Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Village house is the cream of the crop

by Jacky Hayler

THE name of a house can often be intriguing but this well-proportioned Brightwell-cum-Sotwell family house, built in about 1992, does exactly what it says on the tin!

Dairy Well House is situated on the edge of the village and built on the site of the old village dairy — and still maintains the original well as a feature in the garden.

Located in a quiet private road close to St Agatha’s Church and Brightwell Manor, conveniently within walking distance of the village shop, post office and pub as well as to open countryside, the house offers comfortable and flexible family accommodation with considerable potential for more.

Tim Sherston, of agents Jackson-Stops & Staff, said: “This is a really good example of a solid family house. Well-proportioned rooms offer all the space a growing family might need and the quiet private road and mature gardens successfully balance the outside space with the inside.”

Currently there are three good-sized reception rooms accessed from a large entrance hall, as well as a light and spacious kitchen/breakfast room with an Aga together with four comfortable double bedrooms (two ensuite).


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