Price £735,000 Available
  • Period Semi-Detached House
  • Three/Four Bedrooms
  • River Frontage
  • Two Reception Rooms & Study
  • Double Garage & Ample Parking
  • Idyllic Location

Tucked away in a secluded location in a much sought-after village is this charming cottage, believed to date back to 1875 which is full of period charm and has a stunning landscaped garden of approx 1/3 of an acre and borders the picturesque Mells Brook. The front entrance opens into a hallway and leads through to a study, which could also be used as a guest bedroom. On the other side of the hall is a spacious dining/living room with engineered wooden floors and a fireplace with wood-burning stove. Off the living room is a fitted bathroom with shower and underfloor heating, Beyond the living room is a newly refurbished shaker-style kitchen with underfloor heating and views onto the garden and brook, with an adjoining boot room that also has underfloor heating. There is also spacious sitting and dining room with a balcony overlooking the extensive gardens. Upstairs is beautifully presented with two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower. The vendors have planning permission 2020/0197/HSE to create a further master bedroom with ensuite overlooking the brook and gardens, as well as an extension for a larger kitchen/garden room. Accessed via a gated driveway with provision for electric gates, Brook Cottage enjoys great privacy and seclusion with a tranquil setting bordering Mells Brook. There is driveway parking for several cars, a double garage as well as a large cellar underneath the house. There is also a separate carport and log store, an outside toilet, a summer house and a greenhouse, both with electrical provision and extensive external lighting.
The gardens extend to 1/3 of an acre and have been cleverly and imaginatively landscaped with newly paved entertaining areas, mature trees and shrubs, lawns, wonderful terraced beds, a pergola and ornamental fishpond, waterfall and rockery. The extensive garden boundary is made secure and private with a combination of walls, solid wooden fencing and hedges.

Entrance Hall

Living Room
18'0" X 14'1" (max) (5.49m X 4.29m (max))

Sitting Room
20'10" x 15'9" (6.35m x 4.80m)

11'6" x 7'" (3.51m x 2.13m)


11'11" x 7'10" (3.63m x 2.39m)

First Floor

Bedroom 1
11'10" x 10'6" (3.61m x 3.20m)

Bedroom 2
11'8" x 10'4" (3.56m x 3.15m)

Bedroom 3
10'7" (max) x 7'0" (3.23m (max) x 2.13m)

12'1" x 7'102 (3.68m x 4.72m)


Large Undercroft
19'4" x 17'6" (5.89m x 5.33m)

21'" x 15'11" (6.40m x 4.85m)


Driveway & Parking

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Floor Plan
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