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An impressive and well-appointed detached family home offering light, spacious and versatile accommodation arranged on two floors. The property has been extended with a large double aspect music room and sun lounge on the ground floor, a sitting room with Adams style open fireplace and family room (formerly the dining room). The large kitchen/breakfast/dining room has an attractive bay overlooking the garden and is fitted with an excellent range of modern wood fronted cabinets including glass fronted crockery cupboards, Silestone composite worksurfaces, Amtico flooring and Neff appliances. On the first floor there are 5 bedrooms, three of which overlook the rear garden and woodland beyond whilst the master bedroom has a dressing room and ensuite bathroom. The property benefits from Beechwood veneer flooring to the hall and reception rooms, parquet flooring to the sun lounge, double glazed windows and gas-fired heating via radiators.
The property is located along a highly regarded private residential no through road about 1.3 miles from Caterham town centre, with its extensive range of shopping facilities and restaurants. Caterham railway station provides services to London Bridge and Victoria in approximately 45 minutes whilst the M25 (J6) is about 3 miles away. There are schools for boys and girls of all ages in both the state and private sectors including the renowned, and nearby Caterham School. Leisure facilities in the area include the De Stafford Sports Centre in Caterham, the Tandridge Leisure Centre in Oxted, tennis and bowling clubs, equestrian establishments and public and private golf clubs including the Surrey National in Chaldon and Woldingham and Northdowns, both in Woldingham.
The property is approached over a sweeping gravel driveway providing ample parking for a number of cars. Surrounded within beautifully maintained grounds of about 0.37 acres (0.15 Ha) backing onto woodland, the front garden is enclosed by laurel hedgerow borders and laid to lawn with well-stocked colourful shrubs. A Yorkstone pathway leads around the side of the house into the westerly facing rear garden, predominantly laid to gently sloping lawns with evergreen hedgerow borders, providing privacy, and well-stocked sculptured flower and shrub beds and mature trees. Adjoining the back of the house a wide shaped terrace provides an excellent entertaining area. Timber garden shed, log store and greenhouse.
Ensuite Dressing Room
2 Bathrooms (1 Ensuite)
3 Receptions Rooms
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