A characterful stone built former coach house dating back to the early 17th Century and associated with the nearby Manor House, this delightful detached dwelling offers versatile accommodation that neatly blends original features with modern additions.
The property enjoys well cared for accommodation although offers scope to remodel in addition to possible potential of conversion of a detached garage into an annexe (planning was obtained for this but has now lapsed).
The home enjoys a tucked away location only a few hundred yards from the High Street amenities whilst benefiting from a great deal of privacy. The accommodation is currently arranged with the majority of living accommodation on the first floor and bedroom accommodation on the ground floor although this is able to be remodeled if desired. The ground floor comprises a roomy entrance hallway with original cobblestone flooring, three double bedrooms (two with en suites bathoom facilities). A useful WC and utility room with original stable hayfeeder. To the first floor a bright and airy kitchen/breakfast room sits within the middle of the house to the front of the property is a spacious lounge with bay window overlooking the garden and to the rear is a generous fourth bedroom/family room which enjoys an en suite shower room.
Externally the gardens sit within high walled boundaries and are mainly laid to flagstones and cobbles, the main courtyard additionally enjoys a covered area with velux style windows ideal for alfresco dining. There is a secondary private courtyard which is accessed exclusively through bedroom two. The property further benefits from a detached garage with lapsed planning for conversion into an annexe and off street parking for several vehicles which provides a right of way for St Marks Close residents Read more