This “notable” village house for sale is a classic Georgian-style home in “enchanting” gardens.   

Cedar Cottage, in Bentley, is Grade II listed and was built in the mid-1700s, with a white stucco exterior, a slate roof and sash windows. 

There are period features throughout the property such as the original service bells, timber balustrades and working window shutters. 

A porch with classic ionic columns opens into the home, leading to a reception room which is used as a formal dining room. 

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The drawing room. (Savills)

Opposite this is a large drawing room with an open fireplace, decorative scrolled columns, built-in timber cabinetry and large south-facing windows. 

There is also a sitting room with an open fireplace and a window seat, beyond which is a study with double doors to the garden. 

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The formal dining room. (Savills)

The kitchen is open plan to a breakfast area, and connects to a boot room, while completing the ground floor is a sewing room, and a WC. 

A turning staircase leads up to the first floor, where the principal bedroom benefits from an adjoining bathroom and dual aspect views. 

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The principal bedroom. (Savills)

Also on this level, there are a further four bedrooms, a bathroom, a dressing room and a WC. 

Outside, to the rear there is a walled garden with flowering borders, a lawn, and a pergola with wisteria. 

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The gardens of the property. (Savills)

There is also a lawned garden beyond this, and a kitchen garden, while to the front there is a garden and a parking area.  

The property is being sold by Savills for a guide price of £1,795,000.

Rory McKenzie of Savills Farnham commented: “Cedar Cottage is such a great package; a notable Georgian village home with excellent accommodation, outbuildings and a glorious garden, all set within the popular and well connected village of Bentley.”