THERE is the chance to live within the grounds of Compton Verney.
A house has come on to the market set in the grounds of the 18th century country estate.
1 The Coach House, a Grade II-listed five-bedroom home, is surrounded by 120 acres of parkland and benefits from views across the estate, including the grounds and lakes laid out by renowned landscape architect Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.
It also includes access to a working bell within the clock tower, with a long-standing tradition of it being used by the residents to ring in the new year.
Steeped in history, The Coach House was originally used as the stabling for Compton Verney before being converted for residential use in 1984.
The ground floor of the property features a fully-fitted kitchen with double doors to the dining room, dual aspect drawing room and ground floor cloakroom, while the first and second floors feature a master bedroom with ensuite, guest bedroom with ensuite, a further three bedrooms, utility room, and a snug and library with access to the clock tower.
The property also includes ownership of the front garden, one garage and two private parking spaces.
It is being marketed by property consultancy Fisher German and has a guide price of £800,000.
Ben Charsley, of Fisher German, said: “This is a truly unique opportunity to live within a historic estate surrounded by stunning Warwickshire countryside.
“The property itself is a charming five-bedroom home benefitting from high ceilings throughout, which offer a real sense of light and space. It also includes the unusual feature of a working bell within the clock tower.
“The property boasts views of not only the incredible grounds, but also the Grade I-listed Compton Verney mansion.
“Properties like this certainly don’t come on to the market very often, so we would urge anyone who would like to find out more to get in touch.”
For more information visit https://www.fishergerman.co.uk/