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This semi-detached two double bedroom home is tucked away on the edge on Reigate, warm and welcoming as soon as you step inside, this is a great home of those looking to move up the property ladder and gain some extra space both indoor and out.
From the moment you open the door, you are will be instantly impressed at the natural light streaming in through the large bay window from the living room and opening up the space around you. The warm neutral tones of the living space creates a cosy and relaxing feel where you can sit with a cup of something hot and put your feet up.
Following the original wooden flooring through to the dining room, you will have plenty of space to add in a dining table and the under-stair storage space is a great added bonus. Although not open plan, the social kitchen is through the archway and the design allows you to stay involved in the conversation whilst you’re busy rustling up something scrumptious to eat.
The kitchen has integrated appliances and a generous amount of cupboard space, topped black with quartz worktops. From here you can make your way through the back door leading you out to the garden which is a great size for summer dining. The decking provides you a place to set up your garden furniture whilst still having a good-sized lawn for the children to play. There is also some outside storage for you to store things the winter.
Inside, the staircase takes you up to the two double bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor. To the right of the staircase is the large master bedroom which overlooks the residential street and has a built-in cupboard/wardrobe. Along the hallway, the second bedroom overlooks the garden, and the family bathroom has a shower over the bath.
This house couldn’t be in a better location to experience Reigate at its best. Its proximity to several schools, parks and stations means this house would be desirable to many; particularly commuters and those looking for a family friendly neighbourhood.
"I love this house, it’s modest but so practical. It’s close enough to walk to town without feeling in the thick of the noise and bustle, I’m always grateful to get home. It’s also within a stones throw to the fields around it and I can run at dawn with the dog and not see a soul. We have been very happy there. The kids cry when I say I’m selling it. The open fireplace, the sunlight upstairs floods the bedrooms. The off street parking. The dusk in the garden. It’s very quiet by 9pm that’s a huge relief when you have small children and need the sleep yourself and lastly the coop over the road has been a god send!"