Ground floor: Entrance hall, reception area and breakfast room | Sitting-room | Dining room | Further large room with utility and toilet | Cellar | Kitchen | Utility | Toilets
First floor: Sitting room | Three double bedrooms, two en-suite | Bathroom
Second floor: Large sitting-room, double bedroom, shower room, kitchen area and further large attic area | Annex: Three en-suite double bedrooms | Gardens, parking and outbuildings
EPC rating D
Peacefully situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Coach House nestles in the tranquil hamlet of Norbury, (a Conservation Area) and has been lovingly restored and tastefully renovated to create a very spacious and comfortable home, full of original features and character.
It also provides an opportunity to maintain a useful income if required from the existing, well-established Bed and Breakfast operation, using its successful web-site and internet presence.
On the market for the first time in eighteen years, the vendors are retiring.
Massively constructed in local stone, the accommodation is arranged over three floors in the main building. On the ground floor there is a large reception area and breakfast room, a lovely 18th Century sitting-room with a large fireplace, wood-burning stove, a bar, and an elegant and spacious dining-room. There is a large and very practical kitchen area, and a further large room off the entrance hall currently used for storage with potential as another bedroom suite. There is also a useful wine-cellar.
The main family accommodation is on the first floor with three character double bedrooms, two en-suite and a large period bathroom. There is also a useful linen room and a very attractive sitting room with countryside views. A hidden 'wainscot' staircase off the landing corridor leads to the top floor to reveal a very pleasant apartment with a light and spacious living-room with oak beamed ceilings and far-reaching views of the Shropshire Hills. There is a double bedroom, a separate modern shower room and a kitchen area. There is also a large attic room currently used for storage but with potential for further conversion .
With a conveniently separate access, the annex provides three guest double bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities, two on the first floor with a balcony with fine views and seating, and one on the ground floor.
Garden and Outbuildings
Approached off a quiet lane up a driveway to a large gravelled parking area, the gardens are very pretty and enjoy complete privacy. There are areas laid to lawn with mature trees and attractive herbaceous and flowering borders with a delightful and colourful mix of country garden planting. There is a pretty ornamental pond creating a tranquil atmosphere close to an area of patio for alfresco dining and relaxation. There is a further area to the side of the property which has its own double access gates with garden sheds and parking for several vehicles. There is also a useful timber structure comprising a car-port, log store and a secure work-shop.