The Old Coach House, Minchinhampton
Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Ground floor Cloakroom, Master Bedroom suite 2 further Double Bedrooms and further Bathroom, integral Garage, courtyard Garden
- SPACIOUS PERIOD HOME
- PROMINENT POSITION
- ON THE MARKET PLACE
- IN NEED OF INVESTEMNT
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- 2 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 3 BEDROOMS
- 2 BATHROOMS
- INTEGRAL GARAGE
- COURTYARD GARDEN
The Old Coach House has a prominent position at the head of the Market Place in Minchinhampton. Behind its handsome facade is a spacious interior on two floors, with high ceilings and a garage with internal access. The house has a south-south/westerly aspect catching the sun and a pretty courtyard garden to the rear. Available with no onward chain, The Old Coach House has a welcoming atmosphere but would reward investment, in particular the fixtures and fittings and the decor. The front door leads to a generous entrance hall with a straight staircase off, to the first floor landing. There are two reception rooms across the front and a substantial kitchen/breakfast room overlooking the courtyard garden at the rear. The adjacent porch accesses a cloakroom as well as the garden and the garage. The garage has a sliding wooden door. Upstairs are three good sized double bedrooms, the master having an en-suite bathroom and a further bathroom with shower cubicle (shower disconnected). The property is extensively double or secondary glazed. The garden is walled and private, paved with raised borders and there is an integral potting shed.
The Old Coach House is within the town's Conservation Area.
From our Office on the High Street, proceed to the Market Place, keeping right at the War Memorial and The Old Coach House will be seen ahead.
Minchinhampton is a delightful Cotswold town with a historic Market Place on which The Old Coach House is situated. Vibrant and friendly, Minchinhampton is popular with all ages and benefits from excellent facilities, including a general store, butcher, chemist, post office, gastro pub, two cafes, Anglican and Baptist's churches, Primary school and Doctor and Dental practices, all within easy walking distance of the house. Minchinhampton Common, providing over 650 acres of open land, is a short walk away, perfect for dog walkers and golfers and hosts one of the three challenging golf courses in the immediate vicinity. Minchinhampton is within 2 hours of London by car and circa 90 minutes by train from nearby Stroud Station into London Paddington. It is also conveniently close to Bath, Bristol and Cheltenham as well as the M5 motorway at Junction 13. Local shopping is excellent. Nailsworth just down the hill is a thriving town with an emphasis on food and drink retailers, while Stroud has a major Waitrose superstore and three other national supermarkets, as well as a popular Saturday Farmer's market, multiplex cinema and provincial theatre.