Mann are proud to present this stunning two bed apartment with 2 bathrooms, separate kitchen and large living room with direct access to the communal gardens.
The kitchen offers stunning views over the gardens and a good range of wall and base country style units offering abundant storage. The sitting/dining room ifs the perfect space for entertaining as well as a quite and cosy night in. Full height double doors lead from the sitting room down stone stairs providing direct assess to the pretty landscaped gardens. The master bedroom features ample built in wardrobes, views over the garden and an ensuite with a over the bath shower. The second bedroom and family bathroom with over the bath shower completes the accommodation.
Prestigious Royal Earlswood Park Development offers many period and charming details including high ceilings, stone window surrounds and beautifully detailed cornicing and ceiling roses. The property is set 20 acres of beautifully cared for landscaped gardens and grounds and has two allocated parking spaces.
The complex is considered one of the most stunning listed buildings in the area, built circa 1853 and converted into apartments in 2000. The builder was John Jay of London Wall, whose varied work included substantial railway construction contracts, rebuilding the Houses of Parliament after the 1833 fire, and smaller architect-designed projects such as the Abney Park Chapel and Trinity Independent Chapel.
The building was entirely financed by public subscription and Queen Victoria subscribed 250 guineas in the name of Edward Prince of Wales, who became a life member. He laid the foundation stone in June 1853 and opened the building.
A grand reception area which then leads on to the gymnasium and swimming pool. There is also a communal library which overlooks the Great Hall, boasting Victorian Hammer beamed ceiling along with a beautifully restored Victorian pipe organ.
On the edge of the North Downs it provides a prime location for the London visitor offering peace and serenity yet with quick and easy access to the capital (a direct line into Victoria from Redhill takes just 25 minutes). Earlswood Station is 0.7 miles away (direct to London Bridge and London Victoria). Buses to Redhill and Reigate run through the park and Gatwick airport is only 5 miles distant. The town centre at Reigate offers a diverse selection of boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants, whilst more extensive shops can be found in the local town centre of Redhill. There are a number of good schools, both state and independent, for all ages. To name a couple, the sought after senior state school, St Bede's in Redhill, Reigate Grammar School and the highly regarded preparatory school The Hawthorns is located just outside Redhill in Bletchingley.
Zero Deposits Option Available
Direct Access To The Communal Gardens
2 Allocated Parking Spaces
Main Bathroom And Ensuite