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Built in 1908 this five-bedroom detached home is situated in Earlswood, a wonderful location with a local shop, pub and restaurant as well as Earlswood train station that can get you to the City with ease. There is a great selection of schools within walking distance, and from the back bedroom you have a wonderful view of St. Johns Church.
Entering the recently renovated porch where you can store the winter coats and wellies, you go through the pretty blue front door into the long bright hallway. To the left, at the front of the property is the large living room, it's beautiful wooden flooring, large windows and high ceilings really are something that draws you into the room. Warm and welcoming, this is the perfect place to curl up on the sofa after a long hard day to relax and catch up on your favourite shows, enjoying the heat from the log burner which was installed in 2014.
Through to the rear of the property is the dining room with built in storage and another original fireplace, currently blocked out but can be opened and used during the colder months. Connecting to the kitchen, there’s plenty of storage to keep the worktops free from kitchen gadgets allow you to cook, bake and create; the breakfast room linked in with the kitchen means you can sit and enjoy the views of the garden through the large patio doors. Under the stairs is a WC, great for visiting’s guests to clean up before joining you in the landscaped garden for a summer BBQ.
Upstairs there are two large double bedrooms, both with built in wardrobes and plenty of room for any other added furnishing or accessories you want to add. The third bedroom is large enough for a single bed or perfect to be used as a home office! The family bathroom has a free-standing shower as well as a large bath, there is also another separate W/C at the top of the landing. Up to the second floor is another two double bedrooms with plenty of natural light flooding in and for extra storage there’s access via the eaves
"This home has been perfect for our family, being close to the station helped us keep our home/work life balanced, there are lots of good schools in the area and plenty of places to grab a bite to eat. One real bonus to the area is that you've got Redhill common like a 5 minute walk away, the views are outstanding, it's hard to believe you're in still in Redhill and not in the middle of the countryside!"