IMMACULATELY PRESENTED TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE IN A BEAUTIFUL RURAL SETTING OPPOSITE NATIONAL TRUST LAND.
This characterful period property has stacks of charm and is in show home condition with a wonderful blend of contemporary and traditional.
On the ground floor you have a dining room with an open staircase rising to the first floor, to the front of the house is a cosy lounge with a wood burning stove and great view of the woodland. To the rear of the property is a stunning four piece bathroom comprising full size roll top bath, walk in shower, wash hand basin and a toilet recessed in a separate area. In addition you have a modern kitchen which has a slate floor and a Belfast sink as well as direct access to the large garden. On the first floor there are two good sized double bedrooms to choose from one of which overlooks the national trust land the other the generous garden.
Outside you have the benefit of a driveway to the front that provides off road parking and access to the 90ft south/west facing garden that extends to 50ft in width.
Nearby there are a number of noteworthy features in addition to the aforementioned national trust land, the cottages namesake Marl pond is 150 Yards away as is the historic Outwood Windmill, Also there are a couple of excellent local pubs within easy reach which offer great food.
DIRECTIONS : Follow the A23 from Redhill to the south for 2.5 miles then turn left onto Honeycrock Lane. Continue along this road for half a mile where it becomes Axes Lane, continue until it then becomes Green Lane and after the motorway bridge turn right onto Dayseys Hill. Take the next left into Millers Lane and the cottage can be found near the far end of the road on the right hand side.