From the entrance on Lower Street there is a lobby before entering the sitting room. This is spacious room with period features that reflect the age of the property. There is an impressive inglenook fireplace to one end housing an open fire grate. To the other end of the sitting room is an ancient plank and muntin screen and throughout the room are exposed ceiling timbers. The room is light and has an open outlook over a small public garden opposite and up the road towards the town.
From the room, three steps down take you into the dining room. This was formerly the living room of No.4 Lower Street and still retains the entrance door which could allow for independent access to this part of the house if required. This light and spacious room has plenty of space to accommodate a family dining table or could provide a second sitting room.
From the sitting room a part glazed door leads in to the kitchen. A gas fired Rayburn provides for cooking and heats the hot water. The kitchen has a range of modern units of floor and wall cupboards and drawers. There is plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher and space for an electric cooker to supplement the Rayburn. In addition to the storage in the kitchen there is a walk-in larder with fitted shelving and providing space for a fridge. There is a stainless steel sink unit and this is positioned with an outlook into the courtyard.
From the kitchen a latch door opens to the staircase to the first floor. The original wooden staircase and galleried landing, exposed ceiling timbers and panelled doors create the atmosphere of the house's historic past. There are three bedrooms with windows to the front elevation overlooking the garden opposite. Two are good size double bedrooms, the master bedroom being particularly spacious and having fitted wardrobes to one wall. The third bedroom is currently used as an office and would be ideal as a study or child's bedroom. From the landing a couple of steps up lead to the third bedroom - a double room with an outlook to the side out across a neighbouring garden. There is a large family bathroom, recently fitted with a white suite comprising an enamelled bath, corner shower enclosure with electric shower, modern hand basin with vanity unity and illuminated mirror above, low level w.c. and wall cupboards. There is a towel rail/radiator and extractor fan.
Returning to the dining room a door leads to a rear lobby where there is a shelved store cupboard and cupboard housing the central heating boiler which heats this part of the house. A straight flight staircase leads to the first floor where there is a galleried landing and alcove shelving. A rooflight provides natural light into the stairwell. There is a split level double bedroom and immediately adjacent is a shower room with W.C. and wash hand basin. Because of the separation from the other part of the house and the fact this was a separate cottage, there is potential to create an annexe or a living space with income potential. There is already a separate electric consumer unit and gas boiler to this part of the property.
A track runs alongside the house. This is in the ownership of No. 2-4 Lower Street and the neighbours have a right of way over it. Double timber doors open from the track into the courtyard parking area.
Surrounding the courtyard are a number of sheds and stores, these are currently used as a log store, freezer store, boiler house and outside W.C. The 'Old Bakehouse' is a two storey building which could provide for a number of uses. It has a power and light supply, an insulated loft space with both casement window and roof light and the roof has recently been replaced with a new slate one.