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This unique mid-terrace property is part of a former stable block dating back to 1898 and converted in the 1990s. The entrance is via an attractive hallway with an open doorway through to the spacious reception room with wood laminate flooring. This is a lovely light filled space which can be divided into sitting and dining areas, with double aspect views over the communal front garden and to the rear. The shaker-style kitchen is accessed via two sets of steps down from both the entrance hall and the sitting/dining area. Decorated in a traditional country style with an undermount butler sink, the kitchen also features a range of integrated appliances including a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven and electric hob, with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
All three bedrooms benefit from built in wardrobes with hanging space. The master bedroom has an en suite Shower room while the second bedroom has slightly sloping ceilings and a dormer window overlooking the front of the property. The third bedroom has space for a single bed or could alternatively be used as a dressing room. On this floor there is also a family shower room with a glass walk-in shower.
Set within lovely countryside popular with equestrian pursuits but with easy access to town shopping, the house is located 2.3 miles from Caterham with its Waitrose supermarket and range of amenities and just half a mile from the nearest gastropub, The Harrow. The property is very convenient for The Hawthorns School (2.2 miles), Caterham School (2.1 miles) and Oakhyrst Grange (1.2 miles) and is located close to historic Bletchingley village (1.9 miles) which has a primary school, traditional public houses/restaurants and antique shops. The M25 motorway can be accessed from junction 6 at Godstone (4 miles). TRAIN SERVICES: Direct services run from Merstham and Redhill to Victoria and London Bridge in approximately 30-35 mins and Gatwick Airport (12 mins).
Parking is located on Spring Bottom Lane in a shared gravel drive; a single detached garage has electricity installed with a manual lift door. The house is set back from the road along a short tarmac lane and looks striking from the front with its charming clock, roof tower and dormer windows. The shared front garden is laid to lawn with paths and shrubs adding interest and space for a patio table and chairs. The private garden is not directly adjacent to the property but rather accessed by a path from the drive or via a wooden gate from Spring Bottom Lane. Surrounded by mature trees and shrubs, the lawn area feels secluded and has a paved area which would be ideal for outdoor seating.
Family Shower Rooms (1 en suite)
Off Street Parking
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