Hunters are delighted to offer this superb opportunity to acquire a truly unique semi-detached property situated in the heart of Caldy Village. Having remained in the current owner’s family for four generations, the property is believed to be the oldest in Caldy and possibly has origins dating back many centuries. Being steeped in history, the Grade II listed property was originally know as Callots Farm and Corner Cottage was the dairy. This single storey property is filled with fascinating period features to include a bread oven and cast iron diamond shaped windows, ships timbers in the roof, exposed ceiling beams and an exposed ‘A’ frame in the lounge. There is evidence of wattle and daub to the walls and elevations are finished in red sandstone with black and white Tudor panelling and roof areas surfaced in slate with impressive sandstone chimneys that really do make this a one of a kind property.
Period cottage style front door leads to:-
4.19m (13' 9") x 4.06m (13' 4")
With original ‘A’ frame beams, feature sandstone fireplace with cast iron grate and living flame gas fire, alcove with display shelves and windows to front and rear.
Stable door leads to court-yard.
2.36m (7' 9") x 1.65m (5' 5")
Original cast iron diamond shaped window and replacement gas fired central heating boiler.
4.42m (14' 6") x 4.27m (14' 0")
Comprising numerous pine floor, wall and drawer cupboards with inset sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, island unit with ceramic hob and further tall unit with double oven. Windows to front and rear and access to loft storage area.
4.17m (13' 8") measured into wardrobes x 3.84m (12' 7")
Six sectional wardrobe and two windows to rear.
With suite in white comprising panel bath, pedestal wash basin, low flush close coupled wc, window to rear and airing cupboard.
Shared front pathway leads to front door with lawned front garden. Gated vehicle access leads to cobble stone courtyard with access to two garages.