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Located in this very popular part of Reigate, a stone throw away from Reigate train station, is this beautiful terraced Victorian home.
This perfectly formed three-bedroom house dates back to 1890 and has been recently decorated throughout, including characterful features such as tall ceilings, fireplaces and quarry tiles in the kitchen.
Entering the hallway, there's room for some accessories or if you want to add in some storage so you can keep your winter boots hidden away. You’ll follow through to the dining room, where you have more than enough room for your dining table and chairs, as well as a lovely view of the garden. Landscaped by the previous owners, this garden is a sun worshipers dream, with a south facing aspect this is a haven for the summer months.
The sitting room sits to the front of the house, the large window brings in natural light, really opening the space and the beautiful fireplace is a great focal point.
At the rear of the property is the kitchen, a modern room with potential to extend like adjoining neighbours (STP). You also benefit from a large utility room and downstairs WC which is a bonus in houses of this style.
Upstairs are three double bedrooms, which is perfect for anyone looking to start a family or allows the use of one as a home office. The family bathroom is modern, with a freestanding bath and shower overhead, which makes for a great place to relax in the tub after a long hard day.
Reigate station is just a short walk away, on-road parking is unrestricted and if you need to hop on the M25 you can join it within 6 minutes!
For those of you who holiday and travel often, Gatwick airport is just a short drive away or you can always make the most of the number of Taxi-Ranks within the area.
“We have loved living in this house. It’s such a great sociable family home and the location is fantastic. It’s in the catchment for Holmesdale infant school, there’s the fabulous cafe Beryl and Pegs and great pubs at either end of the road.
The garden is lovely and gets the sun all day. It’s been a fantastic space for the children to play in and a great place to unwind with a glass of wine once they have gone to bed!”