- SUPERB SIZE TWO STOREY 6 BEDROOM HOUSE SET BEHIND GATES
- TWO INCOMPLETE SEMI DETACHED BARN CONVERSIONS WITH PP
- SUPER SIZE BARN/WORKSHOPS & OUTBUILDINGS
- SCOPE TO COVERT WORKSHOPS TO FURTHER 5 BARN CONVERSIONS OR LARGE 3 CONVERSIONS
- SUBJECT TO PLANNING APPROVAL BEING OBTAINED
- SET IN JUST UNDER 6 ACRES
- 1.3.18 SALE AGREED SUBJECT TO CONTRACT
- PUBLIC NOTICE
- We are acting for the mortgagee in possession and have received an offer of £1,625,000 (One Million six hundred and twenty Five Pounds)
- Any interested parties must submit any higher offers in writing to the selling agent before an exchange of contracts takes place.
The Old Coach House, Lynn Lane, Shenstone, WS14 0EN
We are acting for the mortgagee in possession and have received an offer of £1,625,000 (One Million six hundred and ) on the above property.
Any interested parties must submit any higher offers in writing to the selling agent before an exchange of contracts takes place.
The Old Coach House, is a superior substantial period detached six bedroom family home which offers immense accommodation throughout. Set privately within grounds of just under 6 acres complete with workshops and barns. Set on the outskirts of the village of Shenstone, located along a country lane which leads towards Lynn and Stonnall.
The Old Coach House is approached via a sweeping gated drive with views of the rolling countryside, the driveway leads you to a large courtyard area where there is access to this impressive gated period home. Within the grounds set of the courtyard is a substantial workshop/barn which lies adjacent to the property, which offers potential to convert to three large residences or five smaller homes, subject to planning permission being obtained. There are also two, two and three bedroom semi-detached barns which have been partly converted into residential accommodation with planning consent and the main family residence, The Old Coach House, which sits within its own walled gated grounds.
Upon entering this vast property, the feature reception hall with its floor to ceiling windows to the front and rear aspect overlooks the landscaped courtyard area, there is a solid light oak staircase leading to a stunning gallery landing where there are two large guest suites, both of these double bedrooms benefit from having walk in wardrobes and having their own en-suite bath/shower rooms. To the ground floor leading from the hall is an impressive bespoke breakfast kitchen with doors opening onto the rear landscaped courtyard and onto the adjacent grounds and gardens. The breakfast kitchen provides ample space to cater for a large breakfast table and chairs or alternatively a family area to relax and enjoy. Leading off the Kitchen via double doors is a spacious formal lounge with access to the grounds and the courtyard area. The utility room is located of the reception hall which has been fitted with a range of oak base and matching wall units with spaces to cater for the washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a further snug/TV room and guest cloakroom. The billiard room offers scope to be used as a games room/cinema/gym. There is a large room to the rear of the property which was once an indoor swimming pool, but has since been covered with wooden effect flooring, an ideal space to either use as a large games room or reinstate as a swimming pool complex. Continuing from of the hallway, on the ground floor are four double bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, whilst the master is complete with having a walk in wardrobe which completes the accommodation to this wonderful home.
The site offers immense potential to develop further, subject to planning permission being obtained. Plans have been previously prepared for the workshops to be developed into four, two storey, three bedroom townhouses and a single storey three bedroom residence (refer to page 8). The two neighbouring barns have undergone some refurbishment to convert them both into residential dwellings offering two/three bedrooms, kitchen area, lounge and bath/shower rooms. Thus the potential of creating a lovely private development of individually designed exclusive homes.
Lynn Lane is a country lane which lies between the villages of Shenstone and Stonnall and provides you with easy access to commute to the neighbouring towns and cities, including Lichfield, Aldridge, Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield. The M6 toll and the A38 provides good road network links to destinations further afield. Shenstone has its own railway station which is a Cross- City line between Redditch and Lichfield City Centre via Birmingham.
Shenstone is a quiet and popular Village on the outskirts of Lichfield City and Sutton Coldfield, offering a wide range of facilities including a local butchers, convenience stores, bank, library, hairdressers, doctor's surgery, local church and church hall, railway station and four public houses which offer a range of popular ales and gastro/fine dining.
The Old Coach House
Measurements are metric with imperial in brackets
Ground Floor Accommodation
Welcoming Reception Hall 4.56 x 4.34 (14'10 x 14'2)
Spacious Breakfast Kitchen 8.77 x 4.72 (28'8 x 15'5)
Utility 2.75 x 2.53 (9' x 8'3)
Large Lounge 8.22 x 4.72 (26'10 x 15'5)
Reception Room 4.69 x 2.93 (15'4 x 9'6)
Billiard Room 8.36max 6.91min x 5.20max (27'4max 22'6min x 17')
Covered Swimming Pool 9.53 x 5.57 (31'3 x 18'3)
Master bedroom 4.89 x 4.40max (16' x 14'4max)
Walk In Wardrobe 2.31 x 1.77 (7'6 x 5'8)
Ensuite 2.23 x 1.71 (7'3 x 5'6)
Bedroom 3.39 x 3.28 (11' x 10'8)
Ensuite Shower Room 3.26 x 1.12 (10'6 x 3'6)
Bedroom 3.59 x 2.99
Ensuite 3.56 x 1.02
Bedroom 4.73 x 3.75
Ensuite 3.38 x 1.40
First Floor Accommodation
Bedroom 4.60 x 3.26
Walk in wardrobe 1.50 x 1.43
Ensuite 2.88 x 1.48
Bedroom 4.40 x 3.45
Walk in Wardrobes 1.39 x 1.25
Ensuite 2.87 x 1.25
The grounds extend just under 6 acres in total with views of the rolling countryside. The enclosed courtyard areas are mainly paved with a raised water feature to the rear courtyard area.
Two Semi Detached Barn Conversions: Jersey & Guernsey Barns
Jersey and Guernsey barns are approached via the courtyard to the front of The Old Coach House, these two semi-detached barn conversions were created in 2014, but have not been completed, they have been plastered, painted, however, they are in need to be finished with fitted kitchen units and bathroom/shower suites. These two properties offer immense scope for investment to a discerning buyer to finish the development of these two homes, for future sale or rental. To the rear of the properties are gardens which could easily be included as part of this development.
Located to the right looking at the property
Lounge 6.0 x 5.97 (19'8 x 19'7)
Kitchen 4.12 x 2.69 (13'6 x 8'10)
Master Bedroom 4.67 x 2.85 (15'4 x 9'4)
Ensuite 1.90 x 1.89 (6'3 x 6'2)
Bedroom Two 4.12 x 3.11 (13'6 x 10'2)
Ensuite 3.29 x 1.06 (10'10 x 3'6)
Bedroom Three/Study 2.89 x 2.55
(9'6 x 8'4)
Main Bathroom 3.0 x 1.91 (9'10 x 6'3)
Located to the left looking at the property
Lounge 6.47 x 5.99 (21'3 x 19'8)
Kitchen 4.10 x 2.63 (13'6 x 8'7)
Master Bedroom 4.71 2.96 (15'5 x 9'9)
Ensuite 2.02 x 1.75 (6'8 x 5'9)
Bedroom 4.67 x 2.89 (15'4 x 9'6)
Ensuite 2.12 x 1.78 (7' x 5'10)
Currently an expansive open space with scope to be converted into 3 large residences or 5 smaller residences, subject to planning consent being obtained from Lichfield Council.
We can confirm that the property is Freehold
Council Tax Band
Council Tax Band is H, payable to Lichfield Council