If you’re looking for a period home with a generous dollop of character, you won’t want to miss out on this incredible cottage, which was featured on the original Cadbury’s chocolate boxes. We’ve got all the details…
This Original Cadbury’s Chocolate Box Cottage Is Now On The Market
If you’re on the hunt for a cottage with famous chocolate box charm, this property is truly worthy of the title: it is one of only twelve homes officially featured on Cadbury’s chocolate boxes in the late 1800s. It is tucked away in the quaint village of Stradishall, with Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds close by. After remaining under the same ownership for the last twenty years, it has now hit the market.
The classic thatched roof and exposed timbers give a taste of the property’s wonderful history, and period features are on show throughout. You’ll spot brick and timber fireplaces, beams and solid English oak flooring.
The grand double-aspect sitting room is particularly impressive, while the family room boasts French doors which open onto the garden. The large kitchen and separate dining room are perfect for entertaining, and with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, plenty of guests can enjoy this stunning home.
Outside, you’ll find a delightful enclosed garden with a paved terrace, flower beds and a pond. There are three seating areas on three separate levels, including a terraced space for barbecues.
Brimming with charm, character and Cadbury’s heritage, this is a property like no other. From its picture-perfect exterior to its enviable rural location, you can’t get much better.