For Sale

The Street, Charlwood

Guide Price



  • Type: house
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Outbuilding

This delightful character home is located in the sought after village of Charlwood in Surrey and dates back to the early 1900's. It retains a plethora of original features including sash windows and Victorian cast iron fireplaces to name just a few.

Each room offers something different with a spacious lounge and a very nice family room which is an ideal snug, located just off the kitchen.

The flexible accommodation includes two further reception rooms and an extremely bright kitchen/breakfast room with views over the garden area and outbuildings. The kitchen has a comprehensive range of wall and base units with contrasting work surfaces, sink unit, electric double oven, gas hob, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and freestanding boiler. There is plenty of space for a large dining table.

The utility room has plumbing and space for washing machine with a stable door to the rear courtyard. There is a shower room comprising a shower cubicle with an oversized shower head, WC, wash hand basin and tiled walls.

At the front of the property there is a stain glassed front door opening on to a spacious hallway with stairs to the first floor.

The principle bedroom has a front aspect with built in wardrobes and a cast iron Victorian fireplace. Bedrooms three and four also feature fireplaces. The family bathroom has a panelled bath with Victorian mixer tap and shower attachment, WC, bidet, Victorian style pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled wall and access to the loft.

Outside there is a smart block paved driveway with wooden double gates leading to the south facing rear courtyard garden with flower beds to one side.

The former stable block has scope to convert into an annexe (STPP) and incorporates a tack room, laundry room and storage room. There is an attached double garage with up and over door plus power and lighting.

Charlwood is a pretty Surrey village with local shops and the popular pubs 'The Charlwood' and the 'Half Moon' which are both within walking distance. There is a local primary school which is currently rated as 'Good' on the Ofsted report. Larger towns nearby include Horley, Crawley, Reigate and Dorking. The parish has over 80 listed buildings and features, including 28 medieval open hall houses. The M23 provides easy access to London and the M25, Gatwick station provides excellent rail links direct to central London and further afield.

For further details and/or to arrange a viewing please contact Greenaway Residential Estate Agents either by telephone or via our website.



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