Old Coach House with spacious accommodation situated within impressive parkland and gardens, close to the river Severn.
Set in the grounds of Lydney Park Estate is this superb four bedroom Old Coach House finished to a high standard with an attached 1 bed flat, outhouse and garage with views over the parkland.
The accommodation on the ground floor comprises of entrance hall with doors leading to a study, bathroom and potential fifth bedroom, kitchen/ dining area with integrated appliances and sash windows looking out onto the patio area, a conservatory and living room all with wooden floors and snug. A WC and utility area completes the ground floor.
The first floor has a spacious master suite with a large en-suite bathroom with walk in shower and separate bath. A further double bedroom and a third bedroom under the eaves with a living space or potential playroom area and a family bathroom.
The house also has an attached 1 bedroom flat or fourth bedroom with open plan kitchen and living space and bathroom. The flat has a separate entrance or a connecting door from the third bedroom. Perfect for guests, a live in nanny or relative.
The property has a garden to the back of the property mainly laid to lawn and a south facing terrace and patio area to the front of the house perfect for BBQ'S and alfresco dining.
Ample parking is available and a spacious garage and a small outbuilding will be available for the Tenants use.
Lydney Park is surrounded by its grounds and well-presented gardens, which are open to paying public visitors during the spring a couple of days each week. A sweeping tarmacadam driveway leads through impressive farmland including a deer park where there are grazing deer; the driveway is shared with the Mansion House and Top Cottage. The beautiful formal gardens were landscaped in the 1950s to include two impressive fountain pools, shrub gardens, herbaceous borders, terraces and parkland areas, with expansive views beyond the lawns to the surrounding farmland and countryside. The park is home to many substantial, exotic and rare trees which have been planted by successive generations of the family. A wide-ranging replanting programme has also ensured excellent colour during the spring, including flowering cherries, magnolias, scented shrubs and a plethora of spring bulbs at the entrance to the estate. There is also a separate eight-acre woodland garden featuring oak, chestnut, rhododendrons, azaleas and acers.
Upon entering the driveway deer can be seen roaming the deer park and the sweeping driveway leads to The Old Coach House. This truly is a unique opportunity to live in the grounds of a beautiful estate.Sophie Hipwood