A stunning, detached period cottage set in this most idyllic position on Headley Heath.
Heather Cottage is a grade II listed and very unique and picturesque property situated in the idyllic location of Headley village. The original house is believed to date back to the 17th Century but has since been extended over the years in the early 1900s, 1950s and once more in the 1970s.
The accommodation provides 4 double and 2 single bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, downstairs W.C, 4 reception rooms, a kitchen and scullery. Character is exuded from almost every corner with this striking property retaining an abundance of original features including beamed ceilings, original doors, attractive fireplaces and wood flooring.
Leading from the entrance hall are the principal reception rooms including the formal dining room, study, sitting room with beautiful inglenook fireplace, through the reception hallway into the double aspect drawing room. The kitchen and scullery are located to the rear of the property accessed from the back of the entrance hall whilst a downstairs bathroom can be found off the reception hallway. To the first floor are the 6 bedrooms, family bathroom and plentiful storage. The bedrooms overlook the scenic gardens and fields beyond.
A particular feature of the property are the gardens and grounds providing privacy and seclusion. Mainly laid to lawn, with an array of well-established shrubs, herbaceous borders, hedges and trees. There is ample garden storage with 2 sheds and 2 garages, as well as plentiful private parking, not to mention the rare benefit of direct access onto Headley Heath.
Headley village has a very active community with Church, village stores, tea rooms and public house. Surrounded by extensive National Trust walks and situated within an area of outstanding natural beauty there are also many local riding stables as well as Tyrrells Wood, Epsom RAC and Walton Heath golf courses and the newly opened Beaverbrook Country House Hotel & Golf Club. Headley is conveniently situated within easy reach of Junctions 8 and 9 of the M25 providing access to Gatwick and Heathrow. Schooling and many other amenities are available at nearby Leatherhead, Dorking or Epsom towns, all of which offer mainline train services to London Victoria and Waterloo.