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This attractive period house retains many character features and rooms of good proportions with high ceilings and large sash windows providing good natural light. The charm of this property is apparent the moment you step through the door. The sitting room features a pretty cast iron fireplace with open fire and original casement sliding shutters to the window. There are fitted book shelves and this is open to a dining area creating an ideal living space with a west facing aspect overlooking the garden. The modern kitchen has a range of wall and base units with solid wood worktops with integrated slim line dishwasher, fridge, freezer, ceramic hob, oven and extractor. There is also a door leading to the garden and a south facing window.
A split staircase leads up to two double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and of a good size. The master bedroom to the front is particularly light and spacious. The other staircase leads to the modern shower room which features a corner cubicle, lavatory and pedestal basin with frosted sash window and a large airing cupboard housing the boiler. The property has two separate lofts providing ample storage.
The property is situated in the heart of historic Godstone village which has a thriving community and itself provides a range of local shops, several pubs and a tea shop. There is a village primary school, tennis courts and the picturesque green close by with pond and playground. Moments from the village are extensive green belt walks and bridleways with footpath leading to Godstone Church. Also nearby is Godstone Farm with children’s play barn as well as Bletchingley Golf course. The larger towns of Caterham (3 miles) and Oxted (3.5 miles) provide a more comprehensive range of shopping facilities.
The M25 Junction 6 is under a mile away providing particularly fast access to the motorway network.
TRAIN SERVICES: Oxted railway station offers frequent services to Victoria and London Bridge. Godstone Station (2.5 miles) has services to Tonbridge and Redhill (change for Gatwick and the south coast) and some direct services to London.
With street parking available to the front, the property has a rear gate providing direct access to the delightful patio garden. With a westerly aspect and open to the south and west, the garden is low maintenance and fully paved including a circular design and enclosed by panel fencing to all sides providing privacy. Other features include a dwarf box hedge, brick built shed, stone walls retaining flower beds, built in seat, a variety of shrubs and small ornamental tree
Central Village Location
Close to M25
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