Court Lane, Bratton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Set amidst beautiful established gardens of circa 0.16 acre, 'St Anne's Cottage' is a strikingly handsome period home that has been painstakingly renovated throughout by the current owners. Moreover the cottage was enhanced in 2016 with the addition of an incredible oak framed garden room. Planning consent was also granted for a 2 storey extension to the cottage (under the same planning consent as the garden room) which means the planning is ongoing for anyone wishing to extend the property further.

Believed to have been built around 1650, this originally thatched cottage is packed full of character features. As you enter through the oak front door you are welcomed into a 17ft dual aspect open plan kitchen/dining room with a range of handmade oak cupboards complemented by granite worktops and quarry tiles. There is an integrated fridge and cooker, a double Belfast sink and exposed beams. A glass panelled door opens into the marvellous vaulted green oak garden room with attractive floor tiles reclaimed from a Normandy chapel, underfloor heating and Aluminium bi folding doors. A charming sitting room features a glorious Inglenook fireplace with former bread oven and a large log burning stove. On the first floor there is a vaulted landing with reclaimed elm floorboards and wooden panelled doors into the two double bedrooms. The 18ft principal bedroom really has the 'wow' factor with its original elm floorboards, vaulted ceiling, uplighters and exposed wall timbering. The equally charming guest bedroom has loft storage (housing the electric boiler), beams and polished pine flooring. A smart contemporary bathroom with a bath and electric shower benefits from wall and floor tiles plus underflooring heating and a mirror with sensor light.

Outside, a gravelled driveway provides parking for 3 to 4 cars. The rear garden is very private and predominantly lawned with a patio, greenhouse, pond, apple trees, a quince tree, rose beds and 3 raised vegetable beds.


St Anne's Cottage is situated in the sought after village of Bratton nestling in the foothills of Salisbury Plain. Bratton has a village pub called The Duke. Other village amenities include a shop, post office, farm shop and café plus a primary school and church. There is an excellent pub/restaurant called The Three Daggers in the adjacent village of Edington as well as a farm shop. The nearby village of Erlestoke has a garage and popular Golf Club. The historic town of Devizes is 10 miles to the north east and provides a wide variety of facilities including craft and speciality shops, restaurants, hotels and numerous leisure facilities. The major centres of Bath, Salisbury and Swindon are all within commuting distance and a main line railway station in Westbury provides a regular service to London Paddington.

Property Information

Council Tax: Band C

Services: Electric boiler. Underfloor heating to oak framed garden room and bathroom. Mains water, electricity and drainage.

Grade II Listed and in a Conservation Area.

Planning Consent granted for a 2 storey extension to provide a 3rd bedroom 14/10315/FUL. This is ongoing as the garden room formed part of the same planning consent.

Plans also drawn up for a 1.5m2 downstairs cloakroom off the kitchen.

01380 698006

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