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Located along one of South Nutfield's best roads, this attractive 1950’s 'Arts and Crafts' style property has been extended and improved creating a family home with flexible accommodation and includes a large annexe or ancillary accommodation. The house has a lovely setting and includes many features including leaded light windows and oak flooring, solid oak staircase, doors and windows frames. Of particular note is the elegant sitting room with beamed ceiling and double doors opening to the dining room which with its bay window creates ideal entertaining space. The kitchen benefits from a gas fired Aga in a brick alcove and a range of wooden fronted and glazed units incorporating a breakfast bar.
An oak staircase leads to the first floor where there are three bedrooms. This includes the master bedroom which has an ensuite bathroom and completing this floor is a family bathroom. A loft extension has been added to increase the accommodation and comprises a bedroom with ensuite shower-room which is currently used as a study and playroom.
The detached annexe (currently used an ancillary accommodation) is located above the double garage has a modern glazed atrium with double height windows. The flexible accommodation can be arranged into two bedrooms or one bedroom and a dining room, a kitchen, a bathroom and a living room featuring a brick fireplace and patio doors to a decked terrace.
The property is situated within the village of South Nutfield which includes a church, Farm shop & Nursery, public house, village store and railway station offering services via Redhill to London Bridge in about 40 minutes. A more extensive range of shopping facilities can be located in Redhill. There are a number of excellent private schools locally including Caterham School in Caterham, Hawthorns in Bletchingley, Dunottar and Reigate Grammar. The M25 (J6) is under 5 miles.
With extensive grounds of over half an acre, the delightful gardens are a highlight of the property offering a high degree of seclusion provided by the hedges and trees that follow the boundaries. Well set back and with a wide frontage onto The Avenue, the property is approached by either a gravel path or drive bordered by lawns with a variety of evergreen shrubs. Adjoining the annexe is a decked terrace which is a lovely place to sit in the summer months and has lovely vistas down the garden. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of interesting trees including silver birch and an orchard with fruit trees towards the rear. Other features include a box hedge garden, a wooden playhouse and a shed.
MAIN HOUSE: 4 Bedrooms
3 Bath/Shower-rooms 2 En suite)
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
Lobby. ANNEXE: 2 Bedrooms
Kitchen. OUTBUILDINGS: Tandem Garage
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