Character cottage overlooking National Trust land.
Meadow Cottage, understood to date from 1910, is an idyllic semi-detached country cottage designed by well-known local architect JS Goodhart-Rendel, who was once the owner of the Hatchlands Estate. The Cottage enjoys breathtaking views across the neighbouring, National Trust owned, Hatchlands Estate.
The property is very well presented throughout with an abundance of charming character features including a magnificent fireplace in the sitting room. There is an excellent natural flow to the accommodation which includes a kitchen/breakfast room with traditional fitted cabinetry. There is a useful utility room to the rear with adjoining downstairs cloakroom. Off the kitchen is a dining room with an electric stove and a pleasant outlook. The dual aspect sitting room is a comfortable room with a wood burning stove with an attractive brick surround and views over both front and rear gardens.
On the first floor are three bedrooms, two of which have fitted cupboards, and delightful views. The family bathroom has a roll top bath and separate shower.
The cottage benefits from a west facing garden at the front and an east facing garden at the rear, allowing the owners to enjoy sun all day. The garden is delightful with a patio, flowering beds, level lawn, a summer house and a shed. At the rear of the house is a gravelled driveway with parking space for multiple vehicles and a useful store room.
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I love the setting of this gorgeous cottage, overlooking Hatchlands National Trust land.Lee ShippProperty agent