A well proportioned barn conversion in a rural hamlet.
The Coach House is an extremely attractive barn conversion, finished to a wonderful standard standing in approximately 0.46 acres. The property is currently vacant and has a fantastic flow of accommodation, offering a wonderful family home whilst also being a great house for entertaining including a Sonus sound system which also reaches the patio. Large glazed windows and French doors allow in plenty of natural light, whilst the exposed beams and oak flooring add to the character.
The spacious entrance hall offers views over the gardens, it also provides access to the reception rooms including the sitting room which has a vaulted ceiling and a wood burning stove. This room provides access into a further reception space, or bedroom two, where there is a wet room off. This area could potentially serve as an internal annexe space as there are French doors leading outside to the front driveway. There is a dining room with a fireplace and the wonderful kitchen breakfast room, fitted with wall and base shaker style units, granite worktops, Amtico flooring, an oil Rayburn, integrated larder fridge and wine fridge, a larder cupboard, two integrated dishwashers, a NEFF integrated dual oven and microwave and a separate pantry. A set of French doors provide access onto the terrace and gardens. Off the kitchen is a spacious boot room with a utility room off, a WC and an office/bedroom five. These rooms have underfloor heating fitted.
On the first floor is the principal bedroom suite, which has lovely views, with a dressing room, fitted cupboards, and an ensuite bathroom. There are a further two double bedrooms and a separate shower room. The landing area has built in cupboards for storage.
Gate pillars provide access onto a large private block paved parking area, where there is a separate, oak framed double car port with loft space above and an adjoining store room. Attached to the main house are three further rooms which are currently used as a boiler room, a garage and a larger games room. These rooms are a very good addition to the property and could, with planning permission, be converted into further accommodation.
The gardens are mostly to the rear of the house, offering privacy and wonderful views over the surrounding countryside. There is a vine, hop and honeysuckle clad pergola over a patio area, which extends into the garden offering a fabulous space for al fresco dining.
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A great house in a great location!Peter DabornProperty agent