The Old Coach House, Inchbrook
Reception Hall, Cloakroom, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Home Office/Gym, 4 Bedrooms, 2 En-Suite plus a Jack and Jill Bathroom, Garden of circa 0.5 Acres, Garage, Summerhouse, Workshop and Store Room, Ample Parking
- DETACHED 4 BEDROOM HOME
- FORMER COACH HOUSE
- 3 RECEPTIONS
- 3 BATHROOMS
- POTENTIAL TO CREATE SELF-CONTAINED ANNEXE
- FARMHOUSE STYLE KITCHEN
- OFF STREET PARKING FOR SEVERAL CARS
- WORKSHOP AND STORE OUTBUILDING
- LANDSCAPED GARDENS - CIRCA 0.5 ACRE
The Old Coach House offers a spacious family home filled with period charm and character features. A driveway sweeps up to the main entrance which opens to a good sized reception hall and cloakroom. The kitchen/dining room is clearly the heart of the house with a fabulous red Aga creating a warming focal point. Underfloor heating in the main kitchen area adds additional warmth. There is ample room for a large dining table, making this the perfect space for entertaining family and friends, whilst cooking up a feast. Two sets of double doors lead off the kitchen allowing the light to flood-in and making this an ideal space for alfresco entertaining. A good sized utility with access to rear parking, provides a useful area for hiding away laundry and storing muddy boots and coats. The sitting room provides a lovely space for relaxing and unwinding, with a wood burning stove perfect for cosy evenings by the fire. Historic beams and deep window sills add character to the room. The dining room leads off the sitting room, overlooked by a magnificent Minstrel's Gallery, perfect for after-dinner serenading! A ground floor home office/gym with separate exterior access, has the potential to create a self-contained annexe.
The first floor is accessed via two separate staircases leading to 4 double bedrooms, 2 wtih en-suite (with underfloor heating) plus a Jack and Jill bathroom. The principal bedroom is a wonderfully spacious room with walk-in wardrobe and doors opening to the garden. All of the bedrooms have ample built-in storage and stunning bespoke elm doors.
The grounds are a real feature of the property with beautifully landscaped lawns and well-stocked borders, totalling nearly half an acre. A superb workshop and store room has the potential to create additional accommodation or a source of income generation (subject to planning). A super summerhouse with large decking area is perfect for lazy summer days and there is also a greenhouse and single garage. The driveway provides parking for several cars with additional parking for two cars and a car port to the rear of the house.
Leave our MInchinhampton office via West End, out towards Minchinhampton Common. At Tom Long's Post, turn left and travel down the hill to Nailsworth. Turn right at the mini roundabout onto the A46 in the centre of Nailsworth, heading in the direction of Stroud. After circa one mile, turn left into Valley Road and then turn almost immediately right into Cow Lane, where the property will be found on the right hand side.
One of the key attributes of The Old Coach House is its location. With a wonderful rural outlook, overlooking Woodchester Park, the property remains conveniently close to both the market towns of Nailsworth and Stroud. Nailsworth is a thriving market town with a wide range of independent retailers, restaurants and coffee shops. Stroud has an award winning Farmers' Market as well a large Waitrose and three other supermarkets, multiplex cinema, provincial theatre and 2 grammar schools. The surrounding countryside is a great source of walks, there are country pubs and some excellent restaurants to enjoy and for golfers, three challenging 18 hole golf courses within 3 miles at Minchinhampton.
The A46 in the valley below links the M4 at junction 18 and the M5 at Junction 13 making this is a highly convenient location for accessing London, the West Country and the Midland and there are regular mainline train services from Stroud station into London Paddington, scheduled from 90 minutes.
Motorway M5 J13 Stroud - 4.5 miles, Motorway M4 J18 Old Sodbury (Bath/Bristol) - 17 miles, Stroud Railway Station - 3 miles, Cirencester (central) - 13 miles, Cheltenham (central) - 17 miles, Bristol Temple Meads - 35 miles, Bath (central) - 30 miles. Distances are approximate.