A rare opportunity to acquire a charming cobb cottage with origins believed to date back to the 17th Century enjoying a mature and generous plot. This character property offers scope to modernise and features two bedrooms on the first floor with a versatile living space to the ground floor, comprising a cosy sitting room, dining room, and a large conservatory which overlooks the mature gardens. Parking is available to the rear of the property with a gated parking area and large carport, supplemented by an arrangement of outbuildings.
- A charming semi-detached Cobb cottage
- Offering scope for modernisation
- Two bedrooms
- Separate sitting and dining with large conservatory
- Popular village location
- Corner plot with mature garden
- Gated off road parking and carport
- Arrangement of timber out buildings and greenhouse
An attractive oak framed open porch with pitched canopy an rustic front door open in to the charming sitting room which features a red brick fireplace and log burning stove. An inner hall hosts the turning staircase with storage under with access to the family bathroom which comprises a corner bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin and WC. A gate latch internal door opens into a spacious dining area with a red brick open fireplace, vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. The adjoining cottage kitchen offers a range of oak fronted wall and base units with contrasting roll top work surfaces. A double electric oven and hob are integrated with space for a fridge and plumbing for a washing machine. A large conservatory enjoys views over the garden and is fitted with an electric heater for all year round use.
The landing area serves the two bedrooms with access to a large storage cupboard from bedroom one and the loft space via a hatch and pull down ladder.
The well tended front garden is predominantly laid to lawn with mature hedgerows to the boundary and well stocked beds with a side gate to the rear. The enclosed and mature rear garden features a central lawn planted with an abundance of colourful plants and shrubs with a seating area which adjoins the conservatory. To the rear of the garden is a greenhouse, shed and an arrangement of outbuildings and store.
Double gates open onto a gravel parking area and large car port.
The picturesque village of Braishfield is located on the outskirts of Romsey. Various local amenities include a primary school, public houses, village hall, cafe, footpaths and bridle ways into the beautiful Test Valley. Further amenities can be found within a few minutes drive. Braishfield is perfectly positioned for access to many good road links, Romsey train station and the beautiful city of Winchester.
Electric storage heating, log burning stove & open fire
Infants & Junior School
Braishfield Primary School
The Romsey Academy
Band D - Test Valley Borough Council
Terms and Conditions
These particulars are set out as a general outline and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. We have not tested any services, appliances or equipment and no warranty is given or implied that these are in working order. Fixtures, fittings and furnishings are not included unless specifically described. All measurements, floor plans, distances and areas are approximate, are for guidance only and should not be relied on for carpets or furnishings. It should not be assumed that the property remains the same as shown in the photographs.