Part of a converted barn, this delightful two bedroom semi-detached house, with sunny patio garden and a useful garden room, is situated in an attractive and welcoming private cul-de-sac, just off Bletchingley high street. Driveway parking for two cars.
SUMMARY Part of a converted barn, this delightful two bedroom semi-detached house, with sunny patio garden and a useful garden room, is situated in an attractive and welcoming private cul-de-sac, just off Bletchingley high street. Driveway parking for two cars.
LOCATION This attractive property is located in a private cul-de-sac in the picturesque village of Bletchingley. This charming medieval village offers a range of 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.
TRAVEL 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).
PRIVATE CUL-DE-SAC This property is positioned at the end of Town Mead, an attractive and desirable private cul-de-sac with a welcoming neighbourly feel and well-groomed appearance. With a mixture of wooden clad barn conversions, and tastefully designed more modern houses, a total of 13 private dwellings share the cul-de-sac and surround a shared pond. A small maintenance charge in the region of £300 per year applies.
GROUND FLOOR The ground floor of this property is open and spacious. The hallway is wide and has space for a telephone table and coat hanging. The kitchen is well fitted and has pleasant views over the private cul-de-sac and pond. Attractive wooden beams, showing a little of the history of the original barn, are exposed throughout, complimented by areas of exposed brick. The stairs to the first floor have a grand appearance with wooden boarding and ornate banister. A large conservatory off the rear gives access to the rear garden. - Open fireplace to living room - Stone worksurface and plenty of fitted cupboards to kitchen - Integrated Neff double oven, Siemens hob, dishwasher and washing machine - Cloakroom with fitted floating mirror and cupboards
FIRST FLOOR The attractive stairs to the first floor lead to a large landing, with further exposed wooden beams and a Velux window allowing natural light. Two bedrooms are served by one bathroom. - Bedroom 1 has fitted wardrobes - Bedroom 2 has a fitted cupboard - Both bedrooms have exposed wooden beams and views over the cul-de-sac pond - Large airing cupboard off landing - Bathroom has a large walk in shower, is mostly tiled with wood effect flooring
OUTSIDE At the front of the property is a driveway with space for two cars. The rear garden is sunny and attractive. Mostly patioed, with mature flower beds and shrubs. The garage has been converted to a garden room, with French doors from the patio. - Driveway parking for two cars - Power and insulation to garden room - Garden room can be heated by electric radiators - Rear garden is fully fenced and walled, with a gate to the front
FAQS - Chain free sale - Freehold - Barn conversion - Large boarded loft - Purchased over 20 years ago - Tandridge District Council - Council tax band F: £3,019.60pa - Town Mead is a private road - There is an annual maintenance charge for the private road believed to be in the region of £300pa - Conservatory added and garage converted to garden room (all necessary permissions gained) - All integrated appliances to remain - Mains gas - Mains sewerage - Regular boiler serviced annually - Traditional radiator central heating