- Stunning character family home in the heart of the village
- Additional one bedroom detached thatched period cottage
- Range of further outbuildings
- Three spacious reception rooms, four bedrooms in main house & further accommodation in cottage
- Approaching 3000 SqFt gross internal living space to main house with a further 295 SqFt cottage
- Outstanding location on the picturesque High Street
Braddens Yard is most attractive Grade II listed period family home set in stunning walled gardens extending to approximately 0.4 acres featuring the unusual advantage of a detached one bedroom cottage in the grounds. Internally the main house is beautifully presented with a wealth of period features including many exposed ceiling and wall timbers and open fireplaces. On entering the property a welcoming entrance hall provides access to a well-proportioned sitting room with an inglenook fireplace and wood-burning stove, dining room capable of hosting a dining table for eight or more with large inglenook fireplace, a well equipped kitchen fitted with a range of bespoke oak units with integrated appliances and a two-oven gas Aga which in turn opens out into a breakfast / family room with French windows leading into the garden. Beyond is a useful utility room with a back door. A short corridor leading from the dining room leads to a cloakroom and a large study. The cellar is a good size and provides dry storage. The master bedroom is a bright, dual aspect room with fitted wardrobes, leading to a dressing room with further fitted wardrobes and a bathroom. Bedroom two is a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes. The family shower room is a good size room. To the second floor, passing by a cupboard door leading to extensive eaves storage, there are two further double bedrooms with an interconnecting landing.
Outside, with a good degree of privacy provided by the high stone walls that surround the grounds, the garden is laid mainly to lawn with intricately planted flower and shrub beds and borders, an oak summerhouse and a large paved terrace providing space for outside dining during the warmer months. A gap in the wall leads through to a ‘hidden garden’ orchard, also enclosed by stone walls, with fruit trees and a large garden store and workshop, which would make a fantastic home office. To the front of the property, there is a thatched garage and thatched, two storey detached cottage known as ‘the bothy’. This character building is a ‘one up, one down’ cottage with a double bedroom upstairs and a sitting room downstairs with a single storey side extension housing a shower room. Ample driveway parking, accessed by a five-bar gate, completes the outside space.