Ralph James

Upper Bridge Road


4 Beds, 2 Baths

Upper Bridge Road, , Redhill
Sold STC
GUIDE PRICE: £730,000 - £750,000.

Ralph James are pleased to present this superb period townhouse in the heart of the resident-named Redgate pocket.

Typical for townhouses from this era, steps lead up to the main entrance on the upper ground floor, and the hallway features ornamented coving and cornicing. Two reception rooms are separated by the stairs, offering ample space for growing families. The rear lounge opens up to the garden, which is an impressive size, comprising of a large lawn bordered by an original Victorian wall.

The lower ground floor has been designed to be the heart of the home, with a breakfast room and kitchen, with potential to reconfigure into a larger, open space (stpp). A dining room also sits at the front of the property, with a feature fireplace.

Four double bedrooms span the first and second floors, each served by a character fireplace and built-in storage. This home offers the ideal opportunity to utilise the
  • GUIDE PRICE: £730,000 - £750,000
  • Character features typical of the Victorian era.
  • Four double bedrooms with two bathrooms over two floors.
  • In the heart of Redgate, so-called fondly by the residents due to it's equidistance between Redhill and Reigate.
  • 7 minute drive to the historic market town of Reigate.
  • 10 minute walk to Redhill train station, with direct trains to London Victoria, London Bridge, Gatwick Airport and Guildford.
  • No less than 8 primary schools within a mile of the property.
  • Off road parking for one.
  • Council Tax Band - F
  • EPC Rating - E

This characterful property has a grand facade, with tall bay windows, a framed sheltered porch and ornate soffits below the roof. This property is a must-see.

Upper Bridge Road


4 Beds, 2 Baths

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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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