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Court Cottage,
Neigh Lane

Guide price £425,000 1,119 sq. ft.

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A beautifully presented country cottage sympathetically renovated and extended with original character features throughout and spacious gardens, set in a very popular village with enviable views of the surrounding countryside.

Property Snapshot
  • Superbly finished country cottage
  • Extended kitchen family room with wood burning stove
  • Luxurious family bathroom with roll top bath
  • Countryside views in popular village
  • Great garden to the rear and side plus parking
This charming property has been stylishly finished with a contemporary style throughout to include: entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen diner with large family area, utility with WC, 2 double bedrooms and a 3rd single and a superb 4 piece bathroom. There is a good size rear garden and driveway parking for several cars. 1,119 sq. ft. EPC=E.

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