Nestled in a quiet green residential Road next door to the Banstead Downs. Good access from M25, Central London, mainline stations Sutton and Belmont. Parking for up to two cars on sight. An old converted yellow stock Coach House built in the 1800s. The cobblestones in the courtyard are the original ones that were found under the flooring internally. The steel garden doors, windows, and balcony to the front have been loving updated keeping the original facade appeal. The ladder is the original access method to the hay bails storage area on the first floor. The house features an open plan living space downstairs with a cloakroom displaying a handpainted 30's inspired parlor wall mural. The first floor has two bedrooms, a study, ensuite and main bathroom upstairs. The master bedroom boasts a vaulted ceiling with an unusual opening to the loft space above which provides light to below. The property is unique to the area. Gilbert the Ginger Tom and Belle the Beagle are potentially available on request.
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