Inside this captivating three-bedroom cottage in Robin Hoods Bay
These include open beamed ceilings, sash windows, wide floorboards, internal doors that are believed to be 17th Century, and period fireplaces.
The character aspects of the three-bedroom cottage blend easily with modern kitchen and bathroom suites, and there is gas central heating throughout.
Situated just yards from the dock with its slipway onto the beach, the cottage is currently a private home.Its charming interior has an entrance lobby with staircase up, and entry to the lounge with a recessed central fireplace, wooden floor, beamed ceiling and two front sash windows to the front.
An archway leads through to the kitchen that has modern units with Beech working surfaces and splash-backs, a matching breakfast bar and walk-in larder cupboard.
Within the units there is an inset ceramic sink unit, with a range of integral appliances including induction hob and oven, fridge and dish washer.
There is a small dining area, built-in cupboard and door to the side.
A utility and boiler room has plumbing in place for a downstairs toilet if required. The Worcester gas central heating boiler is sited here.From the first floor landing are panel doors and a winding staircase to the second floor.
One beamed double bedroom with an en suite shower room has a period fire grate within a central fireplace, an exposed wooden floor, recessed cupboard and sash window to the front.
A further double bedroom with beams and sash window has a built-in cupboard and wooden floor, and the bathroom includes both bath and shower within its white suite.A narrow walkway leads off the landing to a door to the staircase up to the second floor and attic bedroom that has attractive views over the village to the south and a Velux to the rear.
Within this room are exposed purlins and joists, original wide floorboards and a small built-in cupboard.