This original Georgian coach house converted by Architect Ross Cahill O’Brien in to a truly stunning home combining old with new is available for short-term letting. It featured in Image Magazine and in US publication ‘Decor’ which describes the front drawing room as ‘One of the Most Inspiring Rooms Ever’. The owner, a Los Angeles based interior decorator has sourced the antique pieces found in the coach house mainly from Italy and France. Such elegant pieces have turned a successful architectural project into a wonderful home with a spacious, calm feel.
The breath taking main living room is light-filled stretching upwards to the 20 foot high ceiling. The Bulthaup kitchen is open to the main room if a client wishes to entertain in a casual atmosphere. A wide, low pivoting door opens over an external pond, the centrepiece of the garden. The garden is enclosed by the same limestone walls as the house, with similar proportions to the original coach house.
The elegant staircase leads with white stone steps on to slated timber ones supported on a light weight steel arch. Upstairs, a steel walkway has slatted beech flooring, the balcony providing a bright, library area with views to the main room below and access to the main bedroom suite. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe. The bathroom has a sunken bath, shower and w.c. The second bedroom has built-in wardrobes and bathroom with shower, w.c and wash-hand basin. The front door is based on the design of a shop door in the Bastille area of Paris.
There is a separate office area on the first floor with fax machine. High speed broadband throughout the property.
The property also includes the following features:
- Parking available: 1 inside property, 1 on-street.
- TV and Sound system
- Underfloor Gas heating.
- Intercom system