With winter fast approaching and temperatures dropping, there’s nothing better than being snug and warm in front of a roaring fire after a long day. So, we have found our best cosy fireplaces from around the UK:
Upwey Manor is a spectacularly proportioned and elegantly presented Grade II* listed Manor House sitting proudly on rising ground, to the east of the River Wey. This magnificent property, dating back to 1639, exudes a unique character, with impressive living spaces as well as inspiring gardens including a maze.
The Limes is an impressive Grade II listed Georgian six-bedroom house with a lovely fireplace. It also has the benefit of a three bedroomed detached stone cottage set in a large south-facing walled garden with outstanding open country views.
Finished to highest possible standard throughout, this three-bedroom bungalow in Huntingdon is set behind twin gates with a carriage drive. Other features include marble steps that lead to the open-plan reception hall with hand-carved marble fireplace, study with bespoke furniture and luxury Clive Christian kitchen and utility room.
Located in a fabulous equestrian barn conversion, this fireplace is simply stunning. Fitting with the design of the house: traditional brickwork and exposed beams, it truly is one-of-a-kind.
Situated just across the road from All Saints parish church and a short walk from Jephson Gardens and the town centre, this imposing Victorian period six-bedroom family home has a wealth of original character features. This property offers several fireplaces throughout the home which are ideal for warming up on those cold nights.
This beautiful six-bedroom family home in Debden Green mixes contemporary and traditional features, with an exquisite, large inglenook red brick fireplace. The working fire is the focal point of an otherwise modern living and dining space.
A rare signature villa in the Cathedral City of Lichfield, this grand, six-bedroom, residence occupies the North East corner of its approximate one-acre plot. The property combines the architectural splendour of the Victorian period with the luxuries of contemporary living.
This impressive seven-bedroom home in Pharisee Green uses contemporary décor amongst classic, statement features. This large red brick inglenook fireplace and woodburning stove serve as the centrepiece for this bright living room.
Brook House boasts an abundance of period charm. This beautiful Grade II listed residence is located in the heart of a picturesque village in the Loose Valley on the fringes of rural Maidstone. With origins dating back to the 16th century, the property is located within walking distance to the village chapel and a well-reputed, historic public house.
A Grade II Listed family home set in 1.5 acres of mature grounds, with stunning views over the Darwell Reservoir. The house is full of character with warm oak and mellow brickwork, featuring this fantastic inglenook fireplace with a brick hearth and open grate.
A beautifully presented four-bedroom period home located in the sought after village of Woodhurst with excellent access to Cambridge. This property offers all the convenience of modern living in a delightful country setting. As one of the best surviving examples of an Anglo-Saxon ring village, Woodhurst not only has a great history, it also enjoys a strong sense of community. The current owners love the hand-built maple kitchen, the heart of the house with its AGA and vaulted ceiling, and the sitting room with its open fire - the perfect place to cosy up and enjoy a family movie night.
For more beautiful properties like these, visit our website.