8 Rosewall Cottages is a charming semi-detached house built in 1944 at the lower end of The Stennack and benefits from lots of original character, a light and elevated aspect above the Stennack river and on-street parking for one car outside the property when available.
Sitting/dining room. Bright and attractive with original features including (ornamental) fireplace with a Constance Spry decorative fire-screen, vintage furniture, 3 settees, TV and DVD player and dining table with 6 Ercol chairs. Front window looks over the Stennack valley and the back window looks in to the leafy courtyard for the morning sun. Storage heater.
Newly fitted kitchen. A bright and spacious room with beautiful bamboo worktops, ample storage space, porcelain sink and drainer overlooking side yard, gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge with wine cooler, washing machine and dishwasher. Door to to back yard. Storage heater.
Bathroom. Bath with shower over, wash basin, WC and towel rail.
Bedroom 1. Spacious, double-aspect room with double bed and antique furniture including chest of drawers and bureau. Small wardrobe and flatscreen TV. Storage heater.
Bedroom 2. Double bed, bedside drawers and lamp, chest and chair. Window above the Stennack.
Bedroom 3. 4' bed, chest of drawers and lamp. Small flatscreen TV. Window overlooking yard.
Shower room. Small room with shower, wash basin, WC, towel rail and extractor fan.
The back yard is beneath a garden set in to a cliff with washing line, table and chairs. Please note, the higher garden section is not for guests' use as it is very steep and children and dogs must be supervised. There is a side alley with bin storage.
Rosewall Cottages is approached by the side of County Carpets (the former fire-station) and is a dead end street. It is necessary to reverse back down from the parking space outside the property.