4 Canalside Cottages is a beautifully presented end of terrace stone period property in Stoke Bruerne, on the Grand Union Canal. The property is the right hand cottage in the central group. The terrace adjoins the Canal Museum to the left, and there is a detached Indian restaurant to the right. The front stable door opens onto the towpath with just enough space for some flowers and shrubs or a garden bench. The cottage is arranged over four storeys. On the ground floor there is a good sized dining kitchen. On the first floor there is a sitting room and a shower room. On the second floor there is a double bedroom with a vaulted ceiling. Number 4 still has a basement, which is currently unconverted and is used for storage. The other three cottages in the row have successfully converted this space into dining kitchens, freeing up an extra room upstairs. There is a block paved driveway to the rear providing off street parking for one car.
The owner of this property also owns number 3, and runs them both as holiday cottages. He would consider selling the properties as a pair, as a going concern, with forward bookings for 2021.
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