The Street, Didmarton: £620,000
Situated in the heart of this sought after village set back from the road, a Grade II Listed detached stable conversion with beautiful character accommodation. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen/living room, snug, study, off road parking, garage and south-facing garden.
DESCRIPTION The Coach House is a Grade II Listed detached conversion which was once the old stables to Didmarton House before being converted in 2010 to a high standard whilst retaining its original character.
Set well back from the road, the property boasts beautifully presented accommodation arranged over two floors and extends in all to 1,558 sq.ft. The ground floor comprises an impressive vaulted ceiling kitchen with fitted units and built in appliances open plan to the living room with log burner whilst oak stairs lead up to a galleried landing through to a double bedroom with exposed beams. A hall from the living room serves a further bedroom with double doors to the garden and stairs up to a study and store room above, a bathroom and the master bedroom which has double doors, an en-suite shower room and a snug above.
There is off road parking for three cars to the front of the property whilst a detached stone garage/barn has a further parking area and gate through to the good sized south-facing garden which is laid mosty to lawn with a patio and shrubs.
SITUATION Didmarton is an attractive village situated on the edge of the Cotswolds close to the Gloucestershire/Wiltshire border surrounded by the Duke of Beaufort’s ‘Badminton’ Estate. The property backs onto beautiful countryside at the rear and is within a short walk of the Kings Arms pub/restaurant and the village hall and playing fields. The village has a high number of historic listed houses and a local garage which also provides everyday essentials. Attractions nearby include the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum, Beaufort Polo Club and the famous Badminton Horse Trials. The village is also surrounded by a network of paths and bridleways providing excellent walking and riding amidst beautiful parkland and countryside. There is a number of excellent primary schools located close by at Leighterton, Hawkesbury Upton, Sherston and Luckington whilst private education is offered at Westonbirt School and Beaudesert Park School. The market town of Tetbury is only 7 miles away and has more comprehensive facilities. Didmarton is very well placed for the A46, M4 (Junction 18), Bath and Bristol all of which are very commutable.