News and Chronicle Property of the Week

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This week’s News and Chronicle Property of the Week -

Yet this week’s choice is in an absolute class of its own.

Inside it has the cosy feel of a cottage with an intriguing choice of decor which boasts flair in spades.

Owner Alison Wright who originally hails from Twechar and her partner Stephen Morrison plan to return somewhere nearer their roots after 12 happy years of making their home into an absolute gem.

Where else could you find Paddington Bear, a gramophone, nearly 200 cushions, a miner’s lamp belonging to the owner’s father and a handmade broom to ward evil spirits at the door?

Finance director Alison said: “I particularly love the way the living room leads into the conservatory, that leads into the garden and then into the kitchen.’’ You can have separate wee parties in every one of these areas.

“Because it’s all interconnected , all you have to do is walk round in a circle,’’ she added.

Talk about walk-in condition - this is one of the most pristine homes we’ve seen so far.

The price also includes an array of white goods in the magnificent country kitchen which has a French accent and frankly is the cutest room ever!

Only one bedroom has this function as thoughtful conversion work has created a dressing room and a second television room, which proves that this is not automatically a home for a growing family and would serve its function well for a couple, as it’s done for this duo. If you fancy it, you would be well advised to act fast because it looks like you’ll be one of many!