With origins dating back to the 1850’s, this charming and former coach house is truly one of a kind. With four bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms, two reception rooms and glorious gardens. Tucked away down a quiet, leafy lane.
A glazed front door leads into a spacious entrance hall, from here, steps lead down to the formal dining room which is of a good size, bright and airy throughout, benefits from oak flooring and there’s access through to the kitchen and living room.
The living room is generous in size, has a vaulted ceiling with traditional oak beams, there’s oak flooring, double opening doors lead through to the conservatory, there’s a further door that provides access to an inner hallway and from here you can access the bedrooms and bathrooms.
The conservatory has double glazed windows and an aluminum frame, there are sliding patio doors which provide access to the glorious rear garden and this room also benefits from central heating.
The kitchen has tiled flooring, overlooks the rear garden and has been fitted with a stunning range of floor standing units which are covered by solid oak worktops, there’s space for a range master style cooker, there is an integrated dishwasher and washing machine, inset sink unit with mixer taps and a side drainer, breakfast bar and space for a tall fridge freezer. Access out to the rear garden can be obtained via a double-glazed casement door.
The inner hallway has a cloaks cupboard and doors lead into the bedrooms and bathroom.
The main bedroom is a good-size double room, benefits from fitted wardrobes and a modern en-suite shower room. Bedroom two is also a double bedroom. Bedrooms three & four are good size singles.
The family bathroom has part tiled walls, freestanding bath, walk-in shower cubicle with a power shower system above and a high-level WC.
The gardens surrounding this property are glorious, cleverly laid out and landscaped by the current owners. There is an area laid to lawn with neatly placed railway sleeper borders which display a colourful and exotic variety of plants shrubs and palms. There’s a patio area which makes for a lovely spot for alfresco dining, an area laid to decking which enjoys sunshine throughout the course of the day and would make a perfect spot to sit and unwind, there’s a feature pond, vegetable patch and access into the workshop (converted single garage) can be obtained via a casement door.
You can access the front by stepping through a unique, moon gate arch wall.
The driveway to the front offers off road parking for numerous vehicles, the garden area is beautifully laid out with raised railway borders which display a coulourful and mature variety of plants, shrubs and palms.
EPC Rating : TBC | Council Tax : D | To Book Your Viewing, Call : 01425 277 000
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