This four bedroom detached former coach house, with its majestic gallery staircase, could be the setting for your favourite novel. If you are ready to propel your garden parties to a whole new realm, or if you require an inspirational setting to open the flood gates of creativity, then look no further.
This four bedroom detached former coach house, with its majestic gallery staircase, could be the setting for your favourite novel. If you are ready to propel your garden parties to a whole new realm, or if you require an inspirational setting to open the flood gates of creativity, then look no further. Intensely charming as it stands, this architecturally designed home also offers potential aplenty; whether it be cosmetic, or by converting the double garage to provide a permanent home for your business, relative, or hobby, subject to relevant planning permission
Set in the delightful village of Oakamoor, you will be in for a treat with the breath-taking Moorlands landscape and, just a stone throw further, the beauty of the Peak District. Returning home from a day out exploring will be unrivalled, with ample choice of where to kick off your muddy boots, before you retire to the conservatory where you can admire the stunning garden, with a well-deserved choice of refreshment
Moving to the hub of the home, the breakfast kitchen not only boasts exposed beams but also access to the bell tower, via a charming spiral staircase. Whether its your Sunday morning breakfast or you are entertaining for family and friends, this amazing setting will not only provide the wow factor, but also a social venue in which humour can be shared and memories be made.
With ample invitations to step outside, this home seduces nature lovers and yet also provides the rare opportunity to bring the outdoors in, meaning that you need not leave the comfort of your home to enjoy the surrounding aesthetics. The options to create a fabulous lifestyle really are endless here, possessing the foundations of a magnificent family abode, benefiting from ample bedroom and reception room space. If a property could become a contortion act, The Coach House would up foundations and join the Cirque du Soleil; it really is mind-blowingly flexible.
Entrance Hall (4.19m x 2.49m (13'9 x 8'2))
Exterior door with twin side panels to rear elevation. Wooden floor. Staircase leads down to the Lower Hallway. Two wall light points.
Lower Hallway (8.89m x 1.98m (29'2 x 6'6))
Two double glazed Velux windows to front elevation. Double radiator. Six wall light points. Wooden floor.
Lounge Area (5.38m x 5.08m (17'8 x 16'8 ))
Steps down from the Lower Hallway provide access to a fantastic, extremely versatile open plan Lounge Area which benefits further from bi-folding doors which open into the Conservatory making this the ideal space to entertain. Feature Inglenook fireplace with brick surround, tiled hearth, oak mantel and inset multi fuel burner. Wooden floor. Four wall light points. Radiator.
Kitchen/Dining Room (7.19m x 4.17m max (23'7 x 13'8 max))
Two double glazed windows to front elevation. Three skylights to rear elevation. Comprehensive range of wall and base units with worksurfaces over. Twin inset copper bowls with mixer tap over. Integrated appliance include; dishwasher, washing machine, electric oven and four plate hob. Appliance space. Tiled floor. Cast iron spiral staircase provides access to the bell tower.
Sitting Room (8.53m x 2.82m (28' x 9'3))
Dual aspect double glazed windows with feature porthole window to front elevation. Double glazed French casement to rear elevation provides access to the rear courtyard. Feature fireplace with tiled back and hearth. Two radiators. Walnut style floor. Five wall light points.
Conservatory (6.48m x 3.61m max (21'3 x 11'10 max))
Dual aspect double glazed windows. Double glazed French casement provides access to the rear courtyard. Tiled floor. Double radiator. Wall light point.
Master Bedroom (5.38m x 4.85m (17'8 x 15'11))
Dual aspect double glazed windows with feature porthole window to front elevation. Radiator. Three wall light points.
Split level en-suite bathroom comprising; corner bath with mixer tap, shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Part tiled and panelled walls. Two radiators. Three wall light points. Wall and ceiling extractor. Coved ceiling.
Bedroom Two (4.29m x 4.06m (14'1 x 13'4 ))
Twin double glazed Velux windows to rear elevation. Radiator.
Cloakroom (3.02m x 2.03m (9'11 x 6'8 ))
Fully fitted with louvre doors.
Corner shower cubicle with electric shower. Pedestal wash hand basin. Close coupled WC. Part tiled and panelled walls. Tiled floor. Radiator.
Bedroom Three (4.67m x 4.37m max (15'4 x 14'4 max))
Double glazed Velux skylight to rear elevation. Double glazed window to side elevation. Double radiator. Built in wardrobe with additional store behind. Wooden floor. Loft access.
Double glazed Velux window to front elevation. White suite comprising; roll top bath with telephone style shower/mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Wooden floor. Radiator. Ceiling extractor.
Bedroom Four (5.16m x 5.08m (16'11 x 16'8 ))
Semi circular steps lead up to a double glazed French casement with Juliette balcony overlooking the rear courtyard. Double radiator. Built in storage cupboards. Wooden floor.
Detached Garage (5.61m x 5.41m (18'5 x 17'9))
Timber folding doors to front elevation. Window to side elevation. Porthole window from loft area. Concrete base. Power and light. Cold water tap. Loft storage area.
Gardens & Grounds
Located towards the end of a shared private road The Coach House boasts a deceptively spacious and private plot comprising a forecourt, courtyard and rear garden. The forecourt is laid to a block paved base between the house and garage, providing ample off road parking for numerous vehicles in addition to access to the courtyard and rear garden, both of which enjoy ornamental ponds.
The courtyard is located to the side elevation and accessed from the conservatory, sitting room and/or the rear garden. Laid to a block base, complete with a fully glazed summerhouse, this area is ideal for entertaining friends and family. Enjoying an array of mature shrubs, plants and trees which in turn provide a very high degree of privacy and exclusivity.
Last but by no means least, the rear garden, a true hidden gem! Beautifully landscaped and stocked with many specimen trees and shrubs, storage cabin, large garden shed and a fantastic summerhouse which in recent years has also doubled up as a office.
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