A well-appointed and modern detached house in an edge of the village setting, which has been extended and reconfigured in recent years, with generous parking and mature landscaped garden.
The Coach House (officially called 7 The Paddocks) is a detached stone built house within a development of five properties, constructed in 1998, and set back from the village's Main Street in an edge of village setting with far reaching country views.
Extended, reconfigured and refurbished in 2019 by the current owners, the house offers a versatile layout and connectivity to the garden for entertaining, with four generously proportioned first floor bedrooms, served by two well-appointed bath or shower rooms.
The property's accommodation layout is ideal for convivial family life, home working and entertaining.
The front entrance hallway leads to the kitchen past doors to a study, dining room, cloakroom and utility. The dining room has a front bay window and internal folding doors that open to the main sitting room. The sitting room is a fabulous room, awash with natural light from the 2019 atrium lit extension, and with vibrant garden views through bi-folding external doors. It incorporates traditional and contemporary wood burning stoves and is also open to the kitchen.
The fabulous kitchen, which also has patio doors that open to the garden, has a well-appointed fitted suite under wooden worktops, incorporating a central island breakfast bar, double Belfast sink and Rangemaster gas double oven range.
An inner hall from the sitting room, connects to a second home office, along with the integral tandem garage, to complete the ground floor accommodation.
The four first floor bedrooms are all generous doubles. The dual-aspect principal bedroom occupies the full width of the house, with fitted wardrobes and modern en suite shower room. The three further bedrooms are served by a full suite family bathroom, with slipper bath and separate wet room shower.
Approached to an extensive driveway with parking for several vehicles and access to the tandem garage, cars are well catered for.
As well as a front forecourt garden, the principal garden lies to the rear of the house, from which the bi-folding and patio doors from the rear facing rooms open to a wide terrace which is ideal for alfresco eating and for entertaining. The garden is lawned with hedgerow boundaries and flowering and shrub borders, with a backdrop to the rear of the garden to fields.
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This is a lovely house. Well-presented throughout, it is ideal for families that favour open plan living and for those that need more than one dedicated workspace. Couple this with no passing traffic, given its position set well back from Main Street, and a lovely garden adjoining pasture fields within, in my view, a beautiful village with lovely rural walks, this is a compelling home.James Abbott