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Edward Road, Coulsdon

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Overview

The house is in an exceptional location at the end of a cul-de-sac as well as being within three minutes walk of the town centre and Coulsdon Town station. Rear garden access means that Coulsdon South station is only a short walk away from which there are fast services to London.

The garden, being superbly designed, allows you to relax at different times of the day; the vendor particularly enjoys opening the french doors on a spring morning and having breakfast on the lower deck enjoying the privacy of the space and the best of the morning sunshine. In the summer evenings, the upper deck is great for enjoying a meal and a glass of wine with friends and family. The clever garden lighting means you are able to continue to enjoy the garden even after the sun sets.

Inside throughout, the owner has restored a number of period features to allow for a sympathetic decorating style reflecting the character of the property. Combined with the reputed Victorian high ceilings, not only is there useful storage in the reception rooms, but there is also a handy cupboard built into the bathroom to give a delightful, airy and uncluttered feel throughout the property.

The third bedroom has been carefully planned to make the best use of the space including some neat storage. The potential to extend into the loft is also present given a number of houses already taking advantage of the opportunity (STPP).

In the winter, the second reception room is the place to be as the white marble fireplace heats up the room quickly and efficiently – a perfect atmosphere for events and even Christmas!

The kitchen has been extended to give a wider feel as well as being great for entertaining and allowing to make the downstairs feel extensive and airy.

This property will not stay on the market for long! Early bookings recommended to avoid disappointment!

Features

  • REFURBISHED THROUGHOUT
  • COULSDON TOWN & COULSDON SOUTH STATIONS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE
  • UPSTAIRS BATHROOM
  • DOUBLED GLAZED & CENTRAL HEATING
  • PATIO DOORS LEADING TO GARDEN

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Local Information

Restaurants:

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Unusually for a town of its size, Coulsdon has just one pub in its centre – The Pembroke – which has an extensive food menu. However, café culture is in abundance and many have outdoor terraces. The town also has a great choice of restaurants.

There’s DD’s Café, Valley Café and Café Oasis serving breakfast/brunch and lunch, as well as popular chain Caffe Nero. Urban Fuse is tucked away in a side street but its pretty window seats, beamed ceiling and delicious home-made food mean people seek it out.

Nonna Rosa’s is an Italian delicafé with ciabattas, focaccias, paninis, lasagne, fagiolata and parmigiana all on the menu. The popular I Calabresi Deli is also Italian and as well as coffee and fine food, from panettoni and limoncello to croissants and custard tarts, it offers Italian classes, a book club and a knitting club. Italian eateries also feature prominently in the evening economy.   La Scarpetta has a contemporary interior (modern art, plants and illuminated wall displays) and sources many of the ingredients for its home-made pizzas and pastas from Southern Italy.

Wood & Stone makes its pizzas from scratch and cooks them in a wood-fired oven. As well as the classics, its quirky offerings include Nutella pizzas topped with strawberry, banana or pineapple.

Mirch Masala’s tandoori grill – lamb chops, lamb and chicken tikka, kebabs –  has a good reputation.  The nearby Thai Venue oozes style and offers classic favourites (green curry, pad thai noodles, spicy beef salad) as well as chef’s specials such as volcano chicken, soaked in brandy at your table and set alight.

And finally, just outside the town centre is Coulsdon Manor hotel and golf club. Here, the Manor House restaurant offers fine dining while light meals and afternoon tea are served all day in the Orangery.

Local Schools:
Woodcote Primary
Woodcote High School

Transport:
Purley Station – zone 6

Surgeries:
Woodcote Medical Practise

Hospital:
Purley War Memorial Hospital
Croydon University Hospital

Police Station:
Croydon Police Station
Sutton Police Station

Fire Station:
Purley Fire Station

Local Park:
Woodcote Village Green

Local Council:
London borough of Croydon


Croydon Council Tax Bands 2018-2019

BandTotal
Band A£1,091.30
Band B£1,273.20
Band C£1,455.07
Band D£1,636.96
Band E£2,000.72
Band F£2,364.50
Band G£2,728.26
Band H£2,728.26

Local Schools:
Byron Primary School
Chipstead Valley Primary School
Coulsdon Church of England Primary School
Coulsdon Sixth Form College
Keston Primary School
The Lodge
Oasis Academy Coulsdon
Smitham Primary School
St. Aidan’s R.C. Primary School
Wattenden Primary School

Transport:
Coulsdon South Station – zone 6, Coulsdon Town Station – zone 6

Surgeries:
Old Coulsdon Medical Practise

Hospital:
St Helier Hospital

Police Station:
Croydon Police Station

Local Park:
Coulsdon Memorial Ground

Local Council:
Reigate and Banstead Borough Council


Local Schools:
St Aidans Primary
Chipstead Valley Primary
Smitham Primary
The Beacon
Woodcote High School

Transport:
Chipstead Train Station – zone 6

Surgeries:
Woodcote Medical

Hospital:
East Surrey Hospital

Police Station:
Banstead Police Station

Local Park:
Chipstead Meads Recreation Ground

Local Council:
Reigate and Banstead Borough Council


Local Schools:
Marden Lodge
Audley Primary
St Francis Primary School
Caterham School
De Stafford
Essendene Lodge
Hillcroft Primary

Transport:
Caterham Train Station – zone 6

Surgeries:
Caterham Valley Medical Practise

Hospital:
Caterham dene hospital

Police Station:
Caterham Police Station

Local Park:
Queens Park, Manor Park

Local Council:
Surrey County Council


Interested in this property?

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020 8668 1333

148 Brighton road
Coulsdon
CR5 2ND

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