From the individually crafted kitchens to the spacious bedrooms and well-appointed bathroom suites, everything about the interiors exude quality and style. Each home meets the same impeccable standards yet retains its own distinct character. The fresh, contemporary finish perfectly complements the countryside setting and creates a relaxed atmosphere with a timeless appeal.
You enter the houses through an impressive central hallway with magnificent bespoke staircase. The principal drawing room has a feature fireplace and bi-fold doors that open on to the rear garden, plot 2 there are two further reception rooms at the front of the property and the substantial kitchen/breakfast/family room which will be fitted with beautifully crafted traditional style units and a range of integrated appliances. The kitchen leads through to a well-designed utility room and there is also a guest cloakroom.
On the first floor the master suite is rear facing overlooking the garden. There is also a fitted dressing area and an exquisite en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms on this level each with its own beautifully fitted en suite bathroom. On the top floor there is a large games room and with plot 2 a 6th bedroom with en suite shower room.
The property is approached through a private driveway and a landscaped front garden. The houses are surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and the rear garden provides lovely lawn areas.
The property is just a mile to the north-east of Reigate town centre on the edge of the Wray Common Conservation Area.
The historic market town of Reigate provides a comprehensive range of shops and boutiques including M&S Simply Food, Laura Ashley, and Jack Wills. There are also a good number of cafes and coffee shops including Costa and Cafe Nero. Local restaurants include Pizza Express, Carluccios, Bill’s, Cote and La Barbe. Reigate Priory Park offers many acres of open parkland and excellent facilities including tennis courts, skate park and The Pavilion cafe.
Commuting to London from Reigate station takes around 40 minutes into London Bridge or Victoria. The larger mainline station at Redhill, is one mile away, which offers direct routes into London Bridge and Victoria in under around 30 minutes, along with routes to a variety of other destinations. The M25, Junction 8 is accessed very easily along Wray Lane opposite, with links to London and the wider motorway network. For the frequent air traveller Gatwick Airport is around 8 miles distant whilst Heathrow Airport is within 30 miles.
The town is particularly well served with state and independent schools for all ages. These include Reigate Parish, St. Mary’s Prep School, Micklefield, Reigate Priory, Reigate Secondary School, St Bedes, Dunottar, Reigate Grammar and Reigate College.
There is good walking and riding locally, Wray Lane provides access to Gatton Park, The Pilgrims Way and The North Downs Way. For golfers nearby courses include Reigate Hill, Reigate Heath, Walton Heath and the RAC Club at Epsom.