- Detached grade II listed cottage
- Stunning location in South Brewham
- Three bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Large reception room with inglenook fireplace
- Pretty wrap around gardens
- Garage and parking
With the romantic appeal of an English Country Cottage, we bring to the market a charming 'chocolate box' Grade II listed property set in a sought-after Somerset village. This three-bedroom detached home offers charm and character throughout. No onward chain.
Jasmine Cottage is a beautiful home set in the heart of South Brewham, with characterful features throughout from inglenook fireplace and exposed beams this quintessential cottage will not disappoint. The property is in need of modernisation and has potential to extended subject to planning permission.
The cottage is approached through a pedestrian gate with central paved pathway, bordering on both sides are an array of wildflowers, plants and shrubs which lead you to a most useful storm porch, ideal for muddy boots and soggy coats. From here you enter a spacious sitting/dining room with feature inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. The hallway leads to the kitchen and has stairs rising to the first floor. To the rear of the property, you find a simple gally kitchen, fitted with oak wall and base units, Aga and space for a fridge/freezer. From the kitchen there is access into a spacious conservatory where you take in the scenic view of the garden and countryside beyond.
Rising to the first floor there is a landing with three bedrooms and family bathroom off. The rooms are spacious and light throughout and have scenic views to either the front or the rear of the property. The family bathroom is fitted with a bath, wash hand basin, and WC.
To the front of the garden is a paved footpath with wildflowers, mature shrubs, plants, and trees boarding. The garden wraps around the property and is mainly laid to lawn. A driveway to the side of the cottage leads to a single garage and parking. A further pedestrian footpath allows access to the rear of the property, where the garden is tiered, the top tier is paved with a seating area ideal for taking in the countryside view whilst alfresco dining with friends and family. From here the garden gently slopes down and is mainly laid to lawn, a small pond sits to the bottom of the garden where a variety of mature fruit trees and shrubs are strategically placed. Furthermore, there are two most useful outbuildings attached to the property one of which is currently used as a potting/tool shed.
Listed Building: Grade II
Council Tax Band: E
Local Authority: South Somerset District Council