Heather Cottage (3 bed 6/7 person + cot) is a two storey Cottage with Living Area, Kitchen, Shower Room and Bedroom space to the ground floor with the upper floor housing Bedroom and En-suite Bathroom.
The upper floor is accessed via a timber half spiral space saver staircase (not suitable for young or old people to climb). The property has a full central heating system with hot water on demand from the oil fired Combination Boiler.
Two entrance doors serve the Cottage, one directly into the Kitchen and the other into the Living Area.
The ground floor is split giving individual areas.
The Living Area is furnished with one single-seat, one two seat and one three-seat settees, side board, coffee tables, table lamps, TV Unit, TV with dvd, video and ‘free view’, book case and radio/dvd, cassette. A functional wood burning stove features part of this room.
The Diner Area consists of a table with six chairs, and is set adjacent to the kitchen. A large storage cupboard houses the vacuum cleaner, iron, ironing board and small lockable security box.
Kitchen comprises of floor situated combination boiler, electrical cooker, fridge & freezer, dish washer, microwave and all necessary cutlery, crockery, pots pans etc. these are all housed in solid timber kitchen units with hardwood worktop.
The main bedroom, is set off link corridor (Diner Area to Living Area), it comprises of double bed with bedside units, table lamps, alarm clock, wardrobe and chest of drawers. The hair dryer is housed in this room.
The second bedroom is also off the corridor, it comprises a bunk bed, bedside units, table lamps, alarm clock, dressing table and wardrobe.
The Shower Room is opposite the two bedrooms and is furnished with vanity style sink and toilet, shower unit with thermostatic controls.
The third bedroom (second floor via half spiral stair) has en-suite bathroom with bath (low head room) and hair rinse/body wash shower attachment, sink and wc.
The bedroom itself has a single bed and a three-quarter bed, bedside units, table lamps, alarm clock, chest of drawers and built in wardrobe.
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