchen/dining room.
ACCOMMODATION IN MORE DETAL Painted panelled door with obscure glazed inset opens to:
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM A splendid room currently sub-divided with a square archway. Exposed natural wood floor covering throughout. Comprising:
DINING AREA With a traditional fireplace recess incorporating a tiled hearth. Adjacent range of open display storage and cupboards. Wall mounted thermostat control. 2 wall light points.
KITCHEN Fitted with a range of painted carved store cabinets to both base and high level with surrounding wood capped, tiled worksurfaces incorporating a 4 ring Neff hob set over a base oven and grill with pull-out Neff canopy extractor over. Belfast style sink with traditional monobloc pillar style tap with concealed Miele washer/dryer to side. Built-in Miele fridge/freezer. Recessed ceiling lights. Concealed Worcester 28i Junior gas fired boiler for heating and hot water requirements throughout the property. Understairs cloaks hanging area. Turnaround stairs ascending to the first floor.
On The First Floor
SITTING ROOM Exposed wooden floor covering throughout. Exposed ceiling beamwork. Part vaulted with painted wood panelled ceiling. 2 wall light points. Small pane sash style casement to the rear affording a fine outlook over the old town with a characteristic mellow tiled roof, the backdrop of the public quay and visitor moorings. Natural wood panelled door opens to:
BATHROOM Suite comprised of a panelled bath set in a painted wood surround with traditional Victorian style chromium shower mixer facility, with separate overhead Bristan drencher style shower and glazed side screen. Matching pedestal wash hand basin with mosaic relief and low-level WC. Contrasting mosaic tiling to principal walls. Painted wood panelling in part to dado height. Ceramic tiled floor. Painted wood ceiling with recessed downlighting.
BEDROOM 1 A mezzanine bedroom accessed via a ladder style stairwell with painted wood panelled walls and ceiling. Access to areas of eaves storage. Velux affording a window to the riverside.
SERVICES All main services are connected. The services and equipment remaining with the property have not been tested by John D Wood & Co. and we are unable to verify that they are in working order.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS All items usually denominated as fixtures and fittings, apart from those mentioned specifically in these particulars, are excluded from the sale.
DIRECTIONS From our office on the High Street, turn right and proceed down the hill. At the bottom of the hill on the right hand side you will find Captains Row (no vehicular right turn). Proceed along Captains Row and the property will be found on the left hand side and is numbered.
VIEWING Strictly By Appointment by John D Wood & Co.