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The Chimneys is an outstanding character conversion which originally served as the hothouse to the estate. The property is curtilage listed to maintain the integrity of the building. The well appointed accommodation overlooks an area of
superb open countryside to the rear. From the hallway, a panelled door opens to the magnificent kitchen/living space overlooking the rear garden with views beyond. The kitchen area boasts exposed roof timbers, a velux roof light and windows overlooking the rear garden with French
doors providing access. Steps lead down to the sitting room, having a wood burning stove set in arched recess, exposed brick walling. The drawing room is similarly bright and airy with exposed ceiling timbers, windows and central French doors
opening to the front terrace. There are two double bedrooms downstairs and a shower room. A wrought iron spiral staircase leads to the light and bright master bedroom which has three velux roof lights. This is accompanied by a well designed
bathroom having a bath with shower over, low level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin.
Located to the north of the town, bordered by the pretty scenery of the Welcombe Hills, Clopton House Gardens comprises of a small group of beautifully converted outbuildings associated with Clopton House, a 17th- century country mansion which has itself been converted into residential
apartments, located approximately 0.5 miles from the town centre. Stratfordupon-Avon is renowned as the region’s cultural centre and is the home of the Royal Shakespeare Company. The town has a wide variety of shopping and leisure facilities. There are a great many quality restaurants, public houses and dining pubs with excellent reputations all within walking distance. Warwick and Leamington are also nearby and provide further facilities and schooling. There are state, private
and grammar schools in the area to suit most requirements, including The Croft Prep School which is close to the property, Warwick Prep and Public Schools, Shottery School for Girls and Stratford Gramma School. Stratford- upon- Avon has many opportunities for boating, fishing, rowing, together with a link to the canal network.
The town has a racecourse and two golf courses. The M40, junction 15, is seven miles away and provides access to Birmingham to the North, London to the South and the National Motorway Network.
The property is approached over a private driveway, through decorative wrought iron gates hung on brick pillars with a garden wall, leading to the gravel drive. There is a lawned foregarden with planted borders, and a detached brick built double garage. A paved pathway with terrace leads to the front door. The gardens comprise a paved terrace with a mainly lawned garden beyond, with planted shrubs, with views over Welcome Hills offering delightful views and pleasant walks. The Double Garage is partially converted to provide space for an office/ hobby room with power and light but could easily be restored to original use.
Services- Mains water, drainage, gas and
electricity are connected to the property.
Stratford District Council – 01789 260 990
Council Tax Band - G
Fixtures and Fittings - All items
mentioned in these particulars are included
in the sale price, all others are expressly
Tenure - Freehold
Viewings by appointment with sole agents
Open plan sitting room
Two downstairs bedrooms
First floor bedroom
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