Le Coteau was originally one of a pair of attached 1920's colonial style bungalows. Over the past 20 years or so the property has been sympathetically developed into a substantial two storey home extending to approximately 2236 sqft whilst retaining the appealing features of the 1920's era with lofty ceiling heights on the ground floor, panelled doors, deep skirting boards and generous room sizes.
The property is approached through a double glazed entrance porch to a reception hall which has a wood burning stove and a staircase rising to the first floor. The room is large enough to function as a reception room in its own right and there is a useful niche area presently used as a study. At the rear of the house two large reception rooms overlook the rear garden, one of which has french doors leading to a paved terrace and pergola. There is good size live in family kitchen which is very much the hub of the home with an oil fired Aga and large walk in pantry. Adjacent to the kitchen is a useful utility room and a ground floor shower room.
To the first floor there are four bedrooms, the master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with bath and separate shower, twin wash hand basin and wc while the other bedrooms are served by a good size family bathroom.
On the outside the property is approached from a no through lane accessed from Ryedown Lane leading to two parking spaces and a further parking area to the front of a good size detached garage. The entrance porch is approached by walking through the front garden which is landscaped with gravelled and cultivated beds and a lawned area. There is also a tranquil side garden and a large rear garden some 100 ft deep and over 50 ft wide. A paved terrace and pergola lies immediately adjacent to the property while the rear garden is set into shallow terraces laid to lawn with a number of mature trees, cultivated beds and a large gravelled terrace. Read more