- Guide Price £650,000 to £675,000
- Four Bedroom Mid 19th Century Family Home
- Arranged Over Four Floors
- Feature Fireplaces
- Kitchen / Diner
- Downstairs WC
- Large Family Bathroom
- Popular Location close to Priory Park
- Landscaped Rear Garden
- Freshly Painted Exterior
Guide Price £650,000 to £675,000 Hunter and Company are delighted to offer for sale, for the first time in 30 years, this purpose-built four storey Victorian semi-detached family home in fantastic location. This attractive four-bedroom home is filled with original period features and has just been updated externally with a fresh lick of paint.
The open plan kitchen/diner on the ground floor is such a versatile space, offering a range of base and wall units with an inset ceramic sink, painted brick fireplace and currently houses a range style cooker with stainless steel extractor hood. There’s also plenty of space for a six-seater dining table and a handy alcove perfect for a freestanding fridge/freezer. With doors to both the front and rear garden, this gives another option for access and flexibility. The handy downstairs WC completes this floor, with stairs leading up to the first-floor landing.
The pretty stained-glass front door is accessed via steps and you enter directly into the lounge. Featuring a large bay with original sash windows and ever-popular wood burning stove, this characterful room feels both cosy and spacious. Bedroom four/study can be found to the rear of the property and has an original wrought iron fireplace and French doors overlooking the rear garden.
On the second floor the master bedroom can be found to the front with twin sash windows, feature fireplace and built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom to the rear is large and currently houses a corner bath with shower over, has a pretty fireplace and Hollywood style vanity mirror.
On the third floor a large double room with dormer overlooking the front and large single room with Velux window to the rear completes the accommodation.
The rear garden has been subtly landscaped with a grey painted decking area perfect for al fresco entertaining, a large laid lawn and a range of shrubs, hedges and plants.
Located south of the high street in the popular Lesbourne Road area, often coined ‘Lesbourne Village’ there is a real sense of community here. It is also renowned for its fantastic parade of independent shops including, Sea Salt, Maison Du Velo, Greensleeves, The Blue Cow butchers, The Vineking and Two Many Cooks coffee house to name a few.
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, Carluccios and The Black Horse Brasserie to name a few. Reigate also boasts a number of 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.