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Elegant and graceful, this divine 6-bedroom home is truly exquisite. Having been completely renovated by the current owners, taking it back to brickwork throughout, along with a double storey side extension and unique rear extension, this home is a true labour of love.
Once inside, the hallway immediately grabs your attention, with the high ceilings and spacious design allowing views straight through to the garden. The blend of character meets contemporary runs throughout the property, with many original features remaining, having been beautifully restored and re created. The attention to detail from top to bottom has transformed this home into something incredible and unique.
Arranged over four floors, there is plenty of space for the family. The main open plan space is so practical for family life, there is a separate snug or playroom for the children as well as a stunning living room to retire to and relax in the evenings. The kitchen, designed by Espresso Design, flows effortlessly into the living space, with floor to ceiling glass walls which frame the attractive garden, it’s the ideal space for any social gathering.
The sophisticated design of the kitchen is sleek and luxurious, with integrated appliances including Neff slide and hide ovens, a Gaggenau dishwasher and Insinkerator hot water tap, this kitchen is a slice of luxury.
The master suite is magnificent, a real sanctuary to indulge in. The spectacular free standing bath, his & hers basins, along with the waterfall shower in the en suite are stunning, the bathrooms are fitted with Hansgrohe fittings throughout. The remaining bedrooms are all doubles and the flexible layout allows various options for home working or perhaps accommodating an Au Pair.
The location is superb, a short walk from the station and town, with quick links to London, it is ideal for commuting. There are number of outstanding schools for all ages within walking distance as well as green spaces at Wray Common and Priory Park.
“We fell in love at first sight with the house when we first moved down to Reigate from London eight years ago. It was ‘in need of modernisation’ having not been touched for 50 years but the Victorian charm and character was still obvious, and the ceiling height took our breath away. The two years of renovation included a large extension and restoring all of the period features, whilst fully rewiring and replastering throughout and adding essentials like central heating! The house has been perfect for our growing family, easily accommodating us plus an au pair and visiting grandparents and friends. It’s a two minute walk to Reigate station, 7 minutes into the town centre and walking distance to all of Reigate’s excellent schools. We have absolutely loved living here - close to town but with easy access to the North Downs, commutable into London but with plenty of space to work from home - we hope another family will be as happy here."