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This stunning Victorian apartment is close to both Redhill and Reigate town centres which gives you a choice where you fancy doing the shopping, popping out for a bite to eat or strolling to the park.
With your own front door you are welcomed by an immediate sense of space which flows up into a light flooded landing with stripped back banisters keeping the period charm. Off the landing you will see the lounge with its impressive high ceilings and dual aspect windows allowing plenty of light. You could sit and dine and take in the view of the other attractive period houses on the street, then retreat to the comfort of the sofa to catch up on the latest tv shows.
The contemporary kitchen, with integrated appliances, is nicely separated from the other living areas which makes it the perfect place for preparing meals when hosting for guests and helps keep the after dinner party mess hidden away when relaxing in the lounge afterwards!
Retire at night to the grand master bedroom and wake up feeling well rested and refreshed. The current owners have added built in wardrobes with plenty of space for everyone which is sure to stop any arguments for storage space. Guests can stay in the large second bedroom, which also allows access to the hidden gem with this apartment. Up the wooden stairs, you’ll find a great space for a lovely office or the perfect children’s play room!
We think you will love this apartment not only because of its stylish interior and period features, but also because it really is in such a fantastic location. There is a leisure centre around the corner, plenty of restaurants to choose from, deli on the hill and a variety of other shops. On top of this, and its easy access onto the M25 and Redhill train station, make it perfect for all commuters or anyone who loves a weekend out in London!
"We’ve been really happy on Linkfield Street. The flat’s full of natural light and our neighbours are lovely. The location is ideal: walking distance to our kids’ schools, Donyings is close (so we have no excuses for not going to the gym) and it’s exactly 10min to Redhill station. We’ve decided to go elsewhere as the kids are getting bigger now we really want a garden."