Elmhurst is an attractive, detached property built of old-stock bricks and with a striking "eyebrow" roofline. It is set well back from the road and is amongst other, quality, individual houses. Properties at Hotley Bottom rarely come on the market; vendors buy and then stay for years.
A large entrance hall with a corner staircase to the first floor gives access to all the ground floor rooms and the integral garage. There is the possibility of converting the integral garage into living accommodation (subject to Building Regs. approval).
The living room is double aspect with sliding doors out to the patio and garden. Sliding glass doors link the dining room and the sitting room. The kitchen is very original but functional with space for an informal dining table and is next door to the formal dining room both overlooking the garden. There is ample scope here to knock the two rooms together to form a larger eat-in kitchen and to extend out to make a stunning addition to the house (STPP). The utility room is at the rear of the garage and is accessed across a covered walkway linking the garage and house.
Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms, three of which have built in wardrobes and a family bathroom.
The large, rear gardens at Elmhurst are a particularly fine feature of the house being level and private. They are enclosed with clipped. mature hedging and close board fencing with mature, feature flower beds and paved seating areas.
To the front, the house is approached through gates leading to parking for several vehicles and a further area of garden featuring more mature shrubs and trees.
There are two garages; one integral and the other separate from the house and garage with the utility room at the rear. The walkway between is covered to provide shelter from the elements.