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THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE
BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED THROUGHOUT
LARGE GARDEN WITH VIEWS TOWARDS FIELDS
We are delighted to offer this beautifully presented three bedroom cottage. The property retains many period features throughout with beams and inglenook fireplace with log burner. Upon entering the property you are greeted with a spacious lounge/diner which leads on to a good size kitchen. To the first floor is two good size bedrooms with a further double bedroom to the second floor with far reaching views. The bathroom has been recently fitted and has been done to a fantastic standard. Externally the property has a driveway for multiple vehicles. To the rear of the property is a large secluded garden which has a good size patio with water feature. The garden backs on to fields and offers a fantastic outlook. The properties added benefit is a detached studio & workshop ideal for home working or gym. The cottage has double glazing throughout and gas central heating. This property must be seen to appreciate what is on offer.
The property located in the very popular village of Mark Cross with its excellent primary school, church and inn.
For access to train services there is a choice of Crowborough, Tunbridge Wells or Wadhurst which offer direct links to London.
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