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With an idyllic cottage feel, this pretty home is just a stones throw away from the ever popular town of Reigate, with its independent shops and well know eateries you couldn’t be in a better location. Stepping through the front door you enter the reception hall, the ideal spot for hanging your coats, storing bikes or even a home office. To your left you make your way into the open plan living/dining area.
This open plan design is ideal for a social household, it’s wooden beams and ornate fireplace makes you feel as if you’ve stepping back in time with so many original features. You can picture yourself curled up in front of the fire on a winter’s night with a good book and mug of hot chocolate. Double doors take you through to the conservatory where you have gorgeous views of the south facing garden.
The quaint kitchen follows the country theme with light cupboards and stylish tiles. You have access from here and the conservatory to the stunning garden. With brick walls providing privacy and plants lining either side you can’t help but feel at peace. You can enjoy the warm summer sun as you sip on cocktails and admire the views of the cricket pitch. You'll also benefit from direct access through your very own gate onto the cricket lawn, which is any child's dream, or those who love an evening walk with the dog.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two doubles and one single. The hallway has built-in cupboards to keep things tucked away and the family bathroom has been renovated with more beautiful tiling.
If you fancy popping out for a drink or a bite to eat, next door is The Blue anchor, which is a great pub to grab a cold drink after a busy day of shopping. Priory Park is a stones throw away offering some stunning scenery, children's playareas, and you can access this at the end of the road, or through your back gate!
"The location of our home, so close to the high street, combined with the unparalleled views and privacy afforded by the mature garden is what first attracted us to the house, and is also what makes it so hard to leave.
There is also a real sense of adventure and responsibility that comes with owning one of Reigate’s oldest buildings. As we have done some restoration work we have loved uncovering the secrets of the past beneath - knowing that some parts are over 500 years old, and the feeling when you enter your sitting room each day through the door that’s been hanging for likely well over 200 years is quite special!"