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A detached period cottage believed to date originally from the early 1680's with subsequent extensions. Situated in a sought after rural location, this delightful cottage features an inglenook fire place, an abundance of period beams, exposed internal brickwork, and tile hung external elevations.
The cosy and comfortable cottage accommodation comprises a sitting room with parquet flooring, a dining room, kitchen and a double glazed conservatory on the ground floor.
The character of the first floor is of equal merit with three bedrooms and a bathroom, with a landing area and set of storage cupboards. The cottage stands within the most delightful gardens and grounds.
The small rural hamlet of Blacknest stands between the villages of Bentley and Binsted. Blacknest is a rural village between the villages of Bentley, Binsted and Dockenfield. Bentley, about two and a half miles, has an active community with a shop, public house, primary school and mainline station providing a link to London Waterloo. Alton and Farnham provide a comprehensive range of facilities as well as connections to London Waterloo. The A31 at Bentley provides a link to the M3 and A3.
The gardens of St Ann's Cottage are a delightful feature of the property. There is off road parking for several cars in front of the garage where there is a mature walnut tree. From here, a path leads across a bridge to the garden which passes under a rose arch and terminates at the 'well'.
There are further areas of lawn together with mature and highly colourful well stocked flower and shrub borders. In addition, there are a number of productive fruit trees including apples and pears with a hedge forming the border with the lane.
SERVICES - Mains drainage. Night storage heating and radiators heated by a Deville log burning range in the kitchen.
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