This fabulous deceptively spacious home includes a well balanced and flexible layout ideal for families or those requiring ancillary accommodation. Forming part of a small private development created from former farm buildings and stables dating back to the 18th Century, this cleverly created home is private and has a flavour of the Mediterranean to it. The property opens into a generous hall before heading into a double aspect reception room with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, together with access at one end out onto a terrace. There is a substantial L-shaped kitchen/diner/family room with access out to the rear courtyard. The (Stoneham) kitchen itself is made from beautiful solid wood and includes a butlers sink, plenty of worksurface space, storage and fitted appliances. On the ground floor there are 3 double bedrooms, including the guest bedroom which overlooks the garden with en suite bathroom. There is also a further family bathroom to this floor. Depending on requirements the ground floor would also lend itself well to providing ancillary accommodation too and was used in this way by the current owners when they moved in. To the first floor there is a large galleried landing with views over the lounge. This highly useful space could be utilised for a variety of uses such as a study area or play space for children. The master bedroom is an extremley spacious room with built in storage, dressing area and en suite as well as access into significant eaves storage. The main garden is south facing and is situated at the front of the house, but is very private with a wall to the boundary and gated access. There are attractive beds and trees and a lovely area of lawn as well as a pretty terraced seating area. To the rear of the property is another walled courtyard. The property benefits from a double garage, with power, lights and overhead storage, together with two further allocated spaces ensuring the property has excellent parking. There are further visitors parking spaces available.
Located on the outskirts of Nutfield village with its pretty church, Mercers recreational lake and the Inn on the Pond public house all within a short walk. Also located in the vicinity are The Hawthorns School, Nutfield Priory with its health club and leisure facilities and Priory Farm which has a garden centre, farm shop, fruit picking and many activities for children. Merstham & Redhill stations offer fast and regular services to London Bridge and Victoria as well as to Tonbridge & Gatwick. Gatwick. the M25 can be accessed either at Godstone or Reigate Hill providing access to the wider motorway network. The property sits on national cycle route 21 (running from Greenwich to the south coast) making the area popular with both walkers and cyclists