This is a charming tiny garden cottage nestled in lush gardens and flowers in southeast England.
When you go inside you’ll find a living area, sleeping loft, bathroom, and kitchen. You’ll also notice the exposed timber beams throughout which were restored from the original structure before it was renovated.
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Restored Tiny Garden Cottage in England
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I could live here forever. Work in the garden during the day, my boooks and tea at night. Now, if there were just a trout stream nearby…
It seems pretty big inside. The loft has a lot of room to walk around the bed. The round table in the kitchen makes it very cozy. The outside gardens are lovely!! Enjoy! Carol Perry
The interior is just awesome!
Very nice ….! The English always been noted for their carpentry skills, and house building…!
Yes they do a great job!
Love the garden.
Rustic and ancient style TH! Love the garden around it, makes for a lovely outdoor privacy. I’M IN LOVE!
Yes the privacy is great!
I think I love this one!
I’m glad to hear it 🙂
I like it’s rustic charm…!
Beautiful location and home.
Charming is definitely the word! What a great location too!
Yes, charming as can be 🙂