Good Tuesday morning! A cozy, hidden cottage in the Cotswolds, built in the 17th Century! “A plethora of period features”, as the listing says!
This week I’m in the mood for lighthearted homes, and the beautiful interior of this cottage is lifting my spirits today. I am covetous over the living room hearth, and I love spying the random collections of books stashed in various nooks and crannies! What a pleasant little homeplace this would make.
From the listing description from On the Market, from Country Life:
The House Beneath the walls is a beautiful example of a 17th Century cottage with a plethora of period features, including exposed beams, floorboards and feature fireplaces. The property enjoys a good size lounge diner with solid oak flooring and fireplace with log burner, the bespoke fitted kitchen is also enhanced with period features including cast iron fireplace and includes space and plumbing for appliances.On the first floor are two bedrooms with a further laundry room which could also be used as a study boasting a skylight roof door leading to the rear garden. The dual aspect master bedroom is on the top floor and enjoys original floorboards, exposed beams and en suite shower room. Externally, steps lead to landscaped rear garden with seating area, shed and playhouse.