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Oakhurst Cottage is a tiny 16th-century cottage in Hambledon, Surrey, in the United Kingdom. It is now owned by the National Trust, which has restored the timber-framed building as an excellent example of a Surrey labourer's cottage. Its garden is filled with plants that were popular during the Victorian era.
Such is its size that Oakhurst Cottage can only be viewed by appointment, and by groups of no more than six people at a time.
- Oakhurst Cottage - official site at National Trust
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