Time for another charming English cottage!
Heath Cottage was built in 1855 and sits opposite a church in the historic village of Brighstone, on the Isle of Wight, UK.
This Grade II-listed property sits on a 0.32 acre plot and has both countryside and sea views!
Nestled in the heart of the village, it has undergone renovations and modernization, but Heath Cottage won the local Conservation Award in 2013.
The interior is light-filled and cheery, not dark and heavy as some old stone cottages tend to be.
There are multiple fireplaces, which add to the cozy ambience.
Look how delightful and olde-world-esque the kitchen is:
Re-purposed antique wood was used to give the renovated kitchen a more aged appearance.
Below is a quaint little breakfast area:
The beautiful master bedroom suite is on the main floor.
His & hers pedestal sinks, a soaking tub, and a high tank toilet grace the master bath…
Upstairs, there is a spacious landing/lounge area that has a feature window with church and village views.
There are four good sized bedrooms in Heath Cottage.
Those unique arched casement windows are so gorgeous!
The manicured yard has pleasant village, garden, and countryside views.
Does this place not set your English cottage-loving heart a-flutter?
All feels righted in the world when we look upon enchanting Heath Cottage in the whimsical village of Brighstone.
Did House Crazy Sarah mention this place is for sale?
For £875,000! (the equivalent of $1,222,768.75 USD!)
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