- Period Detached Family Home
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Downstairs Cloakroom
- Family Bathroom
- Utility Room
- Garage (Not suitable for a car without internal alterations)
- Off Street Parking for Two Cars
- Cul-De-Sac Location
Hunter & Company are delighted to offer this pretty, three-bedroom detached period home, located at the end of a cul-de-sac. Woodlands Avenue is centrally located and set amongst similar period properties, with the additional benefit of off-street parking and a garage.
On the ground floor, there is a large, bay-fronted living room with feature fireplace. The dining room opens on to the sunny conservatory with views out to the garden. There’s a handy cloakroom off the hall and then the kitchen is located to the rear of the property.
The kitchen has traditional style units with matching worktops. There’s a range of integrated and freestanding appliances, with space for a range style cooker and serving hatch through to the dining room. A further door then leads out to the utility room, which also has a separate sink, base and wall units and a matching worktop. You can also access the rear garden here, along with another door leading into the garage. This area is mainly used for storage and has a separate study, however, this could easily be put back to its intended use, as the up and over garage door leads directly on to the driveway.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, the main double faces the front and has a useful shower cubicle. The second double faces the rear with views over the garden, the large single has a double aspect to the side and rear. The fitted family bathroom has a white three-piece suite and is neutrally decorated for any taste with a double aspect to side and front.
Outside, the rear garden is a wonderfully private space and has been landscaped in a Mediterranean style. The front provides a paved off-street parking area for two cars and is screened from the road with high-level hedgerows.
Earlswood really does have it all, two good schools in Earlswood Juniors and Infants, Earlswood train station with regular trains up to London and various shops and amenities including Holborn's convenience store. For those with older children, there is The Warwick School, St Bede's School, Royal Alexandra and Albert School and East Surrey College. There's also then St. Johns Primary, Reigate School (Secondary) and Reigate College.
Redhill is currently undergoing a couple of multimillion-pound redevelopment schemes including the reopening of the Memorial Park, a new two-storey Sainsbury’s supermarket with Travelodge hotel & gym above as well as the new Marketfield Way scheme to include a multi-screen cinema, retail & residential units.
Local transport links are excellent with regular bus services and train services to both London Victoria & London Bridge, the West and the South Coast. Access to both the M23 & M25 is within a fifteen-minute drive providing great road links to London, the South & London Airports.