Canadian Maple parquet flooring, decorative Victorian fireplace.
W.C, wash hand basin, tiled floor.
Original Manx 'chollagh' fireplace with wooden surround and wood burner inset plus original book/display shelving to either side. Beamed ceiling.
Maple parquet flooring, fireplace with painted wooden surround and inset cast iron grate, feature recessed arch, lovely views to garden, square arch to:
A lovely light and airy room featuring parquet flooring, 2 Velux roof lights, views to garden, door to garden.
Range of wall and base units with worktops, 1½ bowl sink unit, plumbed for dishwasher, oil fired Stanley range (cooking and central heating), beamed ceiling.
Built in shelving, base units, 1½ bowl sink unit, built in store.
Roof light, access to fully boarded attic with gable window.
Delightful garden views, beamed ceiling, 3 double built in wardrobes with cupboards over.
Built in wardrobes, beamed ceiling.
Panelled bath and shower attachment, wash hand basin in vanity unit, w.c., shower cubicle with 'umbrella' style shower head, built in airing cupboard housing hot water tank, shelving, wooden panelling to dado.
Steps to INNER LANDING
Beamed ceiling, roof light.
Delightful walled private and sheltered gardens abound Colby Beg. The pathway through the gardens is lighted and leads to a lawned area surrounded by flagged patio areas and 'secret' lawned areas. There are well stocked flower beds and borders and a profusion of mature shrubs and trees.
GARAGE / WORKSHOP
A few yards down Glen Road. Stone construction with double doors. Side access to rear workshop.
Travelling on the A7 through Colby towards Castletown turn left at the Colby 'Clock' and proceed up the Glen Road for approximately 200 yards to a layby on the left hand side. On the right hand side is a high stone wall with a wooden door inset. This is the entrance to the secluded private garden of Colby Beg.
Rateable Value: £128 Rates Payable: £516 approx.
Mains water, drainage and electricity
Freehold. Vacant possession on completion.
The company do not hold themselves responsible for any expenses which may be incurred in visiting the same should it prove unsuitable or have been let, sold or withdrawn.