- Built 1990
- Purchased 1998
- 5 beds, 3 bath, 4 recep
- Large mature garden
- Double garage
- Tandridge District Council
- Council tax band G, £3,484.15
- EPC rating D (63)
- Living space 2644 sq ft
This beautifully presented home, located in the historic village of Bletchingley, is surrounded by mature gardens and benefits from a private drive and a double garage.
Five good sized bedrooms, two with en-suite bathrooms, plus a family bathroom make this property perfect for a growing family. Four of the bedrooms have the advantage of built in wardrobes and a large airing cupboard and fully boarded loft means that there is no shortage of storage.
The sense of space continues on the ground floor with a generous dual aspect sitting room giving access to the South-West facing conservatory and dining room.The fully fitted kitchen, with integrated electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher and under-counter fridge, has a breakfast bar and tiled floor plus access to a fully functioning utility room. The utility room has room for a fridge freezer and washing machine, plus an additional sink and access to the garden. The ground floor also benefits from a further reception room, downstairs toilet and separate cloakroom
Outside, the south facing rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with mature trees, shrubs, lower borders and patio area. To the far side of the garden there is a greenhouse, vegetable area, shed and an attractive pergola boasting well established wisteria. There is also a water tap and side access to front. A door leading to the double garage with fuse board, electric meter, gas meter, gas central heating boiler, window and door to garden.
To the front of the property is a secluded front garden with mature trees and shrubs, gravel drive with parking for several cars.
LOCATION AND TRAVEL
Located in a pleasant residential road in the picturesque village of Bletchingley this charming medieval village offers shops, a number of excellent gastro pubs and a golf club. Fast train services to London and a more comprehensive range of shops can be found in the nearby towns of Redhill and Caterham, located approximately 4 miles away, and Oxted, approximately 5 miles away. This area is also served by good local state and private schools.
Junction 6 is approximately 2.5 miles away providing easy access to the M25 and Gatwick airport. Redhill mainline railway station provides fast trains to East Croydon (from 16 minutes) London Victoria (from 37 minutes) and London St Pancras (from 46 minutes). In addition Merstham mainline station provides fast trains to London Victoria (from 33 minutes).
- Built 1990
- Purchased 1998
- Tandridge District Council Band G (£3,484.15)
- Shared access to private front driveway
- Regular boiler
- Mains gas
- Traditional radiator central heating
- Boarded loft with ladder and lighting
- Mains sewerage
- Burglar alarm