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This stunning period home is archetypal of it's time, located in one of Reigate's most sought after private roads. The stylish finish throughout is enhanced by an abundance of natural light and the high ceilings and fireplaces are just a few of the delightful original character features of the property.
Yellow bricks make up the façade of the attractive double fronted exterior, with mature planting creating an idyllic approach to the house. Accessed via the private road, surrounded by greenery, this family home sits on a wonderful plot behind tall hedging and a large driveway.
The inviting hallway creates quite the entrance as you step through the front door. The separate living and dining rooms are light and airy, with high ceilings and large fireplaces creating a focal point. The lounge is a double reception room running the whole depth of the house, with a wonderful aspect to the front and rear.
Natural light bathes the entire property and two pairs of double doors lead you to the magnificent garden. The plot sits at approximately 0.65 acres of lawn with an eastly aspect. The mature gardens enjoy the sun at all times of the day and the seating area with its outdoor fireplace is a superb space to relax.
Hazelbank dates back to 1871, it was the second house built on Beech Road and remains largely in its original form 150 years later. Only having been sold once in the past 50 years, Hazelbank remains one of Reigate’s most prestigious residences.