Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
Friz Hill House is a large period property with parts dating back to 1632 as per the date stone over the rear door, the front section of the house was added more recently during the late Edwardian period. The house offers well-proportioned rooms with tall ceilings, the front door opens into a superb hall off which to the front are two formal reception rooms, further down the wide hall is a grand staircase which is delight as it rises up to the first floor. Running along the south side of the house is the dining room, breakfast room and the well fitted Aga kitchen from which a door opens into the old stable yard. From the rear hall is the butlers’ pantry and utility. A conservatory is situated off the main hall, from which you have views across the side lawn to the wood. To the first floor are five double bedrooms, the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom is positioned to the front of the house with far reaching views over the Warwickshire countryside. Bedroom two dual aspect room again with glorious views and with an en-suite bathroom. Bedroom three, four, five and a family bathroom as well as two good size attic rooms with dormer windows.
Friz Hill House is situated between the villages of Kineton and Wellesbourne, the latter with local amenities that include a Sainsbury’s superstore, GP’s surgery, post office and bank. Nearby the historic towns of Warwick, Leamington Spa and Stratford-upon-Avon offer a choice of excellent schools, wide range of shopping and cultural attractions. Main line railway services are available at Banbury, Leamington Spa, Warwick Parkway and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Wellesbourne – 2 miles
Kineton – 3 miles
Stratford-upon-Avon – 8 miles
Warwick – 9 miles
Leamington Spa – 9 miles
Banbury – 14 miles
M40 Motorway (Junction 12) - 6 miles
(all distances and times are approximate)
The gardens are a particular feature of the property with a large range of lawns to the front from which you enjoy glorious views running down across woodland to the Warwickshire landscape beyond toward Stratford-upon-Avon, the two tiered lawns run down to the estate fencing which abuts open fields. To the south side of the front lawn is a tennis court with a small shelter of trees. To the side of the house is a further lawn which abuts the conservatory, running along the edge of this lawn is a small coppice.
In the stable yard are a long range of old timber stables, adjacent to the house is the old tack rooms and stores with original Dovecote above. On the opposing side of the yard are further outbuildings which include a former barn with a pair of stables and a double garage. All of these buildings offer superb scope for development subject to the necessary consent.
Stratford-on-Avon District Council (01789 267 575)
Council Tax Band
Mains electricity and water are connected. Oil fired central heating and septic tank drainage system.
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.
Five reception rooms
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