A pretty cottage near the landscape that Jane Austen wrote about in Emma is on the market for £595,000.
Situated on the edge of Walton Heath, this two-bedroom semi-detached cottage is a 15-minute drive from Box Hill, Dorking, a National Trust site.
The mole features in Jane Austen’s Emma and this pretty cottage could be taken straight from the work of fiction.
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Not only did he feature in the novel, but the 2020 film adaptation starring Anya Taylor-Joy as Emma was partly filmed in Leith Hill, also in the Surrey Hills.
The two-bedroom cottage at Withybed Corner features: a downstairs bathroom, bespoke kitchen, living/dining room, lovely rear garden, summer house and carport. garden for storage.
Gatwick is just half a mile away and Epsom and Dorking are within easy reach. There is also a direct 50 minute journey to London Bridge from Tadworth Station.
Walton is located between Reigate and Epsom, so you can visit a larger town outside the Tadworth countryside.
The property is also close to Chinthurst Preparatory School, Walton and Tadworth Primary Schools and other secondary and higher schools.
There is also the Walton Heath Golf Club nearby, and you can quickly get to Heathrow and Reigate by accessing the M25 via Junction 8 or 9.
The property is listed on Rightmove.
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