Location Situated in a quiet residential road in the heart of historic Old Oxted, which boasts grade II listed buildings and a number of gastro pubs. Oxted town is less than 1 mile from Old Oxted and has a comprehensive range of facilities including independent shops, restaurants, a cinema, supermarkets (Waitrose and Morrisons) and a leisure centre. The area is surrounded by National Trust and green belt land offering a range of recreational and sporting facilities.
Education State - St Marys Primary School, ages 4 to 11 years old, rated by Ofsted Outstanding. Oxted School 11 to 19 years old.
Independent - Hazelwood Nursery and Early Years, 3 months to reception. Hazelwood Upper School, Years 1 to 13 years old.
Travel Junction 6 is approximately 2.6 miles away providing easy access to the M25 and Gatwick airport. Oxted mainline railway station provides fast trains to East Croydon (from 17 minutes), London Bridge (from 33 minutes) and London Victoria (from 39 minutes).
Groundfloor Reception hall, dining room, sitting room, family room, kitchen/breakfast room & cloakroom - Entrance hall with attractive square bay window with seat, under stairs cupboard - Spacious dining room with fireplace - Sitting room with fireplace, doors leading to family room, french doors to garden - Family Room with dual aspect windows - Kitchen/Breakfast room with dual aspect windows and door to garden - Integrated Zanussi oven and grill, extractor fan, gas central heating boiler - Cloakroom
firstfloor Bedrooms 1,2,3,4 & 5 and family bathroom, shower room with separate WC - Bedrooms 2 and 3 with dual aspect windows - Bedroom 4 built in wardrobe with rails and cupboard - Bedroom 1 to front with built in wardrobes with hanging rails and shelves - Shower room with built in cupboard housing water tank and shelving - Separate WC - Access to loft from landing
outside Rear Garden - Terrace - Greenhouse - Side access - Pond - Double garage to front with off road parking for three cars
faq's - Built 1930's - Property purchased in 1961 - Tandridge District Council - Council Tax Band G, £3356.50pa - Private Road - 1972 Addition of 2 bedrooms over garage and family room - Single story rear extension - 2009 the single storey extension to the rear of the kitchen added and downstairs windows replaced. - Boiler to kitchen on British Gas Service Plan - Fuse-board in under-stairs cupboard - Loft has power, lighting, flooring and ladder
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