The Coach House is set in the picturesque High Street in Barkway, a North Hertfordshire village and important for three centuries as a major coaching route between Cambridge and London. The building has attractive elevations in brick and weatherboarding and is set under a pitched and tiled roof. The building has benefited from a thorough programme of refurbishment and now provides excellent accommodation with the bedrooms on the ground floor and sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and study on the first floor. There is a generous entrance hall with a staircase to the first floor, two double bedrooms, one en suite and a shower room. On the first floor there is a study and landing which leads to the kitchen/breakfast room which has a breakfast bar, an extensive range of storage cupboards, integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven and hob. The sitting room has doors opening to a balcony with stairs down to the garden. The property has wired smoke detectors and Hive controlled gas heating.
Outside there is an east facing garden about 45ft deep with a Victorian style summer house and a gated access to the front. A dropped kerb provides access to a parking space to the front of the property and there are two parking spaces behind the barn.
At the rear of the garden there is a detached building which offers a possible third bedroom and shower room or could provide an excellent home office.