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The old cider press comes with the property.
This picturesque home in the heart of the bucolic Slad valley where Laurie Lee grew up is the perfect place to enjoy the idyllic country life - and you can even make your own cider for Rosie.
The Grade II listed Knapp House, which has a cider press in the next-door barn, is believed to be the spot where the cider referred to in the famous book was made.
The beautiful Cotswolds property is set in the Slad Valley, which was immortalised in the novel and is where the author spent his childhood.
Now one lucky buyer can follow in Laurie Lee's footsteps as the property is on the market for £2million with Strutt & Parker.