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This well located bungalow is ideal for downsizes, young professionals looking for a project or investors looking for a good rental return. Situated just outside of the main bustle from Redhill Town Centre, you’re within walking distance of the town, aswell as a bus stop and convenience store on Frenches road which is only a short stroll away.
The private porch offers shelter and storage, a place to leave your winter coats and boots after a day of splashing in puddles and enjoy long walks in the surrounding surrey hills. Through the front door you enter the open plan living/dining area, this is a great space with plenty of potential. The large windows allows plenty of natural light to flood the space, giving it an airy and spacious feel as you flow into the kitchen. Offering views of the garden, the kitchen is a great size with plenty of built in storage, electric hob and built in double oven.
If you enjoy relaxing in the garden but prefer something that doesn’t need too much upkeep, this garden is ideal. It’s two tier layout is easy to maintain, has more than enough room for some lovely garden furniture and you can gain access via the back gate after you’ve parked up in the private garage.
The master bedroom is a generous size, once two bedrooms, now offers built in wardrobes and the rear windows offers pretty views of the garden whilst allowing the sunshine to light up the room. You can gain access through either the living room or bedroom into the large bathroom, with a bathtub to relax in after a long day as well as a modern free-standing shower.
This location is surrounded by great schools, greenery and you can hop onto the M25 in under 10 minutes! The local shops is a short walk away and will provide you with all the essentials when you don’t’ feel like going into town. Gatwick is only a 20 minute car ride away however if you prefer, you have you selection of Taxi-ranks in the area or Redhill Station can have you there in 10 minutes.
"My mum loved it here, she chose it for its large rooms, proximity to the town, rail and bus stations. Having a patio garden was ideal, she could still enjoy it and it only needed minimal maintenance. The garage was a must for her (although she never used it), it was great for some additional storage if need be! She lived there for over 20 years, loved how safe she felt and how friendly everyone was."