Nestled on the edge of the Great Pool close to central amenities, this three-bedroom, two-storey cottage boasts an elevated patio ideal for sunrise-watching.
Enter from the patio into an airy open-plan living area - triple aspect windows permit light to flood into this space throughout the day. Continue along the corridor to a generous master bedroom with ensuite. Across the hall sit another bedroom and family bathroom. Ascend the high-ceilinged staircase past exposed beams to a further upstairs bedroom.
Heron benefits from glorious views across the Great Pool, framed by the established treescape of the Abbey Drive on one hand, and lush woodlands of Middle Downs on the other. The cottage is steps from an outdoor pool (open May - September) – rack up some early evening lengths or devour a book on one of the surrounding sunloungers. If you need an extra bottle of wine while the barbecue is sizzling, no problem, as Tresco Stores is a minute’s walk from the patio.
The picture window in the upstairs bedroom provides epic views across the Great Pool – lose yourself amongst the meditative power of nature.
2 steps up into patio garden. Ground floor: One step up to front door; open plan kitchen / diner / lounge with views across Great Pool; separating door to double bedroom, ensuite bathroom with shower & WC; twin bedroom; bathroom with WC. First floor: Twin bedroom with views over Great Pool.
It’s somewhere else altogether – a completely independent entity with its own unique and precious culture.The Independent
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