Ralph James

Picketts Lane


3 Beds, 1 Bath

Picketts Lane, , Redhill
A period property originating from the late 1800s. The property retains many original features including its exposed wooden ceilings. Although full of character it is a thoroughly modern apartment that offers spacious and flexible accommodation with an exceptional roof terrace.

Located on the top floor of this Victorian building, Ralph James are proud to present what we can only describe as one of the most unique and desirable properties. Situated in a semi-rural lane close by to Salfords station, this apartment is arguably one of the best on the current market.

The modern and stylish kitchen is well equipped with several integrated appliances. It has a wooden floor, sleek surfaces and cream cupboards with ample storage. As you ascend the wooden staircase and open the patio doors you are welcomed to your very own private roof terrace with far reaching views over the adjoining farmland.

The property has two bedrooms both with high ceilings and built in storage. The neutrally decorated bathroom has a shower over the bath. Completing the accommodation is useful loft storage which is accessed from the stairway.

The property has the benefit of one allocated parking space to the rear with unallocated off road visitor spaces available
  • Two bed character apartment in a semi-rural location
  • One of five in a converted Victorian residence
  • Allocated parking space
  • Useful loft storage
  • Private roof terrace with spectacular views
  • Share of freehold
  • Second floor apartment
  • Surrounded by open countryside
  • EPC Rating - D
  • Council Tax Band - E

Elegant, two bedroom characterful apartment in a semi-rural location surrounded by open countryside and a private roof terrace with panoramic views

Picketts Lane


3 Beds, 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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