Tucked away on a quiet terrace within the conservation area and within walking distance to the ever popular market town, this charming four bedroom period terrace house boasts character and period features throughout. The ground floor accommodation comprises of a large open plan space including an extended kitchen area with beautiful slate flagstone style flooring, handmade kitchen with a central island overlooking the dining area, and a large contemporary roof light bathing the area with light. The dining room and the living room have also been opened up with access either side of a central staircase. The area boasts both a wood burning stove and a large open fire. On the first floor you will find two bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the second floor there are a further two double bedrooms including a master bedroom with ensuite shower room and a walk in wardrobe. Original wooden floors and doors have been lovingly restored throughout the property. The garden is situated to the front of the property and are divided into two separate areas. The first is attached to the house and has a lawn flanked with mature borders. The second part of the garden has more of an open feel and is what gives this terrace a rare sense of community. The garden has a number of mature fruit trees and the second portion has traditionally been used for vegetable growing. At the bottom of the garden there is a large office which will have a wood and glass construction which will be insulated and have electric. EPC - F, Council Tax Band - B, Services - Mains electricity, Mains gas, Mains water, Mains drainage.