The Street, Charlwood, Horley, Surrey, RH6 0DS | Property for sale | Savills
126.16 sq m
Guide price £545,000(32,417,486 EGP)

The StreetCharlwood, Horley, Surrey, RH6 0DS


    Key features

    • 17th century cottage situated within the heart of Charlwood Village.
    • Delightful walled garden and gated driveway providing off street parking.
    • Spacious dual aspect lounge and family room with original beams.
    • Principle bedroom with contemporary en suite.
    • Approximately 300 yards to local amenities.

    A charming three bedroom cottage set on a popular lane in the lovely village of Charlwood. There is ample off street parking and a private garden.

    About this property

    • Nestled in the heart of the charming village of Charlwood, this delightful character home is situated on a tranquil one-way street with its charming local pub and St. Nicolas Church, believed to date back to 1080. The village has a number of amenities including a café, Italian eatery, cricket pavilion, parish hall, and a general store.

      Upon entering, you are greeted by a formal entrance hall/study and a cosy living room boasting a picturesque bay window, this seamlessly leads into the family room which has a feature fireplace and an additional bay window. This impressive double reception room area provides an inviting space for entertaining and is flooded with natural light thanks to its dual aspect. Completing the ground floor is the kitchen/dining room, a country style kitchen, which benefits from dual aspect windows overlooking both the front and side.

      A cottage-style staircase leads to the first floor landing, offering ample space for a reading or study area. All three bedrooms are located on this level, each capable of accommodating double beds. Two bedrooms feature fitted storage, while the principle bedroom boasts the added luxury of an en suite bathroom. Additionally, a family bathroom can be accessed from the landing.

      Externally, the property boasts a sizable driveway with a five-bar gate, provides off street parking. A fully enclosed rear garden, comprises a patio area and a well-maintained lawn. An area of hardstanding, formerly occupied by a detached garage (since removed), offers potential for reconstruction with the necessary permissions.

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    I love the charm and character of this lovely cottage and it's tranquil setting close to the local village pub is delightful.

    Steven StokesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Located in a lovely position in the very heart of the village of Charlwood, where the local church of St Nicholas dates back to Norman times and nestled behind this is Glovers Wood cared for by Surrey Woodlands Trust.
    • Local amenities include a mix of local shops including a traditional village store and The Greyhound and Half Moon public houses prove ever popular.
    • The property is three and a half miles from the centre of Horley which offers a good mix of shops, stores and eateries that include a Waitrose supermarket and a large Tesco closeby in Hookwood. The market towns of Reigate and Horsham provide an impressive range of shops and services in the best tradition of English rural communities. The streets have a delightfully modern, cosmopolitan feel where independent boutiques rub shoulders with popular high street stores. There are also a good number of cafes and coffee shops.
    • The location is ideal for both the commuter and frequent traveller with access to Gatwick Airport just two miles away and with a choice of mainline railway stations at Gatwick, Horley and Redhill that offer Southern and Thameslink services to London from 30 minutes. The M23 motorway provides connections to the wider road network.
    • Charlwood village primary school is just around the corner and other popular schools in the Horley area include Redehall and Copthorne Preparatory. The surrounding area also boasts a number of other popular schools, for all ages. These include St. Mary's Prep School, Handcross Park, Reigate Grammar, Woldingham Girls and Ardingly Collage.
    • The area is surrounded by rolling countryside with plenty of good walking and riding locally whilst there are several golf courses within easy reach. The area also offers a wide range of sporting facilities including very popular rugby clubs, football clubs and cricket clubs.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F