Ewshot Cottage is a period property believed to originally date from the 1600s. The cottage has been enlarged and improved over the years and is now a home of immense charm and extends in total to over 3100 ft. Many period features still remain including fireplaces and oak beams making this a comfortable, characterful and practical country home. The ground floor accommodation allows a great deal of flexibility with a series of reception rooms that can adapt to the growing needs of a family. On the first floor there are five good size bedrooms and a sixth bedroom adjacent to the main bedroom which is currently arranged as a spacious dressing room. There are two family bathrooms. EPC Rating F. Ewshot Cottage is approached via a secure gate from a gravel driveway that provides turning and parking for several cars. A double garage, with electric up and over doors has a side door to the garden. The established gardens at Ewshot Cottage are a real feature and have been lovingly maintained by the current owners. Mature specimen trees include Cherry, Fir, London Plane, Indian Walnut and Yew, with the boundaries bordered by fencing and mixed hedging. The lower lawn was historically a tennis court and the mixed borders are well-stocked and provide an abundance of colour through the seasons. There is an extensive vegetable garden with a number of raised beds, a fruit and vegetable cage, and fruit trees and an attractive rose covered arch provides summer colour. A footpath leads down to a further section of garden including a bluebell wood, Victorian ‘Bog Garden’ and views of the 10th Green at Oak Park Golf Club. The drawing and sitting rooms have French doors leading onto the South-West facing gravel terrace. A brick outbuilding, currently used as a workshop/store has potential to be converted into office space if required. About 2.1 acres.