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Brompton By Sawdon
- Beautifully Presented Period Property
- Recently Updated to an Especially High Standard
- Large Sitting Room with Multi Fuel Stove
- Living/Dining Kitchen with Bi Fold Doors onto Garden
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Attractive Cottage Garden
- Seperate Home Office/Studio
- Sought After Village Location
- No Onward Chain
Bramble Cottage is a unique character property which has been enlarged and enhanced over recent years, creating a stylish and versatile home. Improvement works have included a new central heating system, re-wiring, reconfiguring the room layout to a more practical arrangement, high specification bathroom and the additional of carefully thought out extension to the rear; creating a superb open plan living dining kitchen, making full advantage of the west facing position over the garden, with doors opening out onto the stone flagged terrace. The property is insulated and double glazed throughout
The stylish accommodation amounts to approximately 1,400 sq.ft in total and comprises; entrance porch, large sitting room with wood burning stove, separate snug/study, superb open plan living/dining kitchen with vaulted ceiling, and a bespoke kitchen. Separate utility and cloakroom. Upstairs are three double bedrooms and a lovely house bathroom with heritage fittings including a freestanding bath and separate shower.
To the front is a classic cottage garden whilst to the rear is a sheltered and very private west facing garden within which is a large home office/studio.
Brompton is an unspoilt, rural village of mainly stone and pantile cottages, lying some nine miles east of Pickering and eight miles west of Scarborough. The village is particularly well served with a highly regarded butcher, restaurant and church. There is also a Primary School graded as Good by Ofsted located within the village. The Brompton Beck rises at the southern edge of the village and makes a charming pastoral scene. Much of the village lies within a Conservation Area and is characterised by pretty period cottages, the historic All Saints Church and Brompton Lake which is well stocked with wild brown trout and where there is abundant wildlife to be found.