- Guide Price £700,000 to £715,000
- Stunning Victorian Home Purpose Built Over Three Floors
- Versatile Accommodation
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Living Room / Dining Room / Sitting Room
- Large Home Office / Studio
- Beautiful Open Plan Lower Ground Floor
- High Specification Throughout
- Sought After Location North of Reigate High Street
- Close Proximity to Reigate Train Station & Wray Common
Guide Price £700,000 to £715,000 Hunter and Company are delighted to offer for sale this stunning purpose-built three-storey Victorian semi-detached family home in a fantastic location. This attractive three double bedroom, three reception room property has been beautifully updated and extended in recent years, yet also retaining many original period features.
This house is pretty unique in the fact that you have two ways of entering the property. There is the grand front door located via the steps to the front and this takes you straight into the upper ground floor sitting room. The second entrance is via a door to the side of the property, this takes you directly to the lower ground floor, where you will find the kitchen, dining room, living room and downstairs Bathroom.
The open plan kitchen/diner/living room on this floor is such a versatile space. The kitchen is facing the front of the building, offering a range of off-white shaker style base and wall units with a complimentary solid block wood worktop and ceramic inset sink and drainer. There’s a range of integrated and freestanding appliances, wall mounted gas boiler and the floor and walls tiles are finished in a stylish slate effect.
Moving into the dining area located just off the kitchen, the slate tile floor continues and there’s a lovely feature fireplace with wood burning stove, perfect for those cold winter evenings. There’s plenty of space for a six-seater dining table and two handy alcoves, perfect for freestanding furniture.
Open plan to the extended living room, this space really is envy-inducing. Light floods into the room via the wall to wall bi-folding doors and large roof lantern. The engineered oak floor gives it a warm feel and complements the decked patio.
With doors to both the front and rear garden, this gives another option for access and flexibility. The luxurious downstairs bathroom completes this accommodation, finished in a traditional style with a white suite comprising freestanding bath with shower over, low-level WC and pedestal hand basin. The tiling is predominately on-trend white and grey metro tiles to the walls and block grey tiled floor. The entrance lobby then has stairs leading up to the upper ground floor level. The entire lower ground floor has the additional benefit of underfloor heating, adding that little bit of extra luxury.
On the ground floor, steps lead up to the front door and you enter directly into the sitting room. Featuring a large bay window with original sash windows and ever-popular bistro style wooden shutters and a cast-iron feature fireplace, this characterful room feels both cosy and spacious. Bedroom three is a double and can be found to the rear of the property, it has an original cast iron fireplace, exposed varnished floorboards and a window overlooking the rear garden.
On the second floor, the master bedroom can be found to the front with twin sash windows, feature fireplace and a really useful built-in WC, this could easily be extended into the room to create a full en-suite shower room. The second large double has a window overlooking the rear and yet another feature fireplace.
The rear garden has been subtly landscaped with a decking area perfect for alfresco entertaining, a large laid lawn and a range of shrubs, hedges and plants. A block paved path weaves its way up to the top of the garden and there you’ll find the superb timber studio which would make an ideal home office. Measuring 14ft x 10ft, this space has separate power, light and insulation making it useable all year round. Finally, there is side access leading back to the front via a side gate.
Reigate is a bustling market town providing a comprehensive range of local shops, independent boutiques and high-end retailers. There is a great variety of restaurants and coffee shops including; Côte, Wagamama, Pizza Express, Café Rouge and The Black Horse Brasserie to name a few. Reigate also boasts several good schools, state and independent, for all ages. These include Reigate Parish Church Primary School, Reigate Grammar, Micklefield Primary, Holmesdale Primary, Reigate Priory and Reigate Secondary. Commuting to London from Reigate or Redhill station, which is both walking distance from the property, takes less than 40 minutes to Victoria and London Bridge and a direct service to Guildford in about 20 minutes.