Bramley is an historical village in North Hampshire, full of charming period properties, a 12th century church and quaint village amenities. It is here that you will find Rose Cottage, a simply beautiful Chocolate Box thatched cottage that dates back to at least the time of the English Civil War in 1642.
The property has been very well cared for over the years and the addition of a large conservatory at the rear, provides valuable extra living space to this two bedroom home that stands within a large garden plot.
The picture postcard façade of this charming home is a true reflection of what lies inside with its wealth of features that include an inglenook fireplace and wall and ceiling beams that include replacement beams upstairs from an 18th century warship.
An entrance porch welcomes you into the property and from here there are doors to a downstairs shower room and to the dining room. This lovely home benefits from two reception rooms, the afore mentioned dining room with French doors to the conservatory and a lounge where you will find that grand inglenook fireplace creating an idyllic retreat for unwinding after a busy day.
The conservatory extends a considerable area across the rear of the cottage and has delightful views over the grounds and this additional space provides a sociable layout, perfect for entertaining.
A range of cabinets border the kitchen with ample space for freestanding appliances. .
The enchanting individuality of the cottage continues along the first floor of the property, where you will find two double bedrooms. Both rooms benefit from built in wardrobes, whilst one also features an en suite bathroom.
As you enter through the gates into the shingled parking area, you are led through to the entrance and the double bay car barn. The car barn presents space for two cars along with additional roof storage.
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