A charming and unique grade II listed property that offers the chance to own a delightful little piece of Reigate history. Situated moments from the high street and named for its pretty views to Reigate's iconic clock tower, this character cottage packs both contemporary features and character trappings into a wonderful package. Updated in 2014 the property provides a cozy lounge and modern kitchen area on the ground floor and a double bedroom with vaulted ceiling and contemporary bathroom on the first floor. Lovely period features such as exposed beams are retained but not to the detriment of the layout of the house. Externally to the front of the house there is a delightful terrace area to enjoy an evening drink or al fresco dining before steps then lead down to the remainder of the garden which includes a small lawn, decked area and shed. There is no onward chain with the property.
Reigate’s bustling town centre offers an impressive range of shops and services. A flourishing market town in the best tradition of English rural communities, the picturesque streets have a delightfully modern, cosmopolitan feel. Offering the ultimate in retail therapy, up-market independent boutiques rub shoulders with popular high-street stores, while traditional butchers and well-stocked delicatessens specialise in mouth-watering local produce. Historic inns, cosy tea-shops and traditional pubs stand alongside chic bistros and sophisticated bars and restaurants. In addition to familiar chains, Monte Forte, Lebnani, Buenos Aires Argentinian Steak House and Giggling Squid Thai Restaurant are perennial favourites. For delicious lunches, The Vintage Tea House, The Chapel and Cullendars get great reviews.
Reigate Priory Park offers many acres of open parkland and excellent facilities including tennis courts, skate park and The Pavilion cafe. There is excellent walking and riding locally in the surrounding countryside, Reigate Heath and The North Downs Way. The area offers a wide range of sporting facilities including active rugby, cricket, and tennis clubs. For golfers local courses include Reigate Heath, Betchworth Park, Walton Heath and the RAC Club at Epsom. Commuting to London from Reigate station takes around 40 minutes into London Bridge or Victoria. Commuting to London is also possible through Redhill mainline station, 2 miles away, which offers direct routes into London Bridge and Victoria from 28 minutes, Gatwick airport in 15 minutes, along with routes to a variety of other destinations, whilst The Channel Tunnel is within a 90 minute drive