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Situated on one of Redhill’s most sought after roads, is this stunning Victorian semi-detached family home. When you drive down the road you will instantly notice why this road is so popular, lined with other period family homes, this quiet road is only a stone’s throw away from Redhill train station, ideal for anyone needing to commute to work every day.
Charming period features continue throughout with high ceilings and cornicing. The hallway leads you into the living/dining room with a sash bay window with fully fitted shutter blinds. The dining area has a large window overlooking the garden, flooding the room with light. A handsome fireplace & ceiling roses add to the charming period features these rooms offer. The kitchen sits at the back of the house and is fitted with elegant modern units and parquet flooring. The patio doors lead you out to the private garden with a great seating area and lawn to the rear.
Making your way back inside and into the hallway you will find access to the cellar, with plenty of storage space. Upstairs on the first floor you have three generous sized bedrooms with a mixture of carpet and hard flooring. The modern and stylish bathroom also benefits from a shower, and gorgeous period tiles. There is potential to extend into the loft which will add an extra bedroom or two! (Subject to planning)
This popular central road benefits from residence permit parking, or you can lose the front garden to create road parking (Subject to planning). Within walking distance to the Memorial Park, which was updated with a lovely café, perfect for adults to enjoy a coffee whilst the children play in the play area. You are surrounded with some of Surrey’s finest schools including St. Bedes and The RAA and surrounded by some of Surreys finest country walks.
"We have really enjoyed living on Lynwood Road. It is a lovely, quiet street full of friendly neighbours and close proximity to the station, town centre, and the park. The house has been a lovely family home; warm, full of light and lots of storage space in the basement. Apart from the location, the period features and high ceilings, the main reason we were drawn to the house was the potential to extend into the loft to add more bedrooms and a bathroom. Most of our neighbours have done a loft conversion and if we were to stay longer, this would have been our next project. "