Coach House Farm is a new farmhouse built of Cotswold stone in 2005, designed in traditional 17th century style with steeply-pitched gables, mullioned and leaded windows, many with moulded drips.
Internally the property has been finished to the highest standard with flagstone floors and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor as well as extremely fine Herefordshire oak joinery including wonderfully heavy oak doors to all the main rooms.
The accommodation comprises reception hall, drawing room, kitchen/dining room, scullery, cloakroom, four/five bedrooms, two bathrooms, study and a separate office/library built in matching stone adjacent to the house.
The farm currently uses its fifteen acres for breeding rare poultry but this land coul be put to use in countless ways: equestrian buyers will find extensive outbuildings and stables on the property already.
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The house is situated within the pretty Cotswold village of Broadway which is on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire borders, The village is situated amongst picturesque countryside and contains many historic buildings and offers a good range of services. The house is also just 16 miles from the larger centre of Cheltenham and 15 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon. The main rail station for London is at Moreton-in-Marsh which is around nine miles distant.
The guide price is £985,000. For further information please contact Jackson Stops & Staff on 01386 840224 or visit www.jacksonstops.co.uk