Quintessential Thatched Cottages

Thatched cottages represent an image of rural life which is instantly recognisable wherever you are in the world. For many, owning their own thatched cottage epitomises rural England too.

Thatched roofs can be charming and have a quintessentially English appeal, with each different area enjoying its own delicate variation in style and material types.

So, should you consider buying a cottage with a thatched roof? Here are three of our favourites to help you make your mind up and whet your appetite.

This Grade II listed thatch cottage located in Church Cove road which is one of Lizard’s most desirable positions. The property is in need of updating but overall is in good order and a real exciting proposition for either a family, investor or second home buyer. On the market for £225,000.
Grade II listed thatch cottage set in grounds of approximately half an acre. The cottage is full of original features and comprises a good sized kitchen, two reception rooms, bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor with two bedrooms (en-suite shower room to master) on the first floor. On the market for £525,000.
Detached thatched cottage in Suffolk which has undergone extensive modernisation and has a wealth of exposed timber framing and stud work throughout. The property occupies a good sized plot along with double cart lodge with room above. On the market for £460,000.
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