The property is believed to have been constructed in the mid-1800s, originally intended for the silk mill workers. It has undergone a meticulous refurbishment, resulting in a beautifully presented living space that seamlessly blends a rich array of period features with tasteful, contemporary fittings.
Originally comprised of two separate cottages, 7-8 Brook Street offers a wealth of features, beginning with a spacious dual-aspect living room showcasing matching fireplaces on opposing walls, one of which houses a cozy wood-burning stove. The open plan design of the ground floor allows for a seamless flow between the living space and the kitchen/dining/family room. The kitchen boasts modern amenities, including a Neff induction hob with downdraft extractor, a Neff hide-and-slide oven, microwave, Belfast sink, integrated Bosch dishwasher, wine cooler, and a fridge/freezer. Bi-fold doors lead from the kitchen to the rear garden. Additionally, a utility room and WC are conveniently located on the ground floor.
On the first floor, you'll find three generously proportioned double bedrooms, a family bathroom, and a separate shower room. A staircase leads to an additional bedroom on the second floor.
The external space of the property is equally inviting, with the rear garden featuring a patio area perfect for hosting gatherings with family and friends. A series of steps lead to a well-maintained lawn bordered by an array of mature hedges and shrubs.
Council Tax band D