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Incredibly QUIET, the roads linking Albion Road have been hugely POPULAR for decades. Not only are they attractive examples of late VICTORIAN architecture, but the LOCATION is IDEAL for families and professionals alike. The surrounding SCHOOLS and PARKS are exceptional, and the fashionable Reigate High Street is an easy stroll.
Set slightly back from the road, the façade is archetypal for the period in yellow and red brick with sash bay windows. The tiled steps lead you to your door, and once inside, the scale and depth of the house becomes apparent as your line of sight takes you right through the dining room to the rear.
The warm and welcoming living room is a beautifully bright yet homely space. Neutral tones adorn the walls and the period fireplace is a real feature. The dining room provides plenty of space for a sizable dining table, to host more formal dinners with family and friends, ideal for entertaining as well as family time.
The kitchen is a bright and generous space and wooden units provide plenty of storage. Doors open out to the sweet garden which can be left open during the warmer months when the garden becomes an extension of the space, and you can dine al fresco on the decking. There is a lawn for children to play, and tropical planting provides privacy, creating a lovely oasis.
Returning to the house, stairs with bounteous storage below them take you up to the first floor where bedroom two, generously sized bedrooms rest peacefully. To the rear, a larger than average family bathroom resides, with small, square, white tiling around the bath.
A further flight of stairs takes you to the exceptional master bedroom suite where you can retreat from the hustle and bustle of family life, gazing out of the windows over the roof and tree tops, below vast and ever-changing skies. The en-suite bathroom is the epitome of luxury with a contemporary free-standing shower for when time is of the essence.
"Since moving into the property four years ago, we have enlarged and renovated much of the house and garden, including the installation of a new central heating system. The quiet, private garden and rear of the house benefit from having direct sunlight from morning to evening pretty much all year round.
Albion Road, having no through traffic, is quiet, friendly, sociable and safe, with many young families living here. The excellent Parish Primary school is only 2 minutes walk away (with almost guaranteed access due to the catchment area limits) and the house also benefits from being within walking distance of both Reigate & Redhill train stations and town centres, Priory Park, and has numerous small shops just 2 minutes walk away in Lesbourne village.
We have thoroughly enjoyed living in the property, Albion Road and in Reigate."