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GUIDE PRICE: £550,000 - £575,000
This pretty and quaint home is tucked away from the main town of Redhill, with a green right on your doorstep! A charming house with views of the greenery and St Johns church, along with a warm and welcoming close-knit community. It’s hard to believe you’re not in the middle of the countryside when you sit in the garden on a warm’s summers day when you’re just a short walk to the local shops and Station that offers quick links into the city.
At the front of the property, you have the living room the large bay window lets in plenty of natural light throughout the year and on those colder nights you can curl up with some sweet treats in front of the log burner.
The kitchen has a rustic feel to it with pretty solid oak cupboards and light countertops, there is also room in there to add in a small table where you can enjoy a cup of coffee before the day starts. From the hallway you follow the steps down into the dining room, where you can open the bi-folding doors out to the spacious decking and really open this space up.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, both with feature fireplaces and the front bedroom is a great size with plenty of room to potentially add in some built-in wardrobes and other accessories. Up to the second floor is where you will find the master bedroom, this has built-in storage and a pretty master en-suite. There is also access to the eves if you’re in need of some additional storage space. The family bathroom has a metro tiled feature wall surrounding the rolltop bath and overhead waterfall shower. Its’ light colours really open up this room and give you an opportunity to add you own touch with ease.
Redhill common is just a 3 minute walk away, perfect for getting some fresh air, you can enjoy a picnic and take in the truly spectacular panoramic views.
“Since moving into the property in 2013, we have enlarged and fully renovated all of the house and garden, including a full rewire and the installation of a new central heating system. This row of houses has a wonderful sense of community and we are not only neighbours but also friends. We will miss walks on the common, the views over St Johns, summer BBQs out on the common chatting with neighbours and watching our children play together and of course the ease of doing the school run.”