About this property
Located in Woodchester Park, a Grade II Listed five bedroom detached coach house, in need of modernising sat within approximately 0.5 of an acre. Available with no onward chain.
Thought to have been constructed in 1862 by Benjamin Bucknell, this property served as a CoachHouse to Woodchester Park House. The latter was a temporary dwelling for William Leigh during the construction of Woodchester Mansion. In 1987, a conversion transformed the building into a spacious five-bedroom, Grade II Listed detached house, albeit it now requiring modernisation. However, It boasts significant potential and occupies approximately half an acre of land. The versatile living space spans 2,294 square feet and encompasses a study, entrance hall, sitting room (featuring an arched window that once served as the original coach entrance), a farmhouse-style kitchen/dining room, utility room, cloakroom, and a garden room. Upstairs, you'll find five distinctive bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, as well as a family bathroom.
There are character features which include stone
mullion windows, exposed stone, exposed timber beams, and there are original features such as wooden tack saddle holders in the Entrance Hall.
Positioned at the conclusion of a private road and occupying an expansive plot of around 0.5 acres, this property is graced by a gated driveway, accommodating multiple cars and facilitating easy turning. The rear garden stands out as a noteworthy highlight of the house, boasting a spacious lawn, a patio area, and an array of trees, plants, and shrubs.
Nestled at the end of a private road and bordering 1,000 acres of National Trust Land, this property is situated just beyond Nympsfield village, which lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village itself offers amenities like a local inn and churches representing both Roman Catholic and Anglican denominations, a primary school, and a bus route. The charming market town of Nailsworth, 3.2 miles away, presents a diverse array of boutique shops and services, including an award-winning delicatessen and bakery, along with a supermarket. Stroud serves as the primary urban hub, providing more extensive educational, recreational, and shopping opportunities. You'll also find a mainline railway station in Stroud, Stonehouse, and Kemble, offering regular Intercity services to London (Paddington). For those who need access to the M5 motorway, it's conveniently situated to the west, while the road network facilitates connections to Dursley, Bristol, Bath, Gloucester, and Cheltenham.
Grade II Listed
ensuite to master
Converted coach house
0.5 acre plot
- Chain free
- Grade II Listed
- 5 bedrooms
- ensuite to master
- Converted coach house
- Character features
- Huge potential
- 0.5 acre plot
- Gated driveway
Council Tax Band: Contact branch
Energy Performance Certificate
† ** The 4.7% annual interest rate is based on the Connells Group average mortgage interest rate taken from the period of 01/01/2023 – 30/06/2023 and is correct as at 04/07/2023.
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