It seems only fitting that a Cotswold-style courtyard garden should greet you upon arrival to Honey Brook Cottage, a former outbuilding of the Lambert Estate with English Tudor flair. It’s now a delightful private home renovated and reworked by Andrew Sheldon, then lightly lived in ever since. At 1.67 acres, complete with a kitchen garden, stone terrace, large lawn and a charming bridge crossing the brook, the property feels equally suitable for a weekend escape as it does a hospitable year-round home. In fact, large gatherings and holiday celebrations have been a common occurrence in the dining/reception room, where an antique mantle tops one of 3 working fireplaces and a library loft hovers high overhead. The nearby kitchen is top-quality, totally custom and ingeniously configured with a built-in workstation, family room and breakfast nook radiating around it. This is truly the heart of the home! Glorious sunlight pours into the main suite bedroom dressed in a perfectly picked William Morris print. The walk-in closet is thoughtfully organized and the pretty sage and cream bathroom features a clawfoot tub. Through French doors, a slate floored sunroom serves as anything from an office to a yoga studio. The second story is just as enchanting, yet surprisingly airy and rich with customized storage. A balcony and a marble bath designed for two are sure to please! Thank goodness there’s ample parking outside the garage, as guests will be eager to visit.
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