This Gothic house for sale is a combination of “charm and character” with countryside views.

Upper Coach House, in Tilford, dates back to approximately 1870 and was built in a Gothic style, originally being a coach house.

The property has been enlarged in recent years, with the addition of a contemporary rear extension.

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The interior has been modernised. (Andrew Lodge Estate Agents)

Entering the property, the front door opens into a family room with a log burner and parquet flooring, as well as an understairs storage cupboard and an AGA.

This room leads through to the kitchen, with a breakfast bar, a utility room, and a cloakroom.

The sitting room is double aspect with window shutters and a log burner, while the dining room has a glass ceiling, parquet flooring and bifold doors outside.

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The bifold doors leading outside. (Andrew Lodge Estate Agents)

Upstairs, the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and a wall-length range of fitted wardrobes.

The second and third bedrooms both also have en-suite bathrooms, with the second featuring a vaulted ceiling and terrace doors, and the third featuring a ceiling height window and a dressing room.

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The bedroom has a ceiling height picture window. (Andrew Lodge Estate Agents)

There are two further bedrooms, one with a built-in wardrobe, and a shower room.

Outside, there is a double garage, as well as a detached timber outbuilding which could be used as a gym or a home office.

The grounds span more than half an acre, and include a summer house, areas of lawn, and an outside fireplace.

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The garden area. (Andrew Lodge Estate Agents)

The property is being sold by Andrew Lodge Estate Agents for a price of £1,400,000.

The agent commented: “Upper Coach House combines charm and character with a contemporary feel and is situated in an idyllic semi-rural setting.

“With the beautiful countryside on the doorstep, along with a variety of schools within close proximity, it will make a lovely family home for the next generation.”