Property: Three To View; Off the Rails
Saturday 04 December 1999
THERE STILL is a mainline station at Marden, in Kent, which would suit commuters considering buying Number Six, Railway Cottages. The Victorian mid-terrace cottage is tucked down a lane, just before the railway bridge. There is a sitting room with a beamed ceiling and open brick fireplace, a downstairs bathroom and two upstairs bedrooms. A gate at the back of the garden leads to an allocated parking space. The house has gas central heating and the carpets are included in the price: pounds 86,950. For details, contact Your Move, telephone 01892 833388.
RAILWAY COTTAGE in Churchill, Oxfordshire was originally used as stabling for the horses which worked on the railway. On the edge of the Cotswolds, it's about two and a half miles from Kingham. A train service to Paddington takes around 75 minutes. The three-bedroom cottage has a sitting-room with beams and exposed stone walls, and there's a separate dining room and two bathrooms. The gardens include a large patio area and parking for two cars. For sale at pounds 215,000, details from Knight Frank 01865 790077.
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