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The Lodge which is Grade II listed as being of special architectural and historical interest is situated in the heart of the village, set back from the road on a corner position behind the attractive lawned fore garden with herbaceous borders. The Lodge comprises a most charming regency period residence, double fronted with a white washed stuccoed exterior sitting under a tile roof.
The accommodation incorporates many period features typical of this era.
The well proportioned rooms comprise:- reception hall with an elegant staircase rising to the first floor, drawing room with a window to the front aspect and a gas fire with stone chimneypiece, off which is an open aspect conservatory which has delightful views and access to the garden, dining room again with a window to the front aspect and fireplace. The reception hall continues through to provide access to a study with a pair of French windows providing access to the garden, built in cupboards with arched recessed display shelving and fireplace, and a utility and kitchen room with windows two sides and off which is a traditional pantry. Off the hall is a sitting room/ library which has a stone fireplace and windows to the front and side elevation, and a cloakroom and W/C. A charming regency staircase rises to the first floor. Bedroom one having windows to the front and side elevation, fitted cupboards and en-suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms with a family bathroom and separate shower room.
Alveston is an attractive and sought-after village situated south east of Stratford-upon-Avon. The village has a parish church, community hall and to public houses which are both renowned in the area for the fine food. There are restaurants and shops for every day amenities in the nearby village of Tiddington. Stratford-upon-Avon, just two miles away which has an excellent range of restaurants, shopping and recreational facilities and is well served by schools including Stratford Preparatory School, Boys and Girls Grammar Schools and The Croft Preparatory School. The property is well-placed for access to Birmingham and the motorway network with the M40 (J15) approximately 6 miles away and Warwick Parkway station approximately 8 miles away (trains to London Marylebone from 80 minutes)
The most delightful, secluded walled garden provides an attractive setting for this fine property. Mainly laid to lawn with a border which incorporates a number of mature trees including fruit trees and well established flower beds. To the side of the property is a garage above which sits a studio with staircase opening down to the rear of the garage with door to access internal courtyard with further garage door for carport parking and a useful range of buildings including a storage and old privy.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating.
Local Authority: Stratford on Avon District Council (01789 267575)
Council Tax Band: Band G
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned in the particulars are included in the sale. All other such items are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.
Viewings: by appointment with Hamptons International 01789 200900
Grade II listed
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