Take a look around: Colne mansion gorgeous in and out with perfect interior and lush gardens

Here in the UK, we love our gardens. We're a country of green-fingered folk, amicably helped by the weather at times, but stoic enough to get out there and turn the soil over no matter the overheads. And for any fans of donning the gloves, this Colne home may just he your heaven.

Thursday, 25th July 2019, 1:03 pm
Originally built in 1990, the stunning Rodgeway is on the market for offers in excess of 700,000.

On the market with UK Online Agents for offers in excess of £700,000, Ridgeway not only has the benefit of offering any occupants the use of lush gardens, but it also has an interior to make even experienced fans of feng shui and interior design raise a cultured eyebrow. In short, it's lovely in and out, so let's take a look around...

The bedroom is spacious and features gorgeous wooden wardrobes.
We all love a bit of sunbathing when the sun pokes its head out...
The home's main lounge offers use of an ornate fireplace.
The spacious space leads through to a dining area.
Ridgeway features a bespoke, fitted breakfast kitchen.
Offering plenty of natural light, the dining area enables occupants to accommodate a good number of guests.
The huge L-shaped conservatory-cum-garden room looks out onto the property's bucolic gardens.
The property is accessed via a private, tree-lined driveway which leads to a gated courtyard.
The home boasts a total of four bathrooms.
As well as four bedrooms, too.
One of the home's other bathrooms offers use of a lush bathtub.
The home also has a games room-cum-annexe.
The home's gardens are its defining feature - a picture of greenery and manicured features.
The home boasts extensive parking space.
In profile, the home is as stunning as ever.
Dining al fresco when the weather allows is made all the more tempting when you have a set up like this.
Wide open vistasa are the name of the game when it comes to Ridgeway's views.
And to top it all off, it looks stunning at dusk, too.
Any tennis fans will be pleased to see this sight...