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Full of charm, character and gorgeous original features, this beautiful Edwardian home is tucked down a quiet road and just a short walk from Redhill town.
Leaving your shoes in the porch, you step into the spacious hallway – to your left there are steps taking you down to the basement, split into two rooms, this is a generous storage space or could be converted into a children’s playroom to help contain all the toys!
Original parquet flooring flows from the hallway to the reception room and separate living room, stain glass windows run throughout, but the living room offers a unique displace of all four seasons. All rooms are an excellent size, with high ceilings, large windows letting natural light flood through and light décor creating an even more spacious feel. The open plan kitchen/dining room is the perfect entertaining space, suitable for the day to day running’s of any busy family, family can sit up at the dining table whilst you prep dinner. The Kitchen design has a pretty country feel to it, with additional space in the utility room, beams running across the ceiling and the stable style door leads you out to the conservatory.
Outside the secluded garden has a large patio for garden furniture with steps leading you down to the lawn that or to you left you can follow the steps down to the flourishing vegetable patch that is brimming with variety of fruit and veg. For a little peace and quiet, you can sneak through the gate into the secret pond garden and enjoy a glass of wine whilst relaxing in the warm summer evenings.
Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and one single, the master bedroom has a large bay window where you can set up a vanity unit and utilise the natural light shining in. The family bathroom has a free-standing roll top bath that invites you in to enjoy a hot bubble bath and a free standing shower for those rushed mornings. There is a second shower room on the ground floor.
"We have loved living in this Edwardian house with it's beautiful original features and stained glass. It is a friendly and supportive community. We have a dog and a short walk up our road takes us through the woods to Redhill Common. However we have now reached a stage in our lives when we need to downsize but want to stay in the area."