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Howard Road, Reigate, Surrey, RH2

Guide price £899,950


4 Beds 1 Bath 2 Receptions

REF: RGT180176


  • Lesbourne Village location
  • Charming period property
  • Arranged over three floors plus basement
  • Four bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms plus study
  • Kitchen/ dining room
  • Family bathroom
  • Beautiful courtyard garden


A CHARMING PERIOD FAMILY HOME IN A CONVENIENT AND WELL-REGARDED CENTRAL REIGATE LOCATION This well presented late Victorian property is conveniently located in the popular Lesbourne Village area of Reigate, much sought after by families seeking to benefit from the proximity to Reigate town centre, Reigate's Priory Park and highly regarded local schools. Arranged over three floors with an additional useful basement playroom/ snug, number 38 has an undoubtedly welcoming feel and provides spacious and versatile accommodation ideally suited to modern family lifestyles. A testament to the property's appeal is its coming to the market for the first time in 35 years, having served its current owners well as a family home, boasting a tranquil and expertly tended wraparound landscaped sanctuary garden incorporating colourful flowerbeds and a water feature. The property has been respectfully upgraded and improved whilst retaining charming features typical of the property's era in the parquet flooring, colourful stained glass at the entrance and reclaimed internal Pine doors. At the heart of this family home is an open plan kitchen/ dining room leading via bi-fold doors to the south facing seating area. The sitting room has an elegant bay window and working fireplace with attractive tiled insert to the surround. In addition, there is a good size study and a WC on this floor. On the first floor are three double bedrooms, all with exposed wooden floorboards. The stylish and contemporary family bathroom has a shower over the bath. The top floor has been converted to create an additional dual aspect bedroom. Permission was previously obtained to drop the kerb therefore is would be reasonable to assume that this would be possible if required.