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Just a short walk from town, walks on Redhill Common and the local shops at Raffles Bridge, this home is bright and spacious and perfect for a busy family. With a wonderful selection of excellent schools in the surrounding area, along with Redhill station offering quick links into London, this home is in the ideal spot, away from the main buzz of town whilst still being within walking distance of everything you need.
Parking up on the driveway and making your way inside, you can’t help but be impressed at the space this property has to offer. A large hallway leads you into the impressive living/reception space, this social layout is great for entertaining guests or you can curl up on the sofa and enjoy a peaceful night in with the children catching up on blockbuster hits and enjoy the cosy fire. For those who work from home often, there is a separate study with pretty views of the garden, which was originally and is equally suitable as a third bedroom.
Taking the stairs down to the basement, you will find the kitchen/dining room, snug and shower room. The kitchen has white cupboards that contrast perfectly with the dark countertops and tiled flooring. With more than enough room for a dining table, you can catch up with family and friends as you sort drinks and prep for dinner. Opening up the back door to let in some fresh air, you can dine al-fresco on the large deck during those warm light evenings or throw a summer party during the annual heatwave.
The snug is perfect for when the children have friends over, they can enjoy a movie marathon or games night. This space could also be transformed into a play room or even a guest room with the downstairs shower room giving them their own space and making that morning rush a little less stressful.
The first floor has two double bedrooms, the master with built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom is on this floor. There is also potential to convert the loft to create additional bedroom space should you wish to.
"This is a lovely community area. We’ve lived here since 2004 and have made some life-long friends who are neighbours. This house was ideal when commuting into London (for 15 years), then coming home to a family home curling up in front of the open fire in winter, and dining al-fresco in the summer. Although we never needed to, the house also has potential to extend into the loft as Velux windows are already installed, or by adding a dormer and en-suite as some of the neighbouring houses have done."