Little Westminster Cottage was built to the present owners specification in 2000. It is an individual property and includes design features borrowed from older houses, most notably a traditional arched stone fireplace with wood burning stove in the sitting room, a beamed ceiling using timbers thought to have once been part of a ship and a split level kitchen/dining room, partially separated with a timber balustrade. The accommodation which is light and airy is beautifully appointed throughout and provides a significant amount of versatility. On the ground floor an entrance hall with a galleried landing gives access to a large sitting room with a bay window and two pairs of French casements to the garden. Also off the hall are two studies side by side, one of which could easily be fitted out and used as a large boot room/store. The split level kitchen/dining room is well fitted and equipped, and has a bay window overlooking the garden as well as French casements opening to a terrace and entertaining area. The utility room gives access to the cloakroom and contains the gas fired boiler. The first floor provides a principal bedroom with en suite bathroom and then there are four further bedrooms, a second bathroom and an additional shower room. All of the bedrooms have built in wardrobes.