Badger Cottage is a delightful detached period property originally dating from the 1600's and owned by The Popham Estate associated with the nearby Hunstrete House. The property has been sympathetically extended and refurbished within recent times to provide accommodation of high quality which is beautifully presented with a good degree of inherent versatility.
The house is gable end on to the village road to the front meaning that its most attractive main double fronted façade is not visible on first viewing. This orientation allows the property to provide a good degree of privacy both internally and within the garden. The cottage has elevations in mellow local stone with mullion windows to the original part of the cottage all beneath an attractive clay tiled pitched roof. The property is approached through an entrance hall which leads to a very welcoming sitting room which has a beamed ceiling and superb inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. There is a separate study which could double as a formal dining room if required as well as a utility room and downstairs cloak with wc. At the rear of the property there is a well proportioned live in family kitchen which is very much the hub of the home furnished with a range of bespoke units and an oil fired Aga with double doors opening onto a south facing terrace and the garden.
The first floor has four bedrooms, the main bedroom has a en suite dressing room and walk in wardrobe. There is a sumptuous family bathroom with a four piece suite including a roll top bath with claw feet and separate shower cubicle.
Externally the property has the advantage of a garage and a good amount of private off street parking while the gardens wrap around the house mainly on the western and southern side providing a delightful setting and exhibiting a good degree of maturity. Read more