A former 19th century coach house, now A most attractive and well presented detached home close to the centre of this popular market town
Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Living Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Shower Rooms (one en-suite), Garage, Outbuilding, Courtyard Garden, private Driveway with electric gates
A former Coach House, this detached property built out of mellow Cotswold stone, offers a light and spacious home, conveniently close to the Market Place in Nailsworth. In an elevated position, the sun falls on the front of the house in the morning and the rear in the evening. Set back from the road behind high walls, with electric access gates, the Coach House offers a discreet and private setting. On crossing the threshold, the entrance is immediately impressive, with a generous sized entrance hall. Offset to one side is a spacious living room with the sitting room beyond. The well-appointed kitchen overlooks the garden while a double and a single bedroom plus a a shower room complete the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs under sloping eaves, is a further double bedroom wiith en-suite shower room. There is ample space to park in front of The Coach House which has a garage to one side and a useful outbuilding to the other. There is a secluded, paved courtyard garden to the rear with raised borders and a small water feature.
From our Minchinhampton office, proceed along West End into Windmill Road and at the junction on the Common, turn left for Nailsworth. Proceed across the Common and down the 'W' into Nailsworth and go straight over at the roundabout and up Spring Hill. The entrance to The Old Coach House is on the left after approximately 250 yards.
The Coach House is situated less than 250 yards from the Market Place in Nailsworth, off Spring Hill. This fascinating town has defied the national trend and is full of independent retailers. The key retail emphasis is on food, led by Williams Kitchen, its famous delicatessen with traditional fresh fish counter plus Hobbs Bakery. There is a Morrisons supermarket and a large Waitrose in nearby Stroud, the administrative centre for the district. Stroud also has a mainline station with trains into London Paddington from 90 minutes; it also has a multiplex cinema and a leisure centre. The variety of of independent retailers in Nailsworth are a real draw to the area and the community is friendly and inclusive. Surrounded by dramatic scenery, Minchinhampton Common is close by, offering a vast open space owned by the National Trust, available for everyone to enjoy. Minchinhampton also hosts two local golf clubs with a choice of three challenging courses.