Entrance Hall Leaded lattice part glazed front door. Flagstone floorand exposed ceiling timbers. To the right
Dining Room15'9" x 11'2" (4.8m x 3.4m). With an original, large stone inglenook fireplace, with impressive old oak lintel, housing an oil fired, Esse range cooker, built in storage to either side. Exposed wall and ceiling timbers. Part slate tiled flooring. Cloaks cupboard built in cupboard to the side of the chimney breast, which conceals the original bread oven. Windows to the front and rear. Large wooden door & step up to
Kitchen15'9" x 7'7" (4.8m x 2.31m). With hand made, limed oak, built-in kitchen furniture with electric ceramic hob and separate oven, plumbing for dishwasher / washing machine, stainless steel sink 1 1/2 bowl sink unit, windows to the front and side, and stairs up to
Main Bedroom15'9" (4.8m)( at floor level) x 17'9" (5.4m) (max). A spacious room, with exposed timbers and beams, a large cupboard built into the side of the chimney breast, wardrobe, window to the rear overlooking the gardens, and a small en-suite wc, with hand basin. From hallway to the left
Parlour15'9" x 14'1" (4.8m x 4.3m). Another impressive, large stone inglenook fireplace, housing an open fire with a large copper hood. Exposed timbers, an oak panelled wall, windows to the front and rear, and a door to the side of the firplace opening to the original stone stairs rising to first floor bedrooms. From the back of the room, wooden latch door to
Lobby5'4" x 4'8" (1.63m x 1.42m). With plumbing for a washing machine and door to
Bathroom With fitted carpet, wood panelled wall, large corner bath, hand basin and wc, and window to the side. From parlour, stairs rise up to
Bedroom 215'9" (4.8m) (at floor level) x 11'6" (3.5m). With a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, a window overlooking the garden at the rear, and a cupboard built into the side of the chimney breast. A door at the rear opens to
Bedroom 315'9" (4.8m) (at floor level) x 6'9" (2.07m). with exposed timbers and a gable end window, with two, built-in single beds.
Outside The garden at Yeomans Cottage are a particular delight, and surround the cottage on all 4 sides. At the rear it is mostly south facing, mainly laid to lawn with numerous beds and borders, all well stocked with a variety of mature fruit trees, plants and shrubs. A network of paths lead to various secluded and hidden areas, and a gravelled seating area, sectioned off by a rustic wooden structure, which provides an ideal spot to sit and enjoy the garden. To the side is a large wooden garage with a workshop at the back. There is additional space for parking several cars.