Six properties with real fires for autumn
Thu 25 October 2018
After a long walk through fallen leaves, it’s time to hunker down and warm up this autumn with our pick of the market’s best properties with real fires.
Located in the sought-after Camel Valley, this wonderful family farmhouse dates back to 1750 when it was constructed of cob and local stone under a slate roof. Today, it boasts beautiful spacious and bright rooms including a large farmhouse kitchen with slate floor and a welcoming sitting room with oak flooring and a wood burner set into a stone fireplace.
This charming detached period cottage offers a peaceful private setting with far-reaching rural views. Recently extended and refurbished, the 300-year-old property boasts two large inglenook fireplaces, one in the sitting room and one in the dining room.
With a separate two-bedroom annexe, this versatile former farmhouse is brimming with character. Renovated under its current ownership, the property still retains exposed beams, wall panelling and ceiling cornicing, which combine with modern additions of a modern bathroom and woodburner.
Beautifully presented, this detached farmhouse is located in a picturesque village location close to the expansive Cardinham Woods. Inside, there is a fantastic farmhouse kitchen, four bedrooms and a cosy sitting room that overlooks the church and features an inglenook fireplace and woodburner.
Built in local stone, this former school house has evolved over recent years and now offers stunning open-plan accommodation. With vaulted ceilings, wooden flooring, exposed beams, original doors and wood burner set into a stone fireplace, this two-bedroom property is full of unique character.
This charming Grade II-Listed cottage sits within reach of the stunning north Cornish coast. With a large family kitchen, formal dining room with exposed beams and welcoming sitting room with woodburner, the property also offers an extensive south-facing lawn garden.
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