This quaint and full of character, 17th century listed cottage sits peacefully at the end of a terrace row in the centre of the beautiful historic Village of Crondall. Almost opposite the friendly village pub and 2 minutes walk from the local store and post office. Eglantine; from the English work for the flower also known as sweet briar.
It was first used as a given name in Geoffrey Chaucer's 14th century story 'The Prioress's Tale'. Named such by the gorgeous rose surrounding the doorway.
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