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Coventry House, believed to date from the 1700's, and converted in 2001 is a beautifully presented and spacious semi-detached coach house conversion set in a pretty courtyard whilst also enjoying a private walled garden and situated at the heart of the Grade I listed Croome Court Estate, former home to the 6th Earl of Coventry.
The magnificent 18th century parkland created by Lancelot “Capability” Brown has a manmade lake and river, statues, temples and other buildings with Croome Court as the central focus all restored by the National Trust.
Coventry House is situated in a private residential area away from the Court with no access to the general public. Approached via the Robert Adam designed Grade 1 London Arch which sweeps down a private road that takes residents to the small but exclusive group of houses set around the 18th century stable courtyard.
Coventry House has been extensively improved by the current owners with accommodation arranged over three floors. On entering the double height reception hall double doors lead to a relaxing library area which in turn opens into a dual aspect sitting room with wooden floor and plantation shutters; a traditionally constructed wooden conservatory with underfloor heating currently used as the formal dining area opens via double doors onto the established private walled garden. The bespoke kitchen also has a breakfast/ dining area. Included appliances are integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher, larder cupboard and double ceramic sink; adjoining the kitchen, the boot room also includes fitted storage and a cupboard housing the oil fired boiler and plumbing for a washing machine there is also direct access to garden via a doorway. Downstairs there is a separate cloakroom.
On the first floor the spacious master bedroom has a separate dressing room with a range of built-in wardrobes and a large recently installed en-suite bathroom with free-standing soaking bath and separate shower, limestone floor and underfloor heating. A further double bedroom with dual aspect windows and an en-suite shower room completes the accommodation on this floor.
On the second floor are two further spacious double bedrooms both with recently installed en-suite shower rooms. These rooms have vaulted ceilings and exposed beams and timbers with one being the primary guest room including a separate lounge/dressing area.
Outside, to the rear of the property beyond the private walled garden there is a double garage with further parking for two cars, in addition there is separate allocated visitor parking. The rear walled garden comprises a patio adjacent to the house and lawn with silver birch trees, red holm oak and numerous shrubs and mature planting, there is a further charming patio area to the rear of the garden.
The newly built Worcester Parkway Station is estimated to be completed by the end of 2019 with trains connecting direct to London and Birmingham.
Cheltenham 19 miles, Worcester 9 miles Great Malvern 12 miles and Birmingham 35 miles. The scenic Cotswolds are within 30 minutes driving. The property benefits from good access to the A38 the M50 and M5. The Georgian market town of Pershore (4 miles) being ideal for everyday needs.
Fibre Broadband is scheduled to be brought to the property in October 2019.
Mains water and electricity. Oil central and water heating. Private shared drainage.
There is planning permission to extend the wall at the back of the garden to include an electric gate (18/00189/HP and 18/00192/LB).
There is an estate charge, believed to be around £280 p.a., to cover maintenance of the entrance gate, lighting and communal gardens.
Coventry House is in the setting of Grade 1 listed Croome Court and is curtilage listed.
Directions (Postcode WR8 9DW) Via M5, M50, A38 Continue past National Trust Croome Court entrance until you reach the imposing London Arch on the right hand side. Approach the electric gates and follow the private road and turn left at the sign for The Stables upon reaching the rectangular communal lawn Coventry House is located on the right.
Conservatory / Dining Room
Kitchen / Breakfast
4 En-Suite Double Bedrooms
Utility and boot room
Two Dressing Rooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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