A classic Grade II Listed village house
Dating from the late seventeenth-century, Grade II Listed Brookfield Cottage is a delightful thatched cottage with a most pleasing black and white façade with eyebrow dormers and leaded light windows. Internally there are wonderful period features including pretty fireplaces, a wealth of ceiling timbers and oak doors. The property is offered in excellent condition having been carefully maintained by the present owners who have lived in the property for 10 years.
The principal garden lies to the rear and is mainly laid to lawn dotted with specimen trees and well-stocked flower beds. Lovely far reaching south-east views over adjoining meadows and on to Broadway Tower in the distance can be enjoyed from the walled terrace accessed from the sitting room. To the front are two areas of lawn, dissected by a path, and generous parking areas to front and rear of the detached garage.
The accompanying floor plans illustrate the layout of the accommodation but in brief the principal aspects of the accommodation are as follows.
Well-proportioned sitting room with high ceiling and French doors leading to the terrace affording views over the garden and countryside beyond.
Double aspect family room with pretty Art Deco-style fireplace.
Dining room also with striking Art Deco-style fireplace.
Beautifully equipped farmhouse-style kitchen leading to utility/boot room and useful shower room.
Three excellent bedrooms.
Generous family bathroom with separate shower cubicle.
Garden store, greenhouse and summerhouse.
Detached garage with shower cubicle.
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