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Set in the heart of Bletchingley Village, this pretty end of terrace cottage has many period features and boasts a large conservatory and secret garden.
The low maintenance front garden is filled with mature plants providing some privacy and the pale blue door opens into a small hallway with stairs straight ahead of you. The spacious living room is to your left, cosy and decorated in a neutral palette there is a a multi-fuel stove and picture railings adding character to the room.
Through to the rear, there is a separate kitchen decorated in a bright and cheerful sunshine yellow with a brick fireplace and space for a dining table and free-standing appliances. A door leads through to the beautiful conservatory, double-glazed with self-cleaning glass and flooded by natural light. It’s the perfect spot to sit and relax whether it be on a summer’s day or winter’s night, you can admire the star lit sky from the glass vaulted ceiling.
Outside, the garden is of a good size, with a patio area to the front, excellent for dining al-fresco and there is a lawn area surrounded by trees and large bushes leading to a ‘secret garden’. Located in a conservation area with easy access, there is on road parking with nearby private space/s possible.
Upstairs, the large master bedroom is to the front of the house and there is a smaller second bedroom to the rear. Both rooms share the family bathroom.
Located within proximity of local village shops, there is a post office, convenience store, public houses, church and Lamingtons Tea House (we highly recommend a spot of afternoon tea here, it’s delicious)! East-west bus services are frequent and excellent connections allow easy onward travel for ease of getting about town and Nutfield train station provides access into London, Brighton and Gatwick Airport. Redhill town centre has an array of shops including a big Sainsbury’s and Marks & Spencer, along with restaurants and entertainment.
"We have lived in this cottage for 34 years. It is evidence to the popularity of these cottages, ours is one of five, that all the neighbours have lived in their own cottages for many years."