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Design Directory - The Coach House, Lincoln

Formerly the original Georgian coach house of Coleby Hall, this unique and impressive two-bedroom Grade II Listed home offers approx. 1500 sq. ft of stylish accommodation set over three floors.
Design Directory - The Coach House, Lincoln
Standing in a peaceful and exclusive setting, there are undulating views from the upper floors over the Trent Valley.

Accessed via large carriage doors, the entrance hall provides ideal storage and leads to a modern fitted kitchen with granite work surfaces, integral appliances, and quality oak flooring. From here, French doors give access to the rear courtyard garden. The dining room enjoys exposed stone wall detail, quality oak flooring, tall skirting boards and additional storage space. The ground floor is further complemented by a modern shower room/WC.

The luxurious sitting room with its double-aspect views, high ceilings and large windows is a notable feature on the first floor. The wood-burning stove and fire surround further enhance this grand room, with tall skirting boards and a range of bespoke bookcases and shelving.

The second floor boasts undulating, far-reaching views over the Trent Valley. The principal bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes and Velux windows, while a further double bedroom includes fitted storage. Additionally, there is a modern bathroom with a Velux window.

The property is accessed via a tree-lined private drive leading up to the exclusive development of eight converted properties. With its turret clock, the Coach House stands proudly in the centre. To the rear is a low-maintenance gravel courtyard garden with built-in storage space enclosed by timber fencing. A gate provides access to a single garage located in a block to the rear of the property.

The Viking Way spans this sought-after village, providing wonderful countryside walks from the door. Coleby Church of England Primary School is conveniently located in the centre of the village, as is the popular Tempest Arms pub.

The nearby city of Lincoln, approximately 7 miles away, holds great historical interest, with its castle and cathedral proudly standing on top of the hill. It offers everything you would expect from a vibrant city, including the quaint Bailgate shopping area and a train station with direct services to London and elsewhere.

With its advantageous location and easy access to Newark and Grantham, with frequent train services to London Kings Cross (80 minutes and 60 minutes, respectively), The Coach House is an ideal choice for individuals working in the capital. Embracing the best of both worlds, the property offers an ideal balance for those seeking to escape urban life and enjoy the serenity of the countryside.