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Situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Bray-on-Thames, Berkshire,
Bray House originally started as the stables for the nearby Manor House of Bray in the 1780s. Over the years, the residence has been converted many times, ranging from a cobbler’s shop, an antique centre and a family home. Formally acquired by MUSE in 2008, Bray House has been dramatically re-designed and sympathetically restored to maintain the original character and historical features of one of the finest residences in Bray.
Bray House is just steps away from the picturesque country lane by the church and just yards from the beautiful Lych-gate which dates back to 1488 and the age of Charles II. From the moment you enter this enchanting house, you will be taken on a journey that encompasses many eras from the 1700s to the Art Deco period of the 1920s and to the present.
As you enter the residence you are immediately drawn past the original 1780 stable door and into the impressive, spacious living room with its eclectic mix of original 1920s furnishings and decor. Relax on the 8ft curved sofa or dine at the 10 seater table with your own personal chef (by special arrangement). Through the original stable doors, the living room leads to a stunning courtyard garden, perfect for pre-dinner cocktails or a gorgeous summer morning breakfast, al fresco.