The cottages are a pair of roadside cottages in Rigsby, adjacent to the access to Rigsby House and Rigsby Church. This is a quiet wood side spot with only one other property on the road side. The farmstead is 200 metres beyond.
Access is from the gravelled drive, with sufficient private parking for two vehicles. There is ample room for reversing, before rejoining the highway.
There are two steps up to the double glazed and heated entry porch, this opens onto the kitchen/diner and to the lounge beyond. Level access can be obtained from the door on the front elevation, if desired. This door opens directly onto the upstairs footwell, with doors off to the left and right to the lounge and cloakroom respectively.
The stairs to the upper floor are steep but straight, typical for a country cottage, with a handrail on the left side. These open onto an upper foot-well, with one further step into the bathroom beyond, or onto an access corridor to the two bedrooms. A grab rail is provided for your convenience and a nightlight is plugged into an adjacent socket to highlight this step, should you wish to use the bathroom during the night.
The bedrooms, access corridor, upper foot-well and lounge are fully carpeted. The bathroom, lower foot-well and the cloak room have Vinyl flooring. The kitchen, dining area and double glazed porch have laminate flooring. Care must be taken if this type of flooring gets wet.
Smoke alarms are fitted on both floors and a fire extinguisher and fire blanket in the kitchen. Emergency escape is via either door, or via the casement windows to the front elevation. Windows on the side and rear elevations are double glazed.
The garden area is reasonably level, save for one grassy hump, the remnants of an old beech tree and a slightly raised paved pathway from the front to the rear doors. A rear courtyard is concreted and may be slippery if covered with beech tree leaves in the autumn or when wet.