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PRICE GUIDE: £375,000 - £400,000
Tucked away in a quiet residential road, sits this elegant, Edwardian property, full of charming character features.
Walking down the side of this semi-detached home, you step though the front door into the hallway. Once inside, the comfortable living room is to your right. Light flows through the large bay window, exposing the beautiful feature fireplace. The perfect room to relax in after a long day with plenty of space for sizable sofas with a few sweet treats.
Through to the back of the house you have a spacious dining room with under stair storage to house all your shoes and coats. There is space for a dining table so you can host more formal dinner parties when friends and family visit. Adjoining to this is the kitchen which is a great size with plenty of units, work surfaces and space for freestanding appliances, the décor had a rustic, country feel that is warm and welcoming.
Patio doors lead you out to the garden, the patio sweeps around the side of the property and provides you with space for garden furnishings. The long lawn is great for the children to play, the fences are lined with tree and plants, giving a bust of colour.
Upstairs, there are two generously sized bedrooms, both with pretty feature fireplaces adding a cosy feel. The family bathroom has a gorgeous roll top bath where you can soak and enjoy a glass of wine after a stressful day, and when you’re rushed in mornings you can hop into the free standing shower.
Situated on the outskirts of Redhill town centre and close to Merstham, you have the choice of walking to either Redhill or Merstham train stations, with great links to London, Gatwick and Brighton. There is a Tesco Express in Watercolour as well as a doctors surgery, chemist and vets. Mercers Lake is a short stroll away, great for taking the dog for a walk, or simply taking in the stunning views Surrey has to offer.
"We have loved our time in this house, and have made it our own with a new kitchen, bathroom, windows and boiler. The road is full of young families and, being one way, is a safe and communal place to live. It’s a short walk to the town and station, yet also to some beautiful local lakes and countryside walks. It’s just a ten minute stroll to Lime Tree Primary school and is within easy walking distance of some great secondary schools too."