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A detached village house, constructed circa 20 years ago having formally been a single storey residence. Constructed of brick under a tile roof the property has been well designed to provide a versatile family home. The accommodation which is arranged over two floors comprises in brief:- Porch leads into the spacious reception hall with double height picture window giving natural light to the hallway and a tiled floor which continues into the dining room with open plan kitchen. The Kitchen is that of a traditional farmhouse with a range of wooden base units. A door from the kitchen leads out onto the terraced area in the garden. Off the dining room is the sun room with stone flooring and three Velux roof windows to create a light and airy reception room ideal for entertaining. The sitting room has window to the front and side aspect, an open fire and cornice to ceiling. The drawing room has windows to the front aspect and a wood burning stove. The Playroom has views to the rear garden. Guest cloakroom and store cupboard complete the ground floor accommodation. A solid oak staircase ascends to the first floor upon which is the master bedroom with far reaching views and an en-suite bathroom. Bedroom two and three are both double bedrooms with windows onto the front aspect. Bedroom four is also a double bedroom with views to the rear. Study/bedroom five. The family bathroom has an attractive raised corner bath.
Wasperton is a small, no through hamlet nestled within delightful South Warwickshire countryside. It is situated close to the popular riverside village of Barford which offers excellent village amenities including, church, community shop, two public houses, primary school and country house hotel. More extensive amenities can be found at Wellesbourne. The historic market towns of Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon lie within approximately 4 and 7 miles. Junction 15 of the M40 and Warwick Parkway rail station provide excellent commuter links.
The property is approached via a gated tarmacadam driveway with a detached double garage. The garden is framed by a metal railing with brick pillars and is mostly laid to lawn. A door lead out from the kitchen to the terrace and there is an attractive well which in the summer doubles up as a table for the family to sit around.
Local Authority – Stratford-upon-Avon District Council 01789 267575
Council Tax – Band D
Services: Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Gas central heating. Private drainage
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.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment only with Hamptons International
Master bedroom with en-suite
Three further double bedrooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate