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Brook Cottage is a wonderful detached period cottage dating originally from 1643, with later additions. A rare prospect for the market the house exudes character and offers a tranquil setting amongst its own mature gardens and paddock, with views to the open countryside beyond.
The red brick and tile hung house with climbing roses and wisteria framing the windows, offers characterful and spacious accommodation arranged over two floors and extending to just over 2000 sq. ft.
The ground floor offers good entertaining space, including a generous sitting room with a working inglenook fireplace, a dining room that also features an inglenook fireplace and leads to a bright conservatory which enjoys great views of the gardens and a spacious kitchen with an aga and an adjoining breakfast room with a pantry. Additionally on the ground floor there is a downstairs cloakroom / utility area with a butler’s sink and storage and a boot room.
On the upper floor there are four bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, plus a family bathroom with an airing cupboard.
Brook Cottage is located on the outskirts of the sought after village of Crockam Hill. The market town of Westerham, which has a great mix of eateries, boutiques and local stores is 3 miles away. The larger towns of Sevenoaks, Edenbridge and Oxted have a good range of leisure facilities in addition to mainline stations with good links to London (from 35 minutes). The M25 is accessible via Junctions 5 and 6 providing access to Gatwick and Heathrow airports, London and the South Coast.
Entering Crockham Hill proceed down the hill past the Royal Oak public house. After approximately half a mile turn right onto Dairy Lane, Brook Cottage will be found on the right after half a mile.
Oil fired Central Heating
Mains Electricity and water
Local Authority: Sevenoaks
The house is surrounded by the delightful mature gardens including the brook from which it takes its name. Beyond the garden there is a fenced paddock, separated from the garden via a low stone wall.
Double gates lead from the lane to an enclosed yard where there is a stable block and store. There is a spring water trough in the yard. The house benefits from a large (27’ x 15’) detached barn that is currently used as a garage. There is also space to park in front of the barn.
Detached Period Cottage
Grade II Listed
Delightful Rural Setting
Views over Green Belt Countryside
Detached Barn / Garage
Stables and Store
1.1 Acre Plot Including Stunning Gardens with Stream plus a Paddock
Sitting Room with Inglenook Fireplace
Bright Kitchen with Aga
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate