Smallbridge House is an exceptional Grade II listed home in an elevated rural setting overlooking undulating farmland at Cockfield.
It is a substantial 2,700sq-ft, thatched country house believed to date from the late 16th century.
It has its original timber-frame and inglenook fireplaces but has been recently renovated and extended. It blends the original elements with tasteful modernisation.
During the refurbishment, the property has been completely rewired as well as having new heating and plumbing, together with exterior lime rendering and new sole plates.
An extension incorporates a 26ft Aga kitchen with a ‘wall’ of glazing with Green Oak frame which also creates a master bedroom above with a glazed gable end overlooking farmland.
In brief, the property features under-floor heating, a 20ft triple aspect drawing room with inglenook and wood-burning stove, a dining room, study and cloakroom.
On the first floor, is a master suite, guest bedroom with en suite and two double bedrooms sharing an interconnecting bathroom.