From Whyteleafe village centre proceed along Whyteleafe Hill, over the railway crossing and then turn right at the junction into Hornchurch Hill. Continue into Beverley Road, turn right into New Barn Lane and the house is the first property on the right hand side.
New Barn Lane is a sought after residential road in Whyteleafe. It is within half a mile of Whyteleafe railway station and the picturesque Kenley Common accessed in Hilltop Road.
The commuter has a choice of three stations (Whyteleafe and Kenley) with services into Croydon, London and Sussex. The M25 motorway, Junction 6, can be found at nearby Godstone.
Within half a mile there are two excellent primary schools one in Whyteleafe Hill and the other in New Barn Lane itself. Caterham has a good selection of high dtreet shops including three supermarkets, and there other useful amenities including doctors and dentists. Kenley Common is within a quarter of a mile of the property with beautiful meadow land and woodland walks.
A QUIET & CONVENIENT LOCATION
Frosted window to front aspect with a part panelled and glazed front door, staircase to first floor accommodation with two understairs storage cupboards, telephone point, wood effect flooring and double radiator.
15' 0'' into bay x 12' 2'' (4.58m x 3.7m)
Double glazed bay window to front aspect, coved ceiling, feature fireplace with a coal effect gas fire inset, wood effect flooring and radiator.
13' 0'' x 12' 0'' (3.95m x 3.66m)
Double glazed sliding patio doors to the rear garden, coved ceiling, feature fireplace with a wall mounted log burner, wood effect flooring and large vertical fin grey radiator.
Door to the Kitchen and to the Cloakroom.
Double glazed frosted window to side, modern white suite comprising of a vanity wash hand basin and a low flush WC, inset spotlight to the ceiling.
12' 1'' x 7' 4'' (3.69m x 2.24m)
Double glazed windows to rear and side aspects, coved ceiling with inset spotlights, part panelled and glazed door to the side of the house. Range of modern wall and base units with matching work surfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps and cupboards under, double radiator. The electric cooker and washing machine are to remain. Space for a fridge freezer.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Double glazed frosted window to side aspect, access to the loft via a retractable ladder. Useful built in cupboard with shelving which houses the gas central heating boiler.
15' 0'' x 11' 2'' (4.58m x 3.40m)
Double glazed bay window to front aspect, radiator.
13' 0'' x 11' 2'' (3.95m x 3.40m)
Double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator.
8' 8'' x 6' 11'' (2.64m x 2.12m)
Double glazed oriel window to front aspect, picture rail surround, radiator.
7' 9'' x 6' 11'' (2.35m x 2.12m)
Double glazed frosted window to the side aspect, white suite comprising of a panelled bath with a separate mixer shower fitment, shower screen, vanity wash hand basin, low flush WC with a concealed cistern. Inset spotlights to ceiling, radiator/towel rail.
The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous surrounds. There is a herringbone driveway leading to the garage and a path leading to the front door. The driveway provides off street parking for at least three vehicles.
19' 0'' x 10' 10'' (5.78m x 3.30m)
The garage is approached via a brick block herringbone driveway. It has an up and over door, power and light.
The rear garden extends in excess of 120' in length and has a landscaped patio with flower beds to the rear of the house. The remainder of the garden is mainly laid to lawn with surrounding herbaceous borders and is divided half way down with trellis fencing with an archway. Within the garden there is also a water feature approximately a third of the way down the garden on the righthand side. From the patio there also a wood panelled gate leading to the driveway.