Fall in love with a country cottage this Valentine’s Day

Every year on the 14th February, the UK enjoys Saint Valentine’s Day, a celebration of all things ‘love’. Our everlasting love is for the English country cottage – from their charming exteriors to the inglenook fireplaces and wood beamed ceilings. Our latest English Village Homes research also revealed that the timeless chocolate box cottage is the least expensive type of English village home when comparing it to the likes of the old rectories and converted barns - all the more reason to love these pretty properties.  

Here are some of our characterful cottages looking for new homeowners that will love them as much as we do:
 

Grade II listed cottage in Exmoor National Park
 

This beautifully presented period cottage is set in delightful gardens on the edge of Exmoor National Park, which includes frontage to a stream – offering a romantic spot for its new owners to enjoy. The four bedroom home also includes an impressive great hall, which boasts impressive wood beamed ceilings and walls and a grand fireplace.

The home benefits from 1.3 acres of land, within which can be found an additional two bedroom cottage ideal for hosting friends and family.

This country cottage is available through our Taunton branch at a guide price of £750,000. Call our branch on 01823 325144 to arrange a viewing.



Pretty in pink in Diss

This Grade II listed period cottage dates back to the 1600s, and has recently benefitted from sympathetic restoration to create a contemporary home filled with charming period features.

The home enjoys a newly built breakfast and family room with French doors leading through to the landscaped garden, while the dining room and adjoining sitting room includes a bay window providing an ideal spot for catching up on a romantic novel.

This pretty, pink property is available through our Bury St Edmunds branch at a guide price of £369,950. Call our team on 01284 700535 for more details.

 

 

 


Former village shop in Bishop’s Stortford
 

This Grade II listed former village shop boasts a wealth of period features and beautiful large windows throughout and comes complete with an inglenook fireplace – providing an ideal setting for new owners to cosy up to with their loved ones.

Crown Cottage enjoys four generous reception rooms and an open plan kitchen and dining room with views across the garden.

This historic home is available through our Chelmsford branch for a guide price of £625,000. Contact the team on 01245 806101 for more details.