A charming Edwardian five bedroom detached family home with double garage and parking.
A beautifully refurbished and immaculately presented Edwardian home set in arguably one of Redhill's premier locations, located less than half a mile from Redhill mainline station and within easy access of countryside walks.
The accommodation of approximately 3300 sq ft consists of many character features including high ceilings, ornate cornicing, original bay windows, feature fireplaces and stripped original floorboards. An attractive storm porch with original tiled floor leads to an impressive hallway which has a downstairs cloakroom and storage cupboard. The dual aspect sitting room has double doors leading in to the conservatory and the dual aspect dining room has a feature gas fire, there is also a study, utility room and a fabulous open plan kitchen/dining/family room with bi-folds leading on to the garden and a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams.
On the first floor is a master bedroom suite with dressing room and en suite bathroom with freestanding bath and separate shower, three further generous bedrooms a family bathroom as well as an additional toilet, on the second floor a fifth bedroom and a large eaves storage area.
The pretty rear garden offers a good level of seclusion via various mature trees and shrubs, there is an attractive terrace area as well as wisteria covered pergola providing a covered dining area. There is a greenhouse and an established fruit and vegetable patch. To the front of the property is a private drive providing off street parking for several vehicles in addition to this at the rear is a courtyard accessed via electronic wrought iron gates providing additional parking and access to the detached double garage which includes a fast charge electric charge point. The garage has power and plumbing, subject to the relevant planning this could be used as an annexe/home office/studio.
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The house has been carefully and lovingly refurbish by the current owner to make it one of Redhill's finest homes.Steven Stokes