This is the cottage that Edith Nesbit 'Turned to account'
in her novel "The Railway Children". Whether or not she
stayed in this property, or another cottage close by,
(called "Paradise") with her half-sister Sarah,
is a matter of some conjecture at this time.

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Indisputable however, is the fact that this cottage was
called "Three Chimneys" at the time of Edith Nesbit's visit
and that she fell in love with it's country charms.....

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