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A substantial double fronted period family home of considerable character offering extremely spacious accommodation of about 2917 sq ft arranged on three floors. The property offers many period features including high ornate ceilings, cornice, deep skirting, picture rail and fireplaces.
A spacious entrance hall with vestibule gives way to the ground floor accommodation. The kitchen/dining/family room offers a wonderful space for modern family living and entertaining. The dining area to the front of the property has a large bay window and a pretty Victorian style fireplace. The kitchen has a good range of cabinetry with integrated appliances including a Smeg oven, space for an American style fridge freezer and dishwasher. The family room is a more recent addition to the property which is an oak framed and glass room with vaulted ceiling, electric under floor heating and two French doors that open out into the garden. The sitting room to the front has a bay window with half height shutters and an open fire. A study with built in shelving and cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
There is a half way landing to the first floor that enjoys lovely garden views and maximises available light. On the first floor are four good sized bedrooms, two benefit from a built in cupboard and there is a family bathroom with separate shower/wet area.
The top floor has two further bedrooms that share a bathroom which has the potential to be used as an au-pair suite if desired.
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 with extensive shopping facilities including Church Walk and a Waitrose supermarket. Warlingham and Whyteleafe railway station is a short distance providing services to London Bridge and Victoria in approximately 35 minutes. The M25 (J6) is about 3 miles. There are local schools 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 over a gravel driveway with mature hedging to the sides. There is parking for a number of cars and a gate gives access to the rear.
The garden to the rear enjoys a south westerly aspect and is mainly laid to level lawn. A paved patio spans the width of the property, ideal for alfresco dining. Fencing to three sides with established hedging offers a high degree of privacy and there are flower beds stocked with some mature shrubs.
Kitchen/Dining Room/Family Room
South Westerly Garden
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