Coughton, Alcester, B49 5HU

Barn Conversion
Ref: 31488841
Offers In Excess Of
£850,000
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Living
A fantastic opportunity to acquire this twelve-bedroomed property, currently running as profitable holiday let premises, which sleeps twenty-two (plus cot), has an abundance of character features throughout and sits adjacent to the renowned Tudor country house, Coughton Court, which has been the seat of Throckmorton family for over six hundred years.

Coughton Lodge is a Grade II listed building and was formerly the base of the Estate Manager for the aforementioned Coughton Court. The property briefly comprises; twelve bedrooms (two of which are currently being used as communal lounges), large breakfast kitchen, grand dining room, ample storage rooms, picturesque courtyard garden, detached outbuilding (currently being used as a games/store room), separate brick-built building (with permission for change of use of the building into a one-bedroomed residential dwelling) and an extensive car park with space for over fifteen vehicles. The accommodation space totals an impressive 4,513 sq. ft. and the whole plot comes to 0.96 acres.

The village of Coughton is well placed and within good reach of many tourist sites and attractions, not just the magnificent Coughton Court, but also Ragley Hall, Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon, the historic town of Warwick and being a little further afield, the cathedral city of Worcester. The market town of Alcester, which has Roman origins, is situated less than three miles away and Malvern as well as the Cotswolds are within easy driving distance.

Overview

  • Twelve Bedroom Property
  • Profitable Holiday Let
  • Grade ll Listed
  • Building Plot To The Side
  • Accommodation Totals An Impressive 4513sq.ft
  • Plot Size 0.96 Acre
  • Stunning Views
  • No Upward Chain
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Overview

A fantastic opportunity to acquire this twelve-bedroomed property, currently running as profitable holiday let premises, which sleeps twenty-two (plus cot), has an abundance of character features throughout and sits adjacent to the renowned Tudor country house, Coughton Court, which has been the seat of Throckmorton family for over six hundred years.

Coughton Lodge is a Grade II listed building and was formerly the base of the Estate Manager for the aforementioned Coughton Court. The property briefly comprises; twelve bedrooms (two of which are currently being used as communal lounges), large breakfast kitchen, grand dining room, ample storage rooms, picturesque courtyard garden, detached outbuilding (currently being used as a games/store room), separate brick-built building (with permission for change of use of the building into a one-bedroomed residential dwelling) and an extensive car park with space for over fifteen vehicles. The accommodation space totals an impressive 4,513 sq. ft. and the whole plot comes to 0.96 acres.

The village of Coughton is well placed and within good reach of many tourist sites and attractions, not just the magnificent Coughton Court, but also Ragley Hall, Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon, the historic town of Warwick and being a little further afield, the cathedral city of Worcester. The market town of Alcester, which has Roman origins, is situated less than three miles away and Malvern as well as the Cotswolds are within easy driving distance.

The property is set back from the road and a tarmac driveway which leads to the car park. The front door is located at the topside of the building, and this opens into:
Porch Hallway
Running around the inner perimeter of the property and providing access to all rooms.
Guest WC
With low level WC and wash hand basin.
Boiler Room Utility Room
2.40m x 1.80m (7'10" x 5'10")
A run of laminate work surface with space and plumbing for two washing machines underneath.
Bedroom One (Room 4)
3.30m x 3.20m (10'9" x 10'5")
Exposed timbers, window, and door to en-suite shower room with shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin.
Bedroom Two (Room 5)
4.70m x 4.10m (15'5" x 13'5")
Currently being used as a communal lounge; with exposed timbers, windows overlooking the countryside beyond, and doors to en-suite bathroom and storage cupboard.
Bedroom Three (Room 6)
4.70m x 4.00m (15'5" x 13'1")
Also, currently being used as a communal lounge; with exposed timbers, windows overlooking the countryside beyond, and doors to en-suite bathroom and storage cupboard.
Bedroom Four (Room 7)
5.80m (max) x 4.30m (19'0" (max) x 14'1")
Large family room with space for four single beds; exposed timbers, windows overlooking the countryside beyond, and doors to en-suite bathroom and storage cupboard.
Bedroom Five (Room 8)
3.30m x 2.30m (10'9" x 7'6")
Large window overlooking the courtyard garden in the centre, and doors to en-suite shower room and storage cupboard.
Bedroom Six (Room 9)
3.40m x 2.30m (11'1" x 7'6")
Large window overlooking the courtyard garden in the centre, and doors to en-suite shower room and storage cupboard.
Bedroom Seven (Room 10)
3.40m x 2.30m (11'1" x 7'6")
Large window overlooking the courtyard garden in the centre, and doors to en-suite shower room and storage cupboard.
Bedroom Eight (Room 11)
3.40m x 2.30m (11'1" x 7'6")
Large window overlooking the courtyard garden in the centre, and doors to en-suite shower room and storage cupboard.
Bedroom Nine (Room 12)
3.90m x 2.30m (12'9" x 7'6")
Large window overlooking the courtyard garden in the centre, and doors to en-suite shower room and storage cupboard.
Storage Cupboards Store Room
3.50m x 2.90m (11'5" x 9'6")
Currently being used as a linen cupboard as well as a store for cleaning products; with window and door to a cupboard, which houses the hot water cylinder.
Kitchen
6.30m x 5.10m (20'8" x 16'8")
Exposed timbers, windows to two aspects, doors leading out to the courtyard garden in the centre, fitted kitchen with a range of units with marble effect laminate work surface over, inset double sink unit with mixer tap over, space for a range cooker with large extractor hood over, space and plumbing for two dishwashers, space for two fridge freezers and laminate tile effect flooring.
Linen Cupboards Dining Room
11.30m x 4.40m (37'0" x 14'5")
Exposed timbers, windows to three aspects, doors leading to the hallway, kitchen and car park, and spectacular forge-style open canopy flue constructed of brick (gas has been capped off).
Bedroom Ten (Room 1)
4.40m x 4.00m (max) (14'5" x 13'1" (max))
Exposed timbers, window, and door to en-suite shower room.
Bedroom Eleven (Room 2)
3.40m x 3.20m (11'1" x 10'5")
Exposed timbers, window, and door to en-suite shower room.
Bedroom Twelve (Room 3)
4.40m x 3.40m (max) (14'5" x 11'1" (max))
Exposed timbers, window, and door to en-suite shower room.
Courtyard Garden
Gently sloping to the East; with stepped water feature, paved areas for guests to enjoy, and well stocked borders with a range of shrubs, conifer trees and pampas grass.
Detached Outbuilding
Of solid brick construction under a clay tiled roof and comprising:
Games Room
4.90m x 3.60m (16'0" x 11'9")
Currently being used as a games room; with power and lighting, windows to two aspects, and door leading out to the car park.
Store Room
4.90m x 1.80m (16'0" x 5'10")
With window and door leading out to the car park.
Separate Brick-Built Building
9.50m x 4.50m (approx.) (31'2" x 14'9" (approx.))
Of solid brick construction under a clay tiled roof and currently being used as a barn and stable. An application was granted on 18th November 2020 for the change of use of the building into a one-bedroomed residential dwelling. Under the application number 20/02344/FUL, a copy of the conditions can be viewed on the Stratford-on-Avon District Council website (www.stratford.gov.uk).
Outside
The plot totals 0.96 acres. There is a car park, which has space for approximately 15 vehicles and a lawned area to the rear.
Additional Information
Services:
Mains electricity, gas, drainage and water are connected to the property.

Tenure:
The property is Freehold. Vacant possession will be given upon completion of the sale.

Council:
Stratford-on-Avon District Council

Fixtures & Fittings:
All those items mentioned in these particulars will be included in the sale, others, if any, are specifically excluded.

Viewing:
Strictly by prior appointment with Earles (01564 794 343).

Earles is a Trading Style of 'John Earle & Son LLP' Registered in England. Company No: OC326726 for professional work and 'Earles Residential Ltd' Company No: 13260015 Agency & Lettings. Registered Office: Carleton House, 266 - 268 Stratford Road, Shirley, West Midlands, B90 3AD.

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    Please note that all the above information has been provided by the vendor in good faith, but will need verification by the purchaser’s solicitor. Any areas, measurements or distances referred to are given as a guide only and are not precise. Floor plans are not drawn to scale and are provided as an indicative guide to help illustrate the general layout of the property only. The mention of any appliances and/or services in this description does not imply that they are in full and efficient working order and prospective purchasers should make their own investigations before finalising any agreement to purchase. It should not be assumed that any contents, furnishings or other items shown in photographs (which may have been taken with a wide angle lens) are included in the sale. Any reference to alterations to, or use of, any part of the property is not a statement that the necessary planning, building regulations, listed buildings or other consents have been obtained. We endeavour to make our details accurate and reliable, but they should not be relied on as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. The seller does not give any warranty in relation to the property and we have no authority to do so on their behalf.