The Old Rectory Coach House is a fine converted coach house and stable block dating back some 200 years which formerly served The Old Rectory. Extensively refurbished by the current owners over the last two decades the property retains many of its period features including exposed oak floor boards, parquet flooring, mullioned windows and open Minster stone fireplaces.
The property is entered through an imposing front door into the entrance hall. To the left of the hall is the dual aspect sitting room which has mullioned windows, parquet floors and open stone fireplace. From this room is the study also with open fireplace and parquet floor and a door to the lobby/boot room and WC with access to the back garden and front drive. To the right of the hall is the well-proportioned dining room with wooden floor and pantry. Off this room is the kitchen/breakfast room with central island unit, floor and wall mounted wooden storage units, a Belling induction cooker and double oven, larder and door to the front drive.
From the hall a solid wooden staircase rises to the first floor landing with oak floor boards throughout, off which there are four double bedrooms, a shower room and a bathroom with bath, shower, bidet and WC.
The Old Rectory Coach House is located off the High Street of Bourton-on-the-Water, which is celebrated as one of the most attractive villages in the Cotswolds, and lies in the charming Windrush Valley, which is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village offers a wide range of everyday shopping facilities, a monthly farmers' market and a number of popular pubs and restaurants. More extensive facilities can be found nearby in Cheltenham and Cirencester.
Communications in the area are good. The A429 (Fosse Way) provides links to the A40 and M40 as well as the M5 at Cheltenham. There are regular train services to London Paddington from Kingham Station (8 miles).
Education in the area is excellent with well-reputed primary and secondary schools both state and private.
The Old Rectory Coach House sits within a walled garden approached through gates from the High Street. The adjacent driveway and parking is interspersed with lawn and well planted beds. To the right of the property are outbuildings and a store housing the boiler. To the rear of the property is a tranquil garden partly laid to lawn with a sun terrace, well planted beds and a garden shed.