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Set within secluded mature gardens, this attractive 1930’s property is arranged over two floors and retains many original features such as Pine wooden floors and brick faced fireplaces.
There is an opportunity for a new owner to update and modernise to their own requirements with the potential to extend to the rear to create a kitchen/dining (subject to the usual consents). The oak front door opens into a spacious hallway that has under stairs storage and a useful ground floor WC. The Sitting room with gas fire has interconnecting doors to the Dining room with feature period fireplace and offers good entertaining space. Both reception rooms are double aspect and have lovely bay windows offering much light. The kitchen now requires refitting but has space for a small table, a laundry cupboard and has a larder with the original slate shelving.
On the first floor are 4 bedrooms with wooden strip flooring and all are of a good size (3 double bedrooms and a large single). The two main bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and the second bedroom has an original fireplace. There is a bathroom which requires updating and the master bedroom has lovely vistas of the garden, a bay window and an ensuite shower-room. On the landing is an airing cupboard, storage cupboard, separate WC and access to the loft offering potential to extend (subject to usual consents)
Convenient for the commuter and located on this highly sought after residential road leading to Caterham School which is in walking distance (0.3 miles). Caterham with its mainline station and town centre offers a wide range of shops, cafes and restaurants, a Waitrose and Morrisons supermarket. The M25 is accessible at junction 6 which is 3 miles away. There are local schools nearby including Caterham School, St Johns C of E Primary, Oakhyrst Grange and De Stafford. Recreational facilities such as tennis, bowls and a children's playground are located at Queens Park with open countryside within easy reach and The Surrey National Golf Course at Chaldon.
The front garden is well hidden behind mature beech hedgerows with some flower beds and a private drive. There is a single garage which also has useful internal access to the house. A path leads to the side where there is a brick built outhouse by the kitchen providing useful storage. Passing through the side gate this leads to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by mature hedging and shrubs providing privacy and seclusion. There is a patio adjacent to the house and some shrubs and flowerbeds for summer colour.
In all the plot extends to 0.207 acres (0.08 Ha)
Ground Floor WC
First Floor WC
Front and Rear Gardens
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