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This gorgeous five-bedroom Victorian property, built around 1904, is on the outskirts of Redhill; just a short walk from the shops and station with quick links into the City. Packed with character, the current owners have changed this house into a charming, warm, and welcoming home.
Stepping into the spacious hallway you are instantly impressed with the light and space on offer. To your right is the living room with large windows, and a beautiful fireplace that you can curl up on the sofa in front of in the evening with a good book.
Heading through to the back of the property you will find the generously sized open plan kitchen/dining/family space. The kitchen has been finished with white gloss cupboards and dark granite worktops that combine effortlessly together. From here you also have access to the separate utility room where you can store the washing machine and any extras you want tidied away. The space is perfect for a busy household, it’s social layout means you won’t get on top of each other and in the summer you can open the bi-folding doors to allow the space to flow outside. During the colder months you can enjoy the log burner after dinner and unwind before bed.
The west facing garden is a good size, with a pretty brick wall down one side, a patio for your garden furniture, a shed for storage and an easy to maintain lawn for those who enjoy the outside space without too much maintenance. If you're in need of extra storage this home also comes with a basement which is currently being used as a workshop.
Upstairs to the first floor there are four bedrooms, one of which is used as a home office. The family bathroom is stylish with grey metro tiles, a bathtub and overhead shower. The recent loft extension has been transformed into the master bedroom, up the unique staircase with the rustic feature wall you will be surprised at the size, with pretty views, storage and a stylish en-suite.
"The location of our house is fantastic for both town and country! We are a ten minute walk from Redhill station with its fast direct connections into London (Thameslink and Southern), and its only takes us five minutes to get to the North Downs! We are well placed for the really good schools in the area, our two go to different schools and have always been able to walk. While we’re all at home the house has absorbed us easily, with enough space for us all to work virtually with ease. As well as our garden for a break, we are a few minutes stroll from the Common which has been wonderful during lockdown (especially as The Deli on the Hill is en route!)."