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This spacious four-bedroom detached family home is situated on the edge of the beautiful Wray Common, a very popular location.
This 1960’s build has a large driveway including a single car garage that gives you access to the main property. As you step inside, the hallway has a discreet cloakroom to the right under the stairs where you can store those cosy winter coats. Straight ahead you head through to the open plan living dining area, a great space for entertaining family and friends. The L shaped layout offers enough room for a comfy sofa suite along with a large dining table and chair set. During the warmer months you can open up the conservatory doors to let in a gentle summer breeze, natural light floors in all year round giving and open and airy feel. The separate reception room at the front of the property would be ideal for a home office or a place room for the children.
The fitted kitchen has plenty of cupboard space along with integrated appliances and plenty of worktop to create some delicious cuisine. The large widow offers uninterrupted views of the private and secluded garden.
On the first-floor, the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and large built in wardrobes. There are three further bedrooms, ideal for a large family. The bathroom has a tiled finish to make keeping on top of cleaning easy, and you also have the added bonus of a downstairs W/C.
This location is ideal for regular commuters being so close to Redhill town centre. You can walk into town in 15 minutes to access a variety of shops and restaurants as well as Redhill train station which has direct and regular services into London in approximately 30 minutes and to Brighton and Gatwick Airport and local buses stop at the common near the property. There are also some excellent schools all within walking distance!
"This property is in a great location, there are some excellent schools all within walking distance and Redhill town centre can be reaching in 15 minutes if you're up for a short stroll with the station has great links into London, Brighton and Gatwick."