- Tenure: Freehold
- 2 Reception Rooms
- South Facing Walled Garden
- Close to Local Amenities
Gatwick South Terminal Shuttle (1.5mi.)
Gatwick North Terminal Shuttle (1.5mi.)
Langshott Primary School (0.3mi.)
Trinity Oaks Church of England Primary School (0.4mi.)
Oakwood School (0.4mi.)
This immaculately presented one-bedroom semi detached home is ideal for a first-time buyer or perhaps retirees looking to downsize to a comfortable property, offering two reception rooms, a lovely and well-kept walled garden, a single garage and on-street residents' parking.
16' 5” (5.00m) z 12' 4” 9” (3.76m)
The main access to the property is via a small porch, an internal door then opening onto the living room, decorated in a bright white and with a solid-wood floor. Plenty of natural light is allowed by a single-pane casement window and double doors to the patio, which lend the room a bright and airy ambiance – especially in the summer months when the doors can be left open.
However, in winter, the room also benefits from a wall-mounted electric storage heater with stairs rising to the first floor and the bedroom and bathroom above. A handy storage cupboard can be found beneath while a square arch leads through to a separate reception room.
15' 9” (4.80m) x 7' 8” (2.33m)
Also benefiting from a wall-mounted electric heater, the room is equipped with a warm, wooden floor and enjoys similar bright décor to the main living area.
Currently used as a TV room, the space has potential as a dining area or perhaps as a home office if required. Lighting after dark is provided by subtle uplighters with a recessed alcove ideal for larger pieces of furniture.
9' 2” (2.79m) x 5' 6” (1.68m)
The bright, cheerful kitchen has a stone-effect tiled floor with white wall and base units offering storage above and below grey, rolled-laminate worktops laid out in a U shape. A composite sink and drainer in dark grey sits beneath casement windows, which overlook the front of the house and are equipped with wicker blinds.
Splashback tiles have been fitted above the cooking and preparation areas while the compact design includes space and plumbing for a dishwasher, an upright fridge/freezer and an electric oven and four ring-hob beneath and extractor.
12' 4” (3.76m) x 10' 9” (3.27m)
Accessed via a door from the first-floor landing, the bedroom is currently decorated in softer neutral colours and equipped with a solid-wood floor.
The room includes a wall-mounted electric heater beneath double casement windows overlooking the front of the property. It also benefits from an integral double wardrobe with soft touch doors and full length mirror as well as power sockets either side of a space comfortably large enough for a king sized bed.
There is a large loft space above the bedroom great for storage that is easily accessible.
8' 7” (2.62m) X 5' 6” (1.68m)
Fitted with similar stone-effect tiles to those found on the kitchen, the well-proportioned bathroom also includes fully-tiled walls, with a little contrast offered by the wood-panelled bath, which is equipped with a hinged glass splash screen and an electric power shower above.
A WC with a concealed cistern and grey-coloured seat and lid and a pedestal hand basin beneath a wall-mounted mirror with internal lights complete the smart design. A wide double glazed window allows for natural daylight.
There is a large airing cupboard opposite the bathroom also for storage.
Fronted by a residents' parking area, the property is well-screened by established shrubs offering privacy from neighbouring homes, a short path leading to the left of a square of lawn to the covered front door.
A head-high brick wall to the right screens the enclosed part of the South facing garden, accessed via double doors from the living room, which open onto a crazy-paved patio area, ideal for entertaining or relaxing in the summer months.
The delightful and well-maintained walled garden also includes a lawn, some established conifers offering variety and shade and a raised, brick-edged bed ideal as a small vegetable or herb garden.
The property also includes a detached single garage.
Grassmere lies just over a kilometre north-east of Horley town centre and a little south of The Acres, comprising a square of relatively modern homes arranged around a block-paved cul-de-sac, dotted with established trees and shrubs screening the properties from each other.
Amenities close by include The Farmhouse pub - known for its pub grub, real ales and traditional décor – the open spaces of The Corse and Langshott Woods, a filling station with its own ATM and mini-market off Bonehurst Road and the new community centre at Tanyard Barn.
Regular bus services run from nearby Wheatfield Way including stops between Langshott, Horley town, Gatwick, and as far as Broadfield in nearby Crawley to the south.
Horley itself is home to a branch of Lidl, a larger Waitrose superstore, a selection of independent shops and businesses as well as a number of hot food takeaways, restaurants, coffee shops, pubs and cafes.
Trains from Horley Station offer regular and direct services to London, Brighton, Horsham, Peterborough, Bedford and Gatwick Airport - the latter only a couple of miles to the south of the town centre.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.
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