The outbuildings add much to the charm of Braziers. Close to the main house lie Courtyard Cottage and the laundry. Slightly further away are a traditional raised granary, a coach house, with horse stalls and adjoining garage, the Bothy, dog kennels, the egg house and a magnificent wooden barn.
At the end of the gardens leading from the terrace on the west side of the main house lies the summer house, and buried deep in the woodland close to Braziers Lane is a wooden building which was originally built as a community hall, and subsequently converted to a squash court and tiny theatre. Next to it another wooden building, formerly kennels, has been used as an apple store.
Towards the kitchen garden there is a traditional greenhouse, Garden Cottage and the remains of piggeries. Beyond the walled kitchen garden and orchard stand the hay barn and the dairy. Numerous stores and sheds also exist.
Some of the present outbuildings were known to exist in the middle of the 19th century, specifically the granary, the barn, the Bothy and Garden Cottage. By the end of that century, other outbuildings had been added, including the egghouse, which was originally a dairy, the commmunity hall, and stalls for animals. Also from that time, now hidden in the woods, is a badger baiting pit. The Flemings added stables, kennels and a garage.
The outbuildings have had various uses. Today, the Bothy, Courtyard Cottage and Garden Cottage are used as living spaces by the resident community. The granary is used for art exhibitions on a regular basis. The wooden barn is being renovated to provide both exhibition and performance space. The former squash court has been used as an art studio, but is now in need of major repairs. Other buildings are used for storage and as the studio of Braziers’ Artist-in-Residence.
Until the 1990s, Braziers also owned four cottages, situated along Braziers Lane. All but one of these have now been sold to raise capital, initally to cover the cost of installing the fire precautions and subsequently towards creating a small sum to provide some income towards the cost of maintaining the main house and its associated outbuildings.