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This substantial Victorian home is set in one of the most popular residential roads in Redhill, only a short walk away from Redhill town, this location has the benefit of being close to the mainline station as well as the popular Redhill common. With so much potential to be transformed into something modern, having been lived in by the current owner for many years the house is in need of a substantial amount of updating.
Up the steps and through the front door into a large hallway which immediately gives you the feeling of space as you enter this home. This house has plenty of room with a living room, dining room, breakfast room and separate kitchen; if you’ve a keen eye for design, you can open these rooms up to create a social layout that will be flooded with natural light. The kitchen at the rear of the property has a utility room so you can store white goods tucked away. From the kitchen and dining room you have access out to the garden.
Surrounded by shrubs and a burst of colour from easy to maintain flowers, the garden is the perfect haven to relax and unwind in whilst dining al-fresco during the hot summer days. A dream for any keen gardener, the southeast facing garden is a little sun trap.
Back inside, you have steps leading you down to the cellar which also includes a coal store. Back up, the first floor comes with three double bedrooms. The master bedroom is an impressive size, comfortably fitting in a large bed with some built-in wardrobes with room left over for any additional accessories.
In the mornings, you can stop by The Deli On The Hill to grab a fresh pastry and cup of coffee to start the day right before heading off to the Station! If you enjoy getting out for a walk and fresh air, Redhill Common is just up the hill and offers some stunning panoramic views.
"‘Upwey’, otherwise known as 21 Upper Bridge Road, has been the family home for eight decades, Like similar properties in the area, it was built in the 1800’s with commuters in mind who wanted to take advantage of the ‘new’ rail station. It has seen many changes in the road and in Redhill town. It survived the Second World War, and its large cellar was a safe refuge during the air raids. Like ‘Upwey’ most of the original, substantial properties in the road remain, giving it a special character. All the original features of the house have been kept, and the rear enclosed garden has remained a traditional open lawn bordered with shrubs and flowers, a perfect space for safe play or relaxation."