The living room, the lounge or the sitting room. Whatever you call it, it’s usually the room in which you spend a significant percentage of your downtime. It’s where you watch the television, entertain friends, read a book or enjoy games with the family.
Living rooms are often described as comfortable, spacious and elegant. In this blog, we’ve chosen to showcase five living rooms we would describe as ‘cosy’. They’re homely rooms that give a feeling of warmth and relaxation. Open fires and wood burners add to the intimate and inviting atmosphere, with rugs, coffee tables and some stunning wall art adding personal touches to the most family of rooms.
To view one of the properties listed below, call the relevant David Burr office to arrange a booking. If you just want some inspiration for your own living room, recline in a comfy chair and enjoy these great examples of some of the cosiest of cosy living rooms currently on the market…
Kersey is widely regarded as one of the most attractive villages in Suffolk with its mix of timber framed and brick properties. There is a splendid village pub, parish Church and the town of Hadleigh offering a comprehensive range of amenities, is about 2.5 miles away. Ipswich is about 13miles, Manningtree is 14 miles and Colchester is 12 miles, the latter two providing fast commuter trains to London Liverpool Street station.
An extensively refurbished Grade II listed period property enjoying an idyllic setting, nestled within open countryside and woodland located within the ever popular hamlet of Wickerstreet Green. Set beneath a part thatched roofline the property has retained a wealth of individual charm and period features throughout its programme of refurbishment including exposed timbers and studwork, an inglenook fireplace, exposed oak flooring and pine doors complete with Suffolk latches. Complementing the historic features on offer is an array of contemporary additions and benefits including an English oak kitchen by ‘Knights Country Kitchens’ of Clare, underfloor heating to the family bathroom and a raised roofline with French doors to the garden room. Further benefits to the property include west facing gardens, adjacent woodland and countryside walks, off-street parking for ample vehicles and a private, hidden setting in one of the area’s most sought after hamlets.
Isleham is a picturesque village ideally situated approximately 6 miles north of Newmarket, 10 miles south of Ely and approximately 20 miles from the University City of Cambridge. Isleham is relatively well placed for access to the A14 trunk road which interconnects with many of the regions principal traffic routes. The village features a range of amenities including post office, shops, primary school and parish church and lies in catchment for good local schooling.
An impressive, spacious and beautifully presented Grade II Listed property situated in this ever popular village. Boasting a marriage of modern convenience and 17th century character this property’s accommodation is both versatile and captivating. Further benefitting from a superb self-contained annexe as well as a courtyard which provides entire privacy and ample parking.
Santon Downham is a village and civil parish in the Forest Heath district of Suffolk in eastern England. The village is located within Thetford Forest on a meander of the River Little Ouse on the Norfolk-Suffolk border. Thetford is 4 miles southeast and the nearest railway station is in Brandon 2 miles west and Bury St Edmunds is location 19 miles from the village.
Offered in excellent condition and boasting considerable character, Bridge House is a charming five bedroom attached village house dating from the late 16th Century with later Georgian additions. It is fair to say that this is a rare opportunity to acquire a unique house within a delightful setting as well as enjoying the benefit of the many practical features available for modern day family living, namely off road parking for several vehicles, triple garage, generous private front and rear gardens as well as deceptively spacious accommodation arranged over four floors.
Hillcrest offers sumptuously appointed family accommodation that combines a high degree of versatility and practicality along with fine period detailing throughout. The principal reception room is situated in the centre of the house and has exposed ceiling beams and an impressive inglenook fireplace with inset wood-burning stove on a raised brick hearth. The room benefits from a dual aspect and takes in views to the gardens and rolling countryside beyond. From here, the delightful snug or fourth bedroom can be accessed which again has exposed ceiling beams, French doors accessing a terrace, and delightful views to the front elevation. From the sitting room the feature arch accesses a delightful study/dining room which has exposed ceiling beams and a feature red brick fireplace. It also benefits from the delightful views over open countryside to its front elevation.
Wetheringsett is in the Parish of Wetheringsett-cum-Brockford and is conveniently situated close to the A140, formerly a Roman road. Wetheringsett is understood to be in the catchment area for the well regarded Debenham High School (Approx. 5 miles). The village is ideally located for access to the county town of Ipswich (Approx. 16 miles), Bury St Edmunds (Approx. 24 miles) and Norwich (Approx. 27 miles). The pretty village of Thorndon is approximately 2 miles and has a community shop and public house. The market town of Stowmarket is approximately 9 miles from the property. As well as having several supermarkets, the town also provides direct railway links to London Liverpool Street (90 mins), Cambridge and Norwich. The nearby Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum is just a mile down the road and holds events throughout the year, recreating and celebrating Edwardian railway travel in Suffolk. This immaculate Grade II Listed three bedroom cottage occupies an exceptional setting within the heart of the village. The property has a number of charming character features including an inglenook fireplace, a magnificent 14’ vaulted ceiling in the master bedroom, Suffolk latch doors, exposed Oak flooring and an array of exposed beams and timbers.