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Ensum Brown are pleased to present this charming Grade II listed cottage that is rich with history and forms part of the street scene in the heart of Braughing Village. The property dates back to the 1500's and was previously a greengrocers but was converted into a residential family home many years ago. Offering an abundance of charm and character throughout, the accommodation on the ground floor comprises of a fitted kitchen, sitting room, snug/office, stunning open-plan living/dining room, and on the first floor there are two good-sized bedrooms plus the family bathroom.
As you enter the property and turn to your right you will approach the characterful kitchen with a range of matching wood wall and base units plus integrated appliances including a slimline dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer. There's also a radiator/cover, sink with chrome mixer tap, built-in stainless steel oven with 4-ring hob and extractor over. An attractive exposed brick wall and fireplace also add to the unique feel of this room. This kitchen in particular is full of history, as this room used to be the shop front of the greengrocers.
As you leave the kitchen you will find the first of the three reception rooms. This cosy sitting room has plentiful storage, with one storage cupboard on the left of the fireplace and one cupboard under the stairs, and would be the ideal room for a snug. As you continue through this room you will find the second reception space which looks out onto the courtyard garden and would be the perfect space for a study/office or third bedroom.
Continuing through you will come to the largest of the three reception rooms; this split level dual-aspect open-plan space is perfect for entertaining and makes a great dining space, as the exposed beams and vaulted ceiling create a spacious and homely feel. The first part of this room makes an ideal main living room, as the exposed brick wall that homes a large log burner creates the perfect relaxing space. As you step down into the second part of this large reception room, you will find a great space for a large dining table ideal for entertaining.
Going upstairs via the turning carpeted staircase you will find a spacious split-level landing providing access to the family bathroom with fitted units and two good-sized bedrooms both of which can easily facilitate a double bed.
The spacious principal bedroom is positioned at the front of the property benefitting from fitted carpet, radiator, glazed window to front aspect and space for freestanding wardrobes plus furniture. Moving into the second bedroom which faces the rear of the property, this is also a generous room with fitted carpet, glazed window to the rear aspect and space for freestanding wardrobes plus furniture.
Completing the first floor accommodation is the well-appointed family bathroom which is fitted with a three piece suite comprising of a low level push flush WC, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap and built-in vanity unit/storage cupboard plus a bath with chrome mixer tap and handheld shower attachment.
Outside, you will find a private courtyard garden that is a real sun trap; there is plenty of space for a table and chairs and it benefits from being low maintenance. The garden can be accessed via the open-plan living/dining room at the rear of the property.
LOCATION - BRAUGHING
Braughing is one of Hertfordshire's finest villages and is situated just a short drive north of Ware via the A10. The village offers an idyllic lifestyle choice with a wealth of period property, St. Mary's Church, a Post Office store, three public houses/restaurants. The village also benefits from having an Ofsted rated "Outstanding" school, Jenyns First School & Nursery. The neighbouring towns of Ware (7.5 miles) and Bishop's Stortford (9.5 miles) both provide extensive amenities including fast rail links into London Liverpool Street.