Superb cottage in village setting
FINE interior design, subtle lighting and high-quality fixtures and fittings all combine in this superb two-bedroomed detached character Victorian cottage in Breaston's conservation area.
Built in 1844, Rose Cottage is at the end of a quiet lane in the heart of this desirable and picturesque village.
The owner has created a home that is alive with a unique selection of wallpaper and artwork.
The interior oozes quality and luxury, which continues throughout this Grade II-listed property. Its traditional features include period exposed beams, original internal doors, wood flooring, two original ranges (in the dining room and kitchen), charming sash windows and a spectacular tiled hallway.
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On the ground floor, the cottage briefly comprises two reception rooms, both with period fireplaces, and a beautiful country kitchen leading out to a landscaped garden to the side.
Upstairs there is a master bedroom with an en suite bathroom, which includes a roll-top bath and period tap fittings, a second double bedroom and a luxury separate shower room.
The cottage has a private driveway and a second garden that wraps around the property and is well established with shrubs and flowers.
Both inside and out, Rose Cottage pays tribute to the imagination and expertise that has been poured into it and is a must-see for any person who enjoys the tranquility of rural living.
Just a mile from junction 25 of the M1 and the A52, Breaston offers excellent links to East Midlands Airport and Derby, Leicester, Nottingham and Sheffield, and trains to London run from Long Eaton station (one hour 35 minutes to St Pancras). Viewing by appointment only.