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This extremely well presented family home is set in an enviable quite residential cul-de-sac. Built in 1934 the property has been extensively modernised by the current owners to create a flexible and modern home.
The bright entrance hall has laminate wooden flooring and under stair storage cupboard leads into the charming kitchen/breakfast room where you will find a good range of country style cream wall and base units incorporating an integral dish washer, fridge/freezer and space for a washing machine. The kitchen also allows space for a table ideal for enjoying breakfast or a morning cup of coffee and access to the landscaped rear patio area. The open plan sitting room, leading through into the dining room offers original stained glass windows overlooking the pretty front aspect. The generous dining room is ideal for large family meals and allows access to the rear level garden via double French doors. A study with a bay window and an extra deep window seal can also be found on this level.
On the first floor are three bedrooms, the master boasting ample built in wardrobes, and a family bathroom with a white suite including a separate shower.
The property is located on a level plot on a popular residential road, convenient for a number of nearby schools and amenities. There are local shops on the High Street at Caterham-On-The-Hill and Caterham Town Centre is approximately 1.5 miles away with extensive shopping facilities including Church Walk and a Waitrose supermarket. Both Upper Warlingham and Whyteleafe railway station are within a short distance, approximately 1 mile away, providing services to London Bridge and Victoria in approximately 35 minutes. The M25 (J6) is about 3 miles away. There are local schools nearby including Audley, De Stafford and Caterham School. Recreational facilities are offered at Kenley Aerodrome and leisure facilities in the area include the De Stafford Sports Centre, tennis courts at Queens Park, equestrian establishments and The Surrey National Golf Course at Chaldon.
The property is approached via a gravel drive way allowing parking for several cars and leading to the detached garage and gated access to the landscaped rear garden. To the side of the driveway is a lawned area that is framed by several well stocked flower beds.
The level and well maintained rear garden that is mainly laid to lawn is screened with fencing and mature trees and shrubs providing an ideal area for children to play. The impressive Indian Sandstone patio hugs the rear of the property and is accessed from the dining room and kitchen allowing ample entertaining space for the summer months.
Set in a quiet Cul De Sac
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