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Prince Albert Square


The Square has a really family-friendly, village feel, with some of our nearest neighbours having lived here for over 30 years.
It is a lovely location for a walk across the common or a bike ride mostly along the cycle lanes to Earlswood Lakes or into Redhill town centre.
With the added benefit of a local parade of shops and choice of takeaways!

  • Three bedroom semi detached home in popular residential road
  • Well presented throughout
  • Landscaped south facing garden offering the perfect space for entertaining or relaxation
  • Detached garage and potential for a driveway
  • Large through lounge / diner which is flooded with natural light
  • Modern kitchen and bathroom
  • 1930's build
  • Road has a lovely community feel
  • Downstairs toilet
  • Council Tax Band - D

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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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