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Description of Coach HouseThe Old Coach House is a Grade II Listed Regency stable and coach house, very recently converted to an exceptionally high standard. Within walking distance of York's historic walled centre, it retains many original features to remind guests of bygone, less hectic times, and it is easy to imagine a horse-drawn carriage still on the driveway. The stable itself is now a fully-fitted dining kitchen with built-in fridge and dishwasher, yet still retaining the original hay-basket and exposed beamed ceiling. The original coach house and tack room has become an open-plan living room with a feature corner fireplace, solid oak floor, with a truly magnificent oak beam supporting the ceiling. The master bedroom, the hayloft in earlier times, is a timber-framed structure, with an impressive beamed, vaulted roof and wooden floor. The smaller second bedroom is virtually as it was when the stable groom occupied it. The Old Coach House is fully gas central-heated with a modern upstairs bathroom and large utility room, which was once used for housing assorted livestock. This has a second WC, washing machine, and space for bicycles. The accommodation includes the usual TV, microwave etc., and has a south-facing patio area, with furniture and BBQ. The Old Coach House is set in quiet secluded gardens with ample safe parking, and yet York's ancient city centre is only a 10 minute stroll away. Local amenities include post office, shops, pubs and restaurants. The accommodation provides immediate access to the main road leading to the superb Yorkshire Heritage Coast, approximately 50 minutes drive, and the stunning North York Moors. The Old Coach House is non-smoking. Families are welcome, but sorry no pets.
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