The Coach House is situated in the village of Broadwas, which has a primary school and public house. The city of Worcester is approximately 7 miles away and offers a wide range of amenities and entertainment options, including well respected schools. Malvern is approximately 17 miles and the city of Hereford 30 miles.
Ground floor accommodation:
On entering the hall of the Coach House you are immediately drawn to the original features that have been sympathetically restored to maintain its charm and character. Doors lead through to the dining room and kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs cloakroom and sitting room.
The kitchen is definitely the heart of this stunning home with attractive original beams and a built-in crest creating a unique sociable room. Wall and base units provide ample storage solutions with granite work surfaces and featuring a central island with solid marble surface. There is a Belfast sink, integrated fridge freezer, space for a dishwasher and further appliance space in the separate utility.
The charm of the property extends through to the sitting room and boasts an impressive inglenook fireplace with beamed mantel over, housing a log burner, a perfect place to enjoy colder evenings. There are double French doors leading to the outside bringing light flooding into the room and a space to enjoy the glorious garden.
The large dining room is a lovely bright room and is a wonderful space for entertaining or enjoying family dinners. Double french doors lead out to the front of the property.
The timber framed orangery complete with vaulted ceiling is a beautiful addition to this home and provides the property with another room that can be appreciated year-round, open up the French double doors onto the patio to enjoy a warm summer’s evening amid the fabulous garden and views beyond.
First floor accommodation
The character and charm of the Coach House extends up to the first floor. The spacious beamed galleried landing leads into the large master bedroom, with en-suite and feature balcony to the front of the Coach House.
There are 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property is entered via secure electric wrought iron gates onto a neat gravelled driveway, with ample space for parking. There is a single garage to the front of the property.
The rear garden has a lovely raised terrace giving you a wonderful area to enjoy the beautifully maintained walled garden.
The wall was created from the bricks from the historically significant Worcester power station next to the River Severn.
Services: Oil central heating, mains water, mains sewage and electricity
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