1630 sq ft
Stunning Former Coach House in Idyllic Position More Details
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Attractive Former Coach House
Secluded Position in Popular Village
Private Courtyard and Garden
Sunny aspect throughout
Formerly the Coach House for Upwey House this unique detached property exudes space and light. Believed to date back to the 1800’s this Grade II Listed Building has been sympathetically converted to produce a contemporary home whilst keeping the feel of a period property. It has original exposed timber beams and the coach doors have been reproduced in solid oak.
The spacious, fully fitted kitchen provides a perfect modern space, with table and chairs it is the perfect place for the family to gather. Leading off from the kitchen there is a useful utility room and downstairs WC. Wooden flooring with underfloor heating system runs throughout the downstairs.
The living room is a wonderful open room with an abundance of natural light, the focal point being the log burner with an attractive dark wood mantel. The well-proportioned Dining Room has fitted bookcases and is the perfect environment for casual or formal entertaining.
Upstairs there are 3 good sized bedrooms and a spacious Master Bedroom with an ensuite shower room. The family bathroom has recently been refurbished and boast a large bathtub, big enough for 2!
Outside, the paved courtyard is sheltered and secluded, a real sun trap. A door leads onto the large yet easily maintainable garden, laid mostly to lawn with a veg patch and fruit trees at one end. There are useful garden sheds and the woodland summerhouse makes a perfect garden room. The sunken terrace area is great for those sunnier days.
Set in its own grounds with a long gravel drive leading over the River Wey, The Coach House is located in the popular and peaceful village of Upwey. It is only a five minute walk from the Famous Upwey Wishing Well, said to have healing properties and regularly visited by King George III. It is said that the gold cup in which the King drank from the spring is now the Ascot Cup. The village, surrounded by fields, also holds a hall, church and many lovely countryside walks. Further amenities include a train station (with links to London Waterloo and Bristol) and a nearby shop, garage and Post Office. Despite being quiet and set out of the way, Upwey is only 2.7 miles from the beach at Overcome and 3.7 miles from the County Town of Dorchester. Dorchester offers a wide variety of shopping and leisure facilities including the prestigious Brewery Square development.
Under the Estate Agent Act 1979 we hereby declare that this property is being sold by one of the Maxgate Partners.
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