- Guide Price £400,000 to £420,000
- Pretty Period Cottage
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Fitted Kitchen
- Downstairs Fitted Bathroom
- Landscaped Rear Garden
- Cellar Room & Storage
- Popular Location
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
Guide Price £400,000 to £420,000 Hunter & Company are delighted to offer to the market, for the first time in over 60 years, this beautiful mid 19th Century cottage. 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.
On the ground floor, you will find two decent sized reception rooms. The living room faces the front of the property and has a feature fireplace. The dining room has a pretty window overlooking the garden and there are doors leading to the kitchen and cellar. The kitchen is light and bright, thanks to the window and glazed back door leading out to the rear garden, a range of fitted units, with dark coloured worktops and freestanding appliances complete this space. There is a door leading through to the bathroom at the rear of the property, this includes a three-piece matching suite and a window to the garden. The cellar room is particularly interesting and could be converted in to further living accommodation (subject to the usual regulations and permission). With a window to the front providing natural light, this can also just be used as it has been for many years as relatively dry storage.
Going up to the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, both with built-in storage above the stairs. Bedroom two has views out over the rear garden, whilst the main bedroom overlooks the front. There is potential to turn the over stairs storage into a shower to add modern functionality to this lovely cottage.
The pretty country garden has been very well maintained and briefly comprises, timber shed, greenhouse, patio area, evergreen planting to borders and a lawn area. There is also a side gate for access back round to the front of the property.
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, Giggling Squid 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.