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Situated on a sought-after residential road is this three-bedroom semi-detached property, with a pleasant green outlook facing Kenley Aerodrome and its surrounding open spaces. The property is ideal for the commuter being less than a mile from two stations serving Central London and is within easy reach of local footpaths and amenities. With accommodation arranged over two floors, the property benefits from three good-size reception rooms and three double bedrooms and has excellent potential for modernisation or extension (subject to usual consents) in line with similar properties on Whyteleafe Hill if desired. Internally, the property is well presented through out but would benefit from some modernisation.
The property is entered via a glazed porch leading to an internal entrance hall which leads to the principle accommodation. There is a spacious sitting room with fireplace open to a separate dining room with a large window overlooking the garden, and a breakfast room with access to the garage and the kitchen. The latter is appointed with a good mix of wall and base units and includes a number of integrated appliances such as an oven, washing machine, fridge, dishwasher and a microwave. On the first floor, the three bedrooms are arranged together around a central landing. The master bedroom features fitted storage while the smaller bedroom has its own cupboard and could equally be used as a study. In addition, there is a family bathroom and a separate wc.
Whyteleafe Hill is a sought-after road with excellent access to local shops and restaurants on the Godstone Road and Caterham-on-the-Hill and close proximity to three train stations. Local schools include de Stafford School and Sports Centre, Audley Primary, St Francis Catholic Primary, and Essendene Lodge School with Caterham School about 2.7 miles away. Whyteleafe Primary is located at the bottom of the hill. Surrounding Caterham is the Surrey Hills with walks over the North Downs and plentiful open countryside to explore, with Kenley Common and Betts Mead closer to the house. The motorway network is easily accessible at junction 6 of the M25 (about 4.3 miles).
TRAIN SERVICES: Whyteleafe Hill is well connected to local transport links, being 0.6 miles from Whyeleafe Station and 0.9 miles from Upper Warlingham Station which offers fast, direct services to London Victoria in approx. 31 minutes and London Bridge in approx. 35 minute
The property enjoys a leafy aspect on the outskirts of the village, with a hardstanding parking area to the front providing off-street parking for a number of vehicles. There is also a small front garden with an attractive ornamental cherry. The rear garden is arranged over several tiers and has lovely views from the rear boundary, surrounded by well established hedges that afford a good amount of privacy
Whyteleafe station 0.6 miles
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