A two bedroom property depicting the essential character of rural settlements. The simplicity of the design incorporates various traditional design statements; slim gable end proportions with finely detailed chimney stack; one and a half storey form with pitched roof with clay tiles (or any other roofing material, including thatch); well proportioned symmetrical dormer, catslide and eyebrow windows. A simple lean-to porch roof gives emphasis to the main entrance. The internal layout and room proportions generate a warm cosy atmosphere further enhanced by the careful use of exposed oak beams linked to an ingle-nook fireplace. The bedrooms are sized to provide space for double beds and furniture. The Kersey can be placed gable-end on to cope with restricted width plots and lends itself to any external cladding material, such as brick, render, board or tile-hung. In essence a beautifully proportioned cottage that would not look out of place in any village or settlement in the country.