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Bel Ambre was originally a substantial barn forming part of a unique conversion of a former equestrian centre which still embraces many of the charming features of its glorious past and its links with the Queen Mother’s love of horse racing. The property has been sympathetically converted to a superb family home offering flexible accommodation over two floors. A reception hall leads to an open plan kitchen / breakfast room and includes a wide range of fitted units, range cooker, and integrated appliances. French doors lead out to the gardens. A spacious sitting room benefiting from a triple aspect and features a vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and a wood burning stove. French doors leading out to a side terrace. The hall leads to a dining room, study, shower room and guest bedroom with French doors with views out to the garden and an en-suite bathroom. There is a further bedroom with fitted wardrobe and French doors complimented by a vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and a feature mezzanine floor with
a fixed oak ladder access. From the hall the open plan staircase leads up to the first floor. A light airy master bedroom suite includes a stunning en-suite wet room. A further family bathroom with separate shower and another double bedroom. Planning permission has been granted to build an extension to include indoor pool, gym and sun lounge
Moreton Paddox is a residential area within the mature grounds of the previous Moreton Hall. In a peaceful location, Moreton Paddox is a short distance from the village of Moreton Morrell which has a primary school, parish church, public house and Real Tennis Club and is the home of Warwickshire Agricultural College. It is excellently located, with ready access to Junction 12 of the M40 at Gaydon, or Junction
14 for access to the West Midlands. There is an intercity train service on the Chiltern line with stations at Warwick, Warwick Parkway, Leamington Spa and Banbury. There is a range of high quality state, private and grammar schools in the area including Warwick Prep Public School, Moreton Morrell Primary School, Kings High School for Girls, Kingsley School for Girls, Arnold Lodge Prep School and Stratford Grammar School. Stratford upon Avon with its Shakespearean heritage and theatres is readily accessible. There are golf courses
at Leamington Spa, Tadmarton, Brailes and Stratford-upon-Avon and racing at Warwick and Stratford. The Cotswolds lie a short distance to the south along the Roman Fosse Way which passes close to the village.
Outside, the property fronts on to manicured lawns and formal borders with parking for two vehicles. To the rear the extensive gardens and grounds enjoy stunning views across open countryside. A substantial garden laid mainly to lawn interspersed with attractive borders filled with a variety of trees and shrubs. A detached summer house benefits from a southerly aspect. Sun terracing extends to around the property. Beyond is a fantastic paddock with grazing and a chestnut wood coppice (totalling 3.58 acres) accessed by private gated driveway. A substantial detached double open fronted parking barn with additional parking also includes a utility room. Extensive loft storage above.
Local Authority: Stratford-upon-Avon District Council, 01789 267575
Tenure : Freehold
Council Tax Band: Band G
Viewings : By prior appointment with sole agent Hamptons International 01789 200900
Kitchen/ breakfast room
Three reception rooms
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