Situated on a no-through road leading to Coulsdon Common, this 1930’s end of terrace house offers good sized rooms and bright modern interiors with open plan living rooms. Entered via an enclosed porch with useful space for coats and shoes, the hall has further under stairs storage and leads through to the double aspect kitchen. Fitted with a range of white wall and base units topped by worktops including a breakfast bar and integrated slimline dishwasher, washing machine, oven, hob and extractor. A particular highlight is the open plan sitting and dining rooms which create ideal space for entertaining and relaxing. To the front is a sitting room with painted beamed ceiling and the dining room has a feature wall and large window which frames the far reaching views over the valley.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms with attractive décor and good natural light, two of which have fitted wardrobes. Completing the accommodation is a modern bathroom with folding glass shower screen and basin storage unit.
Located on a no-through residential road leading to Coulsdon Common, the property is within easy reach of local shops including a Tesco superstore on the Coulsdon Road and day to day shops in Caterham on the Hill. The M25 can be easily accessed from Junction 7 at Merstham with connections to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports. Local schools include De Stafford, Audley Primary, St Francis Catholic Primary, The Oasis Academy and Caterham School.
TRAIN SERVICES: Caterham Station is 1.9 miles and in zone 6 with services to London Victoria and London Bridge and Coulsdon South Station is 2.4 miles with direct services to London Victoria and London Bridge and also direct services to Gatwick Airport and the south coast.
The property has two private parking spaces with the front garden having a strip of lawn, timber fencing and flower beds with steps leading to the front door. Fortunate to have side access to the rear garden, there is a stunning decked wooden terrace which enjoys elevated views over the rear garden and towards Caterham-on-the-Hill. A path leads down to a paved area with built-in barbecue, ideal for summer entertaining with storage beneath the deck and a cupboard. Beyond this is an area of lawn which is enclosed by panel fencing providing privacy with some screening evergreen shrubs to the rear boundary and a number of timber edged vegetables beds for raising your own produce.
Views towards Caterham-on-the-Hill
Side access to rear garden
Off street parking for 2 cars