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This well located bungalow is ideal for downsizes, young professionals looking for an effortless project or investors looking for a good rental return. Situated just outside of the main hustle and bustle of Redhill Town Centre, you’re within walking distance of the shops, as well as a bus stop and convenience store on Frenches road which is only a short stroll away.
This quaint looking property is quite deceptive once you step inside, with spacious rooms, high ceilings and plenty of light flowing through. The generously sized living room has a pretty bay window at the front where you can set up a reading nook and enjoy a good book when you get a few minutes of peace and during the summer you can open the sliding patio doors that lead you out to the large garden. Sitting up at the table with the family to enjoy a delicious dinner, the separate dining room offers pretty views of the garden and has plenty of space to add in a sizable table.
The separate kitchen is a good size and combined with the utility room gives you more then enough storage space for those handy cooking gadgets. From the utility room you also have access to the garden, during those warmer months you can open the back door to let a warm gentle breeze makes its way from room to room.
The garden is a wonderful space, with a patio for your BBQ and garden furniture, you can enjoy the peace and quiet whilst dining al-fresco and admire the scattering of shrubs and colourful blooming flowers.
The two double bedrooms both come with built-in wardrobes and the neutral décor will allow you to add your own style without too much fuss. At the end of the hall is the family bathroom with a walk-in shower, it’s filed finish makes cleaning a painless task and there is some under sink storage. Three is also a separate W/C.
This location is surrounded by great schools, Redhill Station has excellent links into the city and you can hop onto the M25 in under 10 minutes!
“We love the secret gate in the back garden that provides access for the children to feed the ducks around the pond and is also a short cut to the town.”