'The Coach House' is a delightful stone built four bedroom barn conversion, carried out around 1970 from a former coach house/barn dating back to the mid 1800s that forms part of a small complex of residential homes created from a conversion of the nearby Manor Farm House and was extended by the present owner in 1988. The property enjoys an idyllic setting in the nearby tucked away location within the heart of a highly sought after village.
The home is coming to the market for the first time in over 30 years and benefits from a range of original features including exposed stonework and timber beams which neatly blends with more modern additions. Internally the accommodation is arranged over two floors with the ground floor offering an entrance hallway, three separate Reception rooms (one enjoying an open stone fireplace and open tread staircase that provides access to the first floor), in addition to a kitchen/breakfast room and useful WC. To the first floor a hallway provides access to four well balanced bedrooms that all enjoy delightful views, a three piece suite bathroom and a separate shower room. Externally the property is approached from a generous courtyard that is owned outright (subject to rights of access and parking for neighbouring properties) which leads to a detached garage and a delightful walled garden. The walled garden enjoys a good degree of seclusion and is mainly laid to a level lawn that is enclosed by well stocked flower beds and several small trees. The garden additionally includes the original well to Manor Farm House.
Marketed with no onward chain, the home enjoys an enviable location within the village of Compton Dando that boasts a well frequented Public House, church and village hall. There are many points of interest in the local area including the close village of Hunstrete home to the famous Pig Hotel. The village is located less than 5 miles from the market town of Keynsham and within commuting distance of Bristol and Bath. Read more