Charming family home of great character, set in this popular village.
The Coach House is a charming detached family home, believed to date from 1890 with later additions, situated in this popular village. The light and spacious accommodation is stylishly presented throughout and provides great versatility, ideal for entertaining and family living. Salient point include high ceilings, wood floors, feature fireplaces, picture rails, a modern kitchen and bathroom suites. The property also benefits from a detached garage with an office over, parking and a west facing garden.
The generously proportioned sitting room has a fireplace inset with a wood burning stove and the spacious study has double doors to the rear terrace.
The impressive double aspect kitchen/dining room has a comprehensive range of wall and base units together with integral appliances, including a range oven. The dining room has a part vaulted ceiling with sky-lights and double doors to the rear terrace.
Completing the ground floor is a bedroom with a window seat set within the square window, a utility room with additional storage and a cloakroom.
There are three bedrooms located on the first floor, one with a feature fireplace, dressing room and stylish en suite bathroom. A versatile family room, well-appointed family bathroom and an additional WC complete the accommodation.
The detached garage is currently arranged as a gym and has a cloakroom. Arranged over the first floor is an office with power connected and Ethernet cabling running from the house.
To the rear, the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a paved terrace, ideal for al fresco entertaining. The borders are planted with mature shrubs and trees, providing year round interest and a high degree of privacy.
Agent note: The Coach House has a right of way over the neighbouring drive to access the garage and across a corner of the neighbouring property's garden to access the back gate.
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I think this house is full of character and has a delightful private gardenJames Stacey-Clear