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Gawton Crescent, Coulsdon
£1,700 PCM

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IN A NUTSHELL

Gawton Crescent, Coulsdon has  receptions  1   Gawton Crescent, Coulsdon has 2 bedrooms  2   Gawton Crescent, Coulsdon has 2 bathrooms  2  

 

WHAT'S GREAT

Ralph James are ecstatic to present this pucker two-bed flat to the Surrey lettings market.

IN A NUTSHELL
A two-bedroom ground-floor apartment nestled within the prestigious and popular Netherne-on-the-Hill development with an allocated parking space and surrounded by luscious acres of green belt land.

IT'S IN THE DETAIL
The property highlights a bright, open-plan living space leading to a modern and well-equipped kitchen, and two bathrooms including an en-suite to the principal bedroom. With a rural setting and featuring an excellent resident's Gym, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, and Cricket Field there isn't anything quite like this development on the market at the moment. Local shops are well within travel distance and with just a short drive you hit Coulsdon South mainline station with its fast and frequent services into both London Victoria and London Bridge.

The area also has easy access to the M23 / M25 interchange at Hooley with London Gatwick Airport just two junctions along the M23.

HISTORY
Unlike Hooley which was mostly part of Coulsdon manor and parish, Netherne-on-the-hill was within the traditional boundaries of Merstham as a village, that is within its ecclesiastical parish. The property called Netherne — 'Lez Nedder' in 1522 — was acquired in the first decade of the 20th century by the Surrey County Council for an asylum; the quit-rent payable yearly for the land of a little over half of one pound sterling recorded in 1522 was enfranchised from the land by the Council paying its owner.

A SIDE NOTE
This is a fantastic flat with many resident perks. As such, this will be very popular so please do get in touch to book in a viewing ASAP to avoid disappointment. Comes with 1 x allocated parking.

EPC: C (80)
COUNCIL TAX: D (Reigate & Banstead)


Sellers Secret

Unlike Hooley which was mostly part of Coulsdon manor and parish, Netherne-on-the-hill was within the traditional boundaries of Merstham as a village, that is within its ecclesiastical parish. The property called Netherne — 'Lez Nedder' in 1522 — was acquired in the first decade of the 20th century by the Surrey County Council for an asylum; the quit-rent payable yearly for the land of a little over half of one pound sterling recorded in 1522 was enfranchised from the land by the Council paying its owner.

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