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Just a short stroll away from Redhill town and station, this large detached four-bedroom house has plenty of space for the everyday running’s of a busy growing family. Large rooms throughout there is plenty of potential to create a contemporary open plan home and one of the added bonuses of this property are the breath-taking views of the stunning surrounding Surrey hills and countryside.
the front of the property is the living room, a large bay window lets in daylight all year round whilst maintaining your privacy being set back from the road. Next along the hallway is the open plan dining/sitting room, a large dining table will fit in with room to spare so you can enjoy a dinner with the family and catch up on the days events. During the summer you can open up the sliding doors that lead you out to the garden, follow the path to the patio where you can set up your BBQ and some furniture and enjoy the peaceful warm evenings whilst dinner cooks.
The kitchen is a great size with copious amounts of cupboard and counter-top space so you can proudly displace those kitchen cadets and show of your culinary skills as you enjoy the views of the garden. There is also side access from here so when it’s a bit too warm you can open up the door and let in a gentle breeze.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, the master bedroom has a large built-in wardrobe and additional room to add in some other storage such as a lovely chest of drawers or vanity unit. All bedrooms offer spectacular views that you will never tire of. The hallway also has large built-in storage, so you don’t need to worry about running out of space! The family bathroom has a bath and overhead shower with a white tiled finished along with black and white flooring to add a little pop of colour. Downstairs there is also a separate W/C/Shower room where guests or the children can clean their hands before tea.
"I have loved living for more than 20 years in this spacious extended house with its splendid views of the trees on Redhill Common. But the family have grown up and I now reluctantly need to downsize. It’s hidden away in a leafy private cul-de-sac so there’s no traffic and there are nice neighbours, several of whom have lived here longer than my family. There are two nearby corner shops about five minutes walk away, which have been a life-saver during the lockdown. I used to commute by train and it was a pleasant walk to Earlswood station."