Look inside this “charming” period house for sale that comes with its own games room. 

Brae Cottage, in Horsell, sits within the Horsell Village Conservation Area and spans 2,800 square feet. 

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The lounge area, with a bay window and a feature fireplace. (Seymours Prestige Homes)

Entering the home, there are two large interconnected reception rooms, a lounge and a dining room, both of which feature garden-facing bay windows, renovated floorboards and fireplaces. 

The dining room also includes patio doors, and built-in storage on either side of the fireplace. 

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The modern kitchen space. (Seymours Prestige Homes)

There is an additional reception room which is currently used as a games and television room and also has doors leading outside. 

Completing the ground floor is a kitchen and breakfast room with shaker-style units and integrated appliances, plus French doors to a raised deck. 

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The games room, which also has a pull-down projector screen. (Seymours Prestige Homes)

Moving upstairs, there are five bedrooms, the first of which has large built-in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. 

The first and second bedrooms both include balconies, and three bathrooms complete this level. 

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The primary bedroom, with an en-suite bedroom. (Seymours Prestige Homes)

Outside, there are south-facing mature gardens wrapping around the property, as well as a seating area with a view of the historic village church.

Also outside is an additional garden area which is low maintenance, a well at the bottom of the garden, a garden studio and off-street parking. 

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The garden area, with church views. (Seymours Prestige Homes)

The property is being sold by Seymours Prestige Homes for a guide price of £1,500,000. 

The agent commented: “Brae Cottage is a charming period detached house nestled in the heart of popular Horsell Village. 

“Boasting generous living accommodation of circa 2,800 sq ft this delightful property includes five generously sized bedrooms, three inviting reception rooms, and three well-appointed bathrooms.”