Recently completed as small project of just two exclusive properties and situated in a sought after location close to Wray Common, Number 7 Wraylands Drive is a superb example of the seamless marriage of twenty-first century design and technology with the symmetry of handsome, early twentieth century forms of architecture. Exteriors are of red brick in Flemish bond with K Render to the first floor, under a pitched roof of handmade tiles with handsome chimney stacks and Solar panels, timber framed double-glazed windows and bi-folding doors by Allan Brothers. Arranged over three floors, the expansive accommodation is finished to an exacting specification and extends to approximately 4000 square feet of well-planned living and entertaining space. Some of the features include: Cat 6 wiring, wiring for integrated ceiling speakers, under floor heating to the ground and first floors, wood effect porcelain tiles to the reception hall; porcelain tiles to the kitchen/living room; gas fire to the sitting room with stone fire surround and mantle; oak and glazed staircase, porcelain and marble flooring and deep pile carpets, luxurious bath/shower rooms by Villeroy and Boch and specially commissioned kitchen cabinetry by Nicholas Anthony with composite stone work surfaces and Siemens appliances, induction hob, wine cooler and Quooker tap – all go towards to creating an exceptional, contemporary family living experience.
A wide and welcoming reception hall opens to reception areas, which are both formal and open plan, allowing for free flowing movement within and a fine aspect of the garden to the rear through the large windows and glazed doors. Five spacious bedrooms are laid out over the first floor, three of which have en-suite facilities. The second floor is given over to two further bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite bathroom in Plot 2 and one large bedroom suite with an en-suite shower room in Plot 1.
The property is situated within a Conservation which lies approximately 1 mile from Reigate town centre yet with delightful walks through Wray Common only a few yards away. Reigate is a vibrant and thriving community with excellent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants as well as the open spaces and sports facilities of Priory Park and Reigate Heath. The area is particularly renowned for an excellent choice in schooling at both primary and Choir secondary level in the state and primary sectors including Reigate Grammar School, Micklefield School, St.Bedes Comprehensive School, Reigate Priory Junior School and Dunotter.
The resin bonded drive leads to a parking and turning area in front of each house and garaging. Gardens to the front and rear have been landscaped to provide year-round interest and include terracing and lawned areas with exterior lighting.
All mains services.
Local Authority Reigate and Banstead District Council
Choice of two stunning newly built detached houses
Situated within The Conservation Area
Walking distance of Wray Common with distant views from the upper floors
4000 square feet approx of fabulous accommodation
Smart technology including solar panels