Little Common Lane, Bletchingley, RH1 4RB
Parkstone House is a delightful four bedroom period semi-detached residence with a wealth of charm and character features including sash windows, attractive fireplaces and stripped floorboards, whilst offering generous and flexible living accommodation in a semi rural setting.
The property has a large mature rear garden and to the front are landscaped gardens and private driveway providing off street parking for two vehicles.
The property is approached via a pathway leading to the recessed front door which gives access to the spacious entrance hall, sitting room with fireplace and bay window. Opposite there is a separate dining room and an adjoining room which would make an ideal snug/study.
The kitchen/breakfast room has a comprehensive range of wall and base units with solid wooden worktops to complement. There is also space for a range style cooker and large fridge/freezer. The breakfast room has garden views and space for a good size table and chairs, this leads to a utility room with integrated appliances and separate cloakroom.
To the first floor there is a generous landing where a charming window seat gives views to the front, with bedrooms 1 and 2 and the family bathroom comprising free standing claw foot bath, separate shower cubicle, WC, wash basin, part tiled walls and heated towel rail. A further flight of stairs lead to the second floor to bedrooms 3 and 4, on of which has large eaves storage and fitted wardrobes. Both of these bedrooms have the benefit of delightful views.
The rear garden is mature, well stocked and has a pergola and vine, magnolia and variety of trees. The remainder is laid to lawn with a pathway leading to the rear of the garden where there is a large storage shed flanked by mature hedging and fencing.
Location Parkstone House is set off Bletchingley village High Street. The charming and well regarded village has a number of good local amenities, newsagent, post office and pubs including the Red Lion, the White Hart and William IV which is literally a few doors away.
The area is served by a good local school and the Hawthorns school is also extremely closeby, there are a variety of leisure facilities including, Bletchingley Glof Club, Nutfield Priory Health Club the football club and the skate park at Grange Meadow. Merstham and Redhill train stations offers services to London Bridge and Victoria. The M25 is accessed at Junction 6 approximately 3 miles distant.
* Attractive Victorian family home
* Semi detached
* Good size rear garden
* Close to village amenities
* Merstham & Redhill stations both easily accessible
* 4 bedrooms
* Well proportioned accommodation