Price £475,000 Available
  • Converted School
  • Four Bedrooms (one with En-Suite)
  • Parking for Two Cars
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Delightful Garden
  • Lovely Rural Views to Rear

Built in 1846, and as its name implies this charming period home was formally the Sunday School and is situated in in the heart of Old Coleford and enjoys fabulous and far reaching rural views to the rear. The property now offers stylish and very well presented accommodation retaining a wealth of character and period features comprising sitting room with wood burning stove, dining hall, study, large conservatory, kitchen, cloakroom, four bedrooms (one with ensuite) and a bathroom. Outside there is a delightful garden to the rear with lawn and patio which also enjoys the views and to the front private parking for two cars. This really is a special property indeed.

Dining Hall
17`1"x10`2" (5.21m)
Stone mullion triple arched window to front with fitted wooden Plantation shutters. Radiator.

Utility Room
10`2" x 4`6" (3.10m x 1.37m)
Window to side. Stainless steel sink unit with cupboards below. Fitted shelving. Plumbing for washing machine.

Sitting Room
17`2" x 12`7" (5.23m x 3.84m)
Two double glazed windows to rear. Fireplace with wood burning stove. Radiator.

Study
11`0" x 9`9" (3.35m x 2.97m)
Patio doors to conservatory. Radiator.

Conservatory
21`4"x14`1" (max) (6.50m (max))
Brick and double glazed construction Doors to both sides. Two radiators. Slate tiled floor.

Kitchen
10`9" x 10`6" (3.28m x 3.20m)
Double glazed window to side. Range of wall and floor units with granite worktops in a tiled surround. Built-in double oven and hob with extractor hood above. Sink unit. Plumbing for dishwasher. Tiled flooring.

Inner Hallway
Stone mullion triple arched window to front with wooden plantation shutters. Radiator. Stairs to first floor. Storage cupboard.

Cloakroom
Low level WC. Wash basin. Radiator.

First Floor

Landing
Galleried landing over looking the stone mullion triple arched window to front with wooden plantation shutters. Radiator. Built-in cupboard.

Bedroom One
13`0 x12`2" (3.96m x 3.71m)
Window to rear with far reaching rural views. Radiator. Exposed beams.

En-suite
7`6" x 4`8" (2.29m x 1.42m)
Shower cubicle. Pedestal wash basin. Low level WC. Radiator.

Bedroom Two
17`9" x 12`10" (max) (5.41m x 3.91m (max))
Two windows to rear with far reaching rural views. Two radiators. Exposed beams.

Bedroom Three
9`7" x 8`9" (2.92m x 2.67m)
Window to rear with far reaching rural views. Radiator. Exposed beams.

Bedroom Four
10`10" x 7`0" (3.30m x 2.13m)
Top half of stone mullion window to front and velux window to front. Wooden floor and exposed beams.

Bathroom
8`7" x 7`0" (2.62m x 2.13m)
Velux window to front. White suite comprising roll top Victorian style bath with shower mixer tap, pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Radiator. Wooden floor and exposed beams.

Outside

Garden
To the rear of the property is a delightful enclosed garden which enjoys rural views as far as Salisbury Plain. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with an abundance of mature shrubs, bushes and trees including Wisteria, Apricot and Eucalyptus trees. There is also raised patio area ideal for alfresco dining and a wooden shed with light and power. Outside tap. Side access.

Parking
To the front of the property is private parking area with space for two cars.



Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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