High Street, Brenchley, Kent, TN12
- Historic Village
- Well-proportioned rooms
- Period features
- Attractive courtyard garden
- Mainline station 3 miles
A most attractive, sympathetically restored attached Grade II listed period cottage in the heart of this highly favoured picturesque village.
South Cottage is an historic Grade II listed property with origins of circa 16th century. Described by Historic England as an attractive and unspoiled evolved traditional house in a crucial position in an outstanding village. It has been the subject of considerable renovation works by its present owners and retains a wealth of period features.
The main features of the property include:
Sitting Room a characterful good sized room with an impressive Inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove and bay window to the front with window seat.
Dining Room an attractive space with a fireplace and two windows to the front.
Study with a vaulted ceiling and a window overlooking the courtyard.
Kitchen with a range of bespoke units, granite working surfaces and electric Aga, opening to the Breakfast Room with a roof lantern and bi-fold doors opening to the courtyard. Inner hall with door to cellar.
Three Double Bedrooms on the first floor leading off of a spacious vaulted landing to one side is a well fitted Family Bathroom with separate shower and vaulted ceiling.
Principle Bedroom is arranged over the whole of the second floor with bedroom, dressing room and good size en suite bathroom with separate shower.
Attractive south facing cottage gardens to the front with a view to the 13th century church. The property also has a most attractive walled private courtyard to the rear with gazebo and numerous further seating areas.
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