A handsome and spacious, Victorian semi detached house, in a very convenient location for Reigate town centre, many of the revered local schools and walking distance to the station. The garden is of surprising size and enjoys a south-westerly aspect, the house also has the benefit of off street parking and a garage.
The ground floor accommodation is well proportioned and has high ceilings throughout, the dining room is to the front elevation with a feature fireplace with archway through to the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of wall and base units with spaces for appliances. The sitting room to the rear of the house is beautiful, with a fireplace creating a focal point for the winter months and double doors giving direct access into the rear garden for the summer. There is an office, and a utility room that incorporates a cloakroom.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms. The master bedroom is to the rear of the property with delightful views out over the rear garden and beyond, it has the benefit of fitted wardrobes and an en suite with sunken bath. The other two bedrooms are both good sized doubles and there is also a family bathroom. To the second floor there are two further light and bright single bedrooms.
The driveway runs to the side of the property up to the garage and parking area.
The rear garden is truly amazing, an oasis in the heart of central Reigate stocked with an array of plants and shrubs. The garden has large areas of lawn and a terrace to the rear of the house is the perfect space for alfresco entertaining in the summer months, tucked around the corner there are several specimen fruit trees.
Reigate’s offers an impressive range of shops and services. 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 teashops and traditional pubs stand alongside chic bistros and sophisticated bars and restaurants. In addition to familiar chains, Island House, Buenos Aires Argentinian Steak House and Giggling Squid Thai Restaurant are perennial favourites. For delicious lunches, The Chapel and Cullendars get great reviews.
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.