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This four-bedroom detached family home is situated in a sought-after location, on the edge of Wray Common.
Externally, this is a typical 1960s build with some original features including a spacious driveway and single garage, however, once inside you will be blown away by the ultra-modern interior.
As you step inside, the hallway has a discreet cloakroom to the right and straight ahead you can see a glimpse of the glass balustrade staircase. Plush grey carpet underfoot leads through to the large, open living room which has a stunning remote controlled gas fire with surrounding walls decorated in a fresh white palette with stylish feature wall paper. There is also underfloor heating throughout the downstairs and in the main bedroom and bathroom. This home comes with Lutron remote control lighting throughout along with Lutron remote controlled curtains and blinds in the two main bedrooms.
The kitchen/diner (family room) runs along the back of the house and has modern white gloss units with spacious worktops and sleek integrated appliances. This bright space has an elegant flow with a central island to cook on, with a breakfast bar and a dining area for a table and chairs to host more formal dinners. French doors open to a patio, a great space for entertaining, which looks on to the back garden which is secluded and easy to maintain.
On the first floor, the master bedroom is fitted throughout with modern storage space and has a luxury en-suite. There are three further bedrooms, all with built in storage space (one could be used as a study/office) and a modern family bathroom. Bedroom two also benefits from private access onto a balcony overlooking the front garden.
Close to Redhill town centre, you could easily walk into town in 15 minutes to access a variety of shops and restaurants. Redhill train station has direct and regular services into London in approximately 30 minutes. Reigate high street is within walking distance and has a variety of cafes and shops.
"This house has been a happy home and has a happy feel to it. The cul-de-sac is quiet & is pretty and everyone is friendly. Windermere Way is in a great situation. Very near junction 8 on the M25 but far enough away not to hear it. From here it’s easy to get to everywhere – airports, London etc."