The Old Coach House, Doncaster
- Detached Property
- Four Bedrooms
- Two En Suite Shower Rooms
- Double Garage
- Off Street Parking
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Sat Nav To DN7 6JG
Property SummaryImmaculately presented and offering spacious, versatile accommodation, this exceptional barn conversion enjoys a semi-rural location in the popular village of Hatfield, just a few miles to the north-east of Doncaster town centre with its full range of amenities and services.
Beautifully laid-out to make the most of the natural light, its contemporary and tasteful décor gives a relaxed feel to what is an ideal home for a growing family, while also boasting excellent transport links.
Hatfield lies around seven miles from Doncaster and has a good range of local facilities, including a health centre, pharmacy, Tesco Express, ATM, fitness centre and several pubs, restaurants and takeaways. Local bus services pass within a few hundred metres of the property, while Hatfield Railway Station with TransPennine Express and Northern Rail services is a little over a mile away. The A1, M62 and M180 are within easy reach, and Doncaster Sheffield Airport is around a seven-mile journey. Attractions such as the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Doncaster Racecourse and the Lakeside Village outlet shopping centre are also nearby. If education is a consideration, Sheep Dip Lane Primary School is around half a mile from the property and was rated good by Ofsted at its most recent inspection. There is secondary level and sixth-form provision at Ash Hill Academy.
A block-paved driveway leading from the street to the front of the house offers ample off-street parking, and there is also a detached double garage with rear courtesy door. To the rear is a neat lawn with a walled border and several beds with established shrubs and plants. A delightful paved courtyard is an ideal place for outdoor relaxation, while high wooden fencing and walls afford a high degree of privacy.
The impeccable presentation and high quality of the accommodation is evident as soon as the viewer enters the property. High ceilings, exposed beams and a partially open-plan, ground floor combine to enhance the light and airy feel of the house, making the most of natural light. Solid wooden flooring in the hallway, dining room and staircase gives a coordinated feel, along with stylish ceiling spotlights.
The dining room, on the right, has an open entrance flanked by low, brick walls topped with opaque patterned glass screens, and there is a full-height double-width window to the front. The dining room leads in turn to the beautifully-appointed, farmhouse-style kitchen, which has a tiled floor and an extensive range of fitted units with wooden fronts and granite counter-tops. Particularly eye-catching is a dresser-style unit, with glass-fronted display cabinets, open shelving and useful drawers. There is a large Belfast sink with mixer tap and space for a large cooking range with extractor hood above and tiled splashbacks with an accent colour behind.
Also leading off the hallway is the living room, with a stunning glass wall comprising full-height windows and french doors that open into the courtyard the perfect way to combine relaxing indoor and outdoor spaces. Also on the ground floor are a front-facing bedroom with a full-height window and a side-facing bedroom, currently being used as an office and study respectively, along with the house bathroom which is fully tiled and has a bath with shower attachment, hand basin and toilet.
The open-plan stairs lead from the hall to the first floor where there are two further bedrooms, both flawlessly decorated and featuring an excellent range of fitted furniture including wardrobes, cupboards, drawers and shelving in stylish cream. Each has a window overlooking the front of the property, a roof window, and its own tiled en suite bathroom comprising a shower cubicle with glass door and splash screen, hand basin and toilet.
The house has cavity wall and roof insulation, full double-glazing and is rated a higher-than-average C on the Energy Performance Certificate register. There is a gas-fired central heating system with a programmer, room thermostat and individual thermostatic valves to all radiators. The house also benefits from it's own CCTV system.
In our opinion this is truly exceptional property which should be viewed in order for potential buyers to fully appreciate the immaculate presentation and high standard of the accommodation on offer, and its potential and versatility as an impressive family home.
LIVING ROOM: 15 9 (4.6m) x 17 7 (5.4m)
DINING ROOM: 14 4 (4.38m) x 12 0 (3.67m)
KITCHEN: 12 8 (3.86m) x 12 2 (3.70m)
BEDROOM/STUDY: 12 1 (3.69m) x 8 0 (2.44m)
BEDROOM/OFFICE: 10 2 (3.09m) x 8 7 (2.61m)
BATHROOM: 7 10 (2.40m) x 5 6 (1.67m)
BEDROOM: 14 5 (4.40m) x 12 6 (3.80m)
EN SUITE: 8 2 (2.50m) x 4 0 (1.23m)
BEDROOM: 14 5 (4.40m) x 12 9 (3.88m)
EN SUITE: 8 2 (2.50m) x 3 10 (1.16m)
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property, but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by Esale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.