Brick Mortar are pleased to offer for sale this picture postcard Grade ll Listed cottage, formerly a forge/blacksmiths set in the historic village of Denham nestled alongside the river Misbourne.
The property is ladled with charm and retains much of the original character that you wouldn't expect from the outside, but not surprising for a building with a 500 year history. The "new facade" was constructed in the 1790's and a side and rear extension added in the 2006/2007 (overseen by English Heritage) although the original building is believed to have been a timber framed aisled barn.
The entrance to the property is through an oak door opening into the first reception room with a feature centre chimney. This room is open plan into another room, again with the same chimney and a set of stairs rising to the first floor. Also on this ground floor is a large kitchen/breakfast room and a large reception room with French doors into the rear garden and a guest cloakroom. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, one with an en-suite plus a family bathroom. The rear of the property benefits from a small garden and a private patio area. There is privately owned off street parking to the front of the property 2/3 cars. If you like quirky then you'll love this family home.
Village Road runs through the centre of Denham village which is only a few minutes drive away from the A40, M40 and the junction for the M25. The village has several gastro pubs and a restaurant. The shops at Denham Green and the Chiltern Line Station to Marylebone are only a ten minute walk.