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This is one of our Country Houses
Grove Farm House has the appearance of being a traditional Georgian Farm House yet it has the infrastructure of a much more modern home having been subject to a programme of
complete remodelling including extensions by the current owners. The very well appointed accommodation comprises in brief as follows:- Reception hall with flagged floor off which is the music room with a window to the front aspect offering delightful views over the neighbouring field. Drawing room with Oak flooring, exposed beamed ceiling, windows to the front and open fire. Double doors opening through to the library with fitted bookcases and cupboards. An inner hall with tall pine cupboards and door to the beautiful kitchen/ breakfast room with an oak floor and elegant handcrafted kitchen with contrasting granite work surfaces and a cream four oven Aga with central island unit having a breakfast bar,
walk-in pantry cupboard. Open aspect to the dining room with a vaulted ceiling having an exposed truss and French windows on
two sides, opening directly onto the garden with roof lights flooding the kitchen with natural light. Open arch through to the sitting room with the oak floor continuing through. French windows with
glazing to either side providing an uninterrupted view of the garden. Open fireplace and again having vaulted ceiling and exposed truss. WC with Fired Earth fitments. Single chamber cellar, rear hall through to the utility room with a comprehensive range of fitted cupboards and secondary appliances including refrigerator
and dishwasher. Belfast sink with wooden work surface, WC. Half glazed door through to the entertainment room, which has a full double height ceiling and surround sound cinema speakers, mezzanine level through to a bedroom with an en-suite shower room (bedroom five). This wing of the house is ideal to be used as a self contained annexe. First floor bedroom accommodation: Bedroom two with exposed
ceiling timbers and windows to the side aspect, fitted cupboards and en-suite shower room. Bedroom three with windows to two
aspects, traditional fireplace, fitted cupboards and en-suite shower room. Bedroom four with a lovely wide window with views over the surrounding countryside. Generous family bathroom with
freestanding bath, Stairs off the landing continue to the second floor which has been dedicated as a master suite with a spacious bedroom complete with an en-suite shower room and dressing
room. The master bedroom has a full height ceiling and windows to the rear and side. Glorious views over the garden to the paddock and countryside beyond to the courtyard of traditional farm buildings. Exposed ceiling timbers and ball and claw roll top bath. En-suite shower room with his and hers sinks and shower. The bathrooms are all well-fitted in a modern elegant style with Fired Earth fitments.
Ashow is a small village betwixt Leamington Spa and Kenilworth, surrounded by open country fields and woodland which was formally part of the Stoneleigh Abbey Estate. The property itself is
situated in a conservation area on a no through lane on the eastern side of the village, offering a superb outlook over the surrounding countryside to the front and rear. Amenities, shopping and
leisure facilities can be found at Warwick, Leamington Spa, Kenilworth and Stratford-upon-Avon, which is the home of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and forms the region’s cultural
centre. The property is ideally located for the commuter with Coventry and Warwick Parkway Stations located approximately five and four miles away respectively. Journey times to London
Euston and London Marylebone are 59 minutes and 90 minutes respectively and the M40 (J15) 7 miles away, providing access to Birmingham to the north and London to the south. The area
boasts a wide range of state, grammar and private schools to suit most requirements including Warwick prep school, Warwick Boys and Kings High school for girls. Racecourses can be found at
Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon, whilst Cheltenham, the home of National Hunt racing is about an hour away.
A courtyard of traditional stables and barns constructed in brick construction under a tiled roof. Two single garages with timber doors, three stables which are currently used as garden
stores with traditional stable doors to the front. To the rear of the stables are the old pig sties. To the rear of the house is extensive flagged terracing with superb, mature raised beds with an abundance of planting including lavender and roses, a raised terrace makes the ideal entertaining area with traditional outdoor fireplace. The landscaped terraces have further seating areas ideal to capture the full views of the garden, which is a particular feature of the property with a
large expanse of lawn ideal for a family, to the side of the lawn is a well laid out kitchen garden with traditional timber framed glasshouse. At the foot of the garden is a post and rail fence with
double five bar gates opening into the paddock, this can also be accessed by a separate track which runs to the rear of the garage barn.
Services: Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Oil fired 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.
Local Authority: Warwick District Council
Council Tax Band: Band H
Viewing: By prior appointment with sole agent Hamptons International (01789 200900)
Kitchen/breakfast room Entertainment Room
Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite. Four further bedrooms
Five bath/shower rooms (four en-suite)
Traditional brick garages
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