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AVAILABLE 28TH OCTOBER.
The Royal Earlswood Park holds a wealth of history The residents of the development have the luxury use of the private gymnasium and indoor swimming pool, as well as being able to take a relaxing walk around the beautiful grounds
Located on the first floor of this beautiful Victorian building, is one of the most unique and desirable properties. As you walk through the front door the high ceilings and neutral colours decorated throughout give you a real sense of space. The hallway also benefits from two large original windows which flood the apartment with light. There is also a handy cloakroom.
At the end of the hallway and to your left is the spectacular living/dining room with ample space to fit all your furniture in, as well as plenty of space to move around. Two large windows dominate the walls with views overlooking the grounds. The ideal space to entertain family and friends.
The modern and stylish kitchen equipped with integrated appliances would suit any budding chef. It has a stone ceramic tiled flooring, sleek white worktops and cream cupboards with ample storage for your weekly food shopping.
The generously sized master bedroom has a modern white fitted en-suite and dark walnut cabinets. The second bedroom is also an excellent size and benefits with its own en-suite wet room with sand tiled wall and floor tiles.
For those needing to commute by train to work, Earlswood station is only a 10-minute walk away. For those that would prefer to use Redhill train station, there is a regular bus that goes through the development to take you into Redhill. Reigate town centre is also a short drive away and is well known for its variety of fancy eateries & boutique shops.
"I love the feeling Royal Earlswood Park gives you when you approach Victoria Court up the winding road, it almost takes you back in time. There is a short cut to Earlswood train station so easy access to London if you need to commute. Apparently there is also a tunnel underneath Victoria Court running directoy to the station which the Queen used many years ago."