Ralph James
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Clifton Road


To find a house of this quality and finish so close to all local amenities is such a rarity.

  • Beautifully refurbished Victorian character home with stunning original and restored features
  • Four well-proportioned bedrooms and modern family bathroom
  • A stone’s throw from all local amenities including Wallington train station
  • Two spacious receptions both solid oak Herringbone flooring, centrepiece fireplaces, stunning cornice, plaster panelling and double industrial-style doors
  • Modern kitchen with integrated appliances, utility room and sizeable cellar.
  • Stunning entrance hallway with imposing stained glass front door and original Victorian-tiled covered porch, curved staircase, and cornice.
  • Potential to extend STPP
  • Secluded rear garden, level and with mature Beech hedging. Larger than average for a town centre location and with multiple storage units.
  • Private driveway, framed by mature Yew hedging
  • Freehold

At Ralph James, we invest time heavily in the visual and digital representation of our client's properties with the in-house marketing department we have. This is done across several digital and print channels — including 3 major property websites and to our growing 19,000+ followers on social media.

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Banstead is in one of the most picturesque corners of east Surrey, situated at the top of the North Downs. Perfectly positioned for both London commuters, being a mere 20 minute train from London Terminals, and those wanting access to woodlands walks and open green spaces. Nearby Banstead Downs is a large Site of Special Scientific Interest covering 430 acres.

An old town, Banstead honours traditional events, the highlight being the Banstead Village May Queen festival every Spring. The event is organised by locals and all nearby schools and businesses participate. The earliest recorded mention of Banstead was in an Anglo-Saxon charter of AD 967.

“Having been born and raised in Banstead, to be able to return and start the next chapter of our lives here as fully fledged “Bansteadarians” has been incredibly exciting. Living so close to the high street means that we have been able to enjoy everything that Banstead’s heartbeat has to offer. Aside from the obvious amenities and brilliant pubs and restaurants, it’s Banstead’s rich character and personality that has us constantly singing its praises to anyone that will listen.”

Paul, Wilmot Way

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