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This detached property dates back to the early 1960’s with modern improvements, built of brick under a tiled roof the house sits on a generous plot of 0.4 acres. The rooms have an excellent arrangement from the hall with, feature window to the front and galleried landing above. There is parquet flooring to the drawing room, dining room as well as the hall. A door to the drawing room with York stone fireplace housing a coal effect gas fire. This dual aspect room has French windows to the rear opening out onto the garden. Double doors open through to the dining room with window to the garden. A well fitted kitchen with a central island and views to the garden leads onto the utility room which hosts the warm air central heating boiler and door to access side and garage. Both kitchen and utility room are well-fitted with InToto units and Amtico flooring. Also accessed from the hall are a sitting room and cloakroom both with windows to the front. The master bedroom with en-suite bathroom has a fitted bath and separate shower and fitted cupboards. Four further double bedrooms and family bathroom with fitted solid maple cabinets and bath and separate shower. Outside there is a detached double garage with automated up and over cedar wood door. The property has tremendous scope for further expansion and improvement.
Shottery is a small village on the west side of Stratford-upon-Avon and retains a village feel. It is the home of Anne Hathaway’s cottage, William Shakespeare’s wife, and is a popular tourist attraction. The village has a primary school and is home to the Shottery Girl’s Grammar School. The renowned King Edward VI grammar school for boys is a 15 minutes walk. There are churches of C of E, Catholic and Methodist denominations. The Bell Inn is in the centre of the village and is a popular venue for locals providing good food.
Stratford-upon-Avon – 0.5 miles
Evesham – 15 miles
Solihull Town Centre – 25 miles
Birmingham International Airport – 30 miles
Warwick Parkway Train Station – 11 miles (Trains to London Marylebone 115 mins)
(All distances and times are approximate)
A curved Blue Lias stone wall with pillars marks the entrance on to the large tarmacadam driveway which in turn leads to the detached double garage. There is a mature hedge to the roadside and lawns also to the front. To the rear of the property there is a paved terrace running the full width of the property, with a south west aspect this provides the perfect location for entertaining. Beyond this are shaped herbaceous borders which are extremely well stocked. The garden runs the full width of the house and is mainly laid to lawn with mixed borders and mature trees. A large garden shed is positioned to the side.
Stratford on Avon District Council (01789 267 575)
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Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.
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.
0.39 acres of garden
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