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GUIDE PRICE: £260,000 - £270,000
This glorious Victorian house was built in the 1890's, and while they were once two dwellings, this has since been sensitively converted into sizeable apartments. This one is approached up some paved steps and through a secure entrance door to a well maintained shared hallway between this and another apartment.
You are welcomed in to a long hallway, with high ceilings that stretch the depth of the flat into the open plan, spacious but cosy lounge & kitchen. The carpet flows throughout the hallway and into the living spaces for continuity. The large bay windows in the lounge face West to bring natural light into the room, and these follow the gentle curve of the front wall. There’s ample space in here for comfortable sofas and chairs as well as a dining table without feeling cluttered, and the neutral decor will suit any furnishings.
Further along the hallway you’ll meet the master bedroom that is of similar proportions to the living room. With views over the East facing green gardens, it’s the perfect place to wake up in the mornings. The chimneys are removed to allow for freestanding wardrobes, and there’s still lots of floor space around the king size bed. A Juliet balcony from your master bedroom allows for a gentle breeze in the summer months. The communal garden has been separated and you’ll benefit from a private area which is a fine size for a table and chairs, and with a little gardening, could be a tranquil retreat from city life.
The kitchen off the lounge has modern fitted units, topped with attractive surfaces, and all appliances are built in. From the lounge, there is a utility room including space and plumbing for a washing machine and this also homes the new combination Wochester boiler.
The second bedroom is at the rear of the property and ideal for children or as an office. Opposite you’ll see the bathroom which has been recently refurbished with a modern and sleek look.
"This flat has been a great first home for us and we are glad we chose it. The livingroom has an amazing view and you will find a nice sunset makes it very picturesque. The Juliet balcony in the bedroom is a nice bonus too, it certainly makes working from home more relaxing!
The location is also ideal. There are a few local shops for any last minute necessities and for bigger shops Redhill town centre is a 15 minute walk away. Earlswood station is 10 minutes away making the morning commute nice and easy, with multiple good pubs/restaurants nearby too."