Ralph James

Old School Close


1 Bed, 1 Bath

Old School Close, , Redhill
Built in 1905, Eton House was the main of a number of school buildings, and retains much of its original character. Now a gated development of modern split-level apartments, this charming home forms part of the beautiful historic building.

The apartment comprises of a galley kitchen that opens into a bright living area, with double height ceiling and huge window. Stairs lead to a mezzanine floor, flooded with natural light, with a double bedroom and adjoining bathroom. West facing, the evening sun floods the apartment.

The reception features neutral tones, an attractive modern radiator replicating the cast iron style, and walnut coloured flooring. The window features attractive shutters, offering privacy.

Eton House is situated in Old School Close, a private cul-de-sac off of Frenches road, where you'll find a post office, convenience store and off-license. The nearby Watercolour development has a Tesco express and large lake.
  • Eton House was the original boarding building for a 1905 school.
  • One bedroom apartment with mezzanine floor and double height window and ceiling.
  • Flooded with natural light, this home is bright and airy.
  • The modern, sleek slab door kitchen houses integrated appliances.
  • The additional benefit of a downstairs W/C.
  • This apartment comes with an allocated parking space and visitor parking.
  • A 20 minute walk to Redhill town centre, where the town has undergone a regeneration and introduced new night life to the centre.
  • Redhill is well known for it's choice of woodland walks, nearby open green spaces and proximity to charming Villages.
  • 0.5 miles to Redhill train station, with excellent links to London, Gatwick, Brighton and Kent.
  • Service charge: £1450 | Ground rent: £323 | 112 year lease

Ralph James are proud to present this unique apartment to the market, where a historic building combines with a convenient location.

Old School Close


1 Bed, 1 Bath

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Perfectly situated between London and Brighton, with direct rail links into the city and easy access to the M25, leafy Redhill really is the ideal commuter town. In fact, the high street is currently being redeveloped to meet the needs of an influx of metropolitan London buyers.

You’ll find a mix of period properties and modern developments in a beautiful rural setting, with the characterful villages of South Nut field and Bletchingley adding a touch of history to the area. If you’d like to get closer to nature, you’ll find country walks in Gatton Park and Redhill Common right on your doorstep

“We have loved living in this historical and aesthetic Redgate area since 1987. It is friendly neighbourly area with a welcoming community. It has been a very convenient location for lunchtime Earlswood and Redhill Common walks when working from home, along with Reigate Hill and Reigate Priory Park. Many amenities are easily accessible via the many lanes adjoining Reigate and Redhill historical towns.”

Susie, Elm Road

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