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GUIDE PRICE: £400,000 - £425,000
Picketts is a period property originating from the late 1800s. As you would expect from such a property it retains many original features including its gorgeous exposed wooden ceilings. Over the years the property has been lovingly maintained so that although full of character it is a thoroughly modern apartment that offers spacious and flexible accommodation allowing for someone to create a third bedroom if needed.
Located on the top floor of this beautiful Victorian building, Ralph James are proud to present what we can only describe as one of the most unique and desirable properties. Situated in a semi-rural lane on the edge of Salfords Village, this apartment is arguably one of the best on the current market.
The modern and stylish kitchen equipped with integrated appliances would suit any budding chef. It has a wooden floor, sleek surfaces and cream cupboards with ample storage for your weekly food shopping, and west facing views.
A hidden gem sits behind curtains, as you ascend the wooden staircase it feels as though you are stepping into your very own secret escape. Opening the doors into your own 57 square metres of private roof terrace with far reaching views over the adjoining farmland and sunsets to only dream of.
The local area has excellent services including a range of local shops, country pubs and East Surrey Hospital. Salfords Station which is only one mile from the apartment offers direct services to London Bridge and London Victoria whilst both Gatwick Airport and the M23 Motorway are within five miles.
The surrounding gardens of the building are just breath taking. The tree lined road leading to the main building sets a scene of serenity.
"I received such a warm welcome from the neighbours when I arrived here at Picketts, everyone is so friendly and helpful. The neighbourhood has great local amenities and yet you are in the heart of the countryside with all the beautiful views and nature that comes with it. I have worked hard to create a warm and comforting home, I just wish I could take it with me!”