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This CHARMING Victorian CONVERSION really defines the idea of the PERFECT APARTMENT. As you drive through the tree lined entrance proceed up the DRIVEWAY and Brampton's sheer presence is most captivating.
You approach the front door from behind the building as you pass the well-manicured shared gardens, and into the gracious long entrance hall where the original finials and cornicing remain. The gorgeous original wooden floor boards beneath you continue throughout the apartment.
As you make your way to the first room on your left you enter the spacious open kitchen/dining/living room. The traditional country style ‘Howdens’ kitchen benefits from fully fitted appliances. Across the room the large sash window looks out to the communal garden, which floods this room with light. A nice contrast is the open fire place at the opposite end of the room, the perfect place to cosy up in the winter months. However, the truly eye-catching feature in this room is the worktop island and breakfast bar in the middle. The worktop surface is reclaimed salvaged wood which was originally used in a science lab in a school with a traditional butler sink. Back in the hallway is a fantastic sized cupboard which can also be used as a utility room with a plumbed in washing machine.
The three bedrooms are excellent sizes all offering enough space to fit a double bed. The master bedroom also has stunning shutters along the whole length of the sash window. The main bathroom has a glorious roll top bath with a shower above and a toilet and sink.
A very convenient location to be within walking distance to Redhill’s fantastic train station with excellent transport in and out of London, Gatwick and Brighton. Redhill town centre has all your essential shopping and is minutes from the M25.
"Full of history, this stunning Victorian building would have housed the miners in the mid 1900's. There aren’t many apartments about which offer this luxury grand living at such a reasonable price. Its features and ceiling heights resemble London style homes, but its style and flare remind me of something you’d expect in the heart of Brighton. So whether you are coming 40 minutes from Brighton or 30 minutes from London, spare an hour and come and visit The Brampton!"