Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
A Cotswold stone family house forming part of an exclusive development of just 4 properties on the edge of the village, positioned to make the most of the lovely countryside views. The property was, built about 20 years ago by award winning local builders Johnson & Johnson using reclaimed materials. Constructed of Cotswold stone under a pitched tiled roof with stone mullion windows with drip mouldings. Internal features include flagstone reception hall, sitting room with boarded floor and square bay window to the front, drawing room with stone built fireplace and French windows to access the garden, dining room with exposed beams and window to the rear, Kitchen/Breakfast room with an Aga and French windows to the rear, access to the utility room and garage beyond. The first floor has a large landing off which all the bedrooms are positioned with each one having a window to the rear to make the most of the views, Master bedroom with en-suite Travertine tiled bathroom, Guest bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The attic is fully boarded with an easy access drop down ladder; this space is used for a gym/games area.
Newbold on Stour is a pleasant south Warwickshire village with its own local amenities including a shop, infant school, the well renowned White Hart public house and a church. Junior and infant schools are available in nearby Ilmington or Tredington. Stratford–upon-Avon is renowned as the region’s cultural centre and is the home of the Royal Shakespeare Company. The town has a wide variety of shopping and leisure facilities. There are many quality restaurants, public houses and dining pubs all with excellent reputations. The town also has a racecourse and two golf courses. Warwick and Leamington are also nearby and provide further facilities and schooling. There are state, private and grammar schools in the area to suit most requirements. The M40, junction 15, is seven miles away and provides access to Birmingham to the North, London to the south and the National Motorway Network.
Stratford-upon-Avon – 6 miles Banbury- 17 miles Birmingham International Airport – 29 miles Warwick Parkway Train Station – 14 miles (Trains to London Marylebone 115 mins) (All distances and times are approximate)
The gravel drive leads to a parking area in front of the property and provides access to the double garage. To the rear is a paved terrace from which you enjoy the country views, the lawn wraps around two sides of the house with a mature boundary and fruit trees, a post and rail fence abuts the neighbouring paddock after which the country fields drop down into a small valley providing beautiful distant views.
Postcode – CV37 8TY
Services – All mains services are connected to the property
Local Authority – Stratford on Avon District Council – 01789 260 990
Council Tax Band – Band G
Fixtures and Fittings – Only those items mentioned in the particulars are included in the sale. All other items are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.
Tenure – Freehold
EPC Rating - C
Viewing – by appointment with sole agents Hamptons International 01789 200900
Master bedroom suite
Guest bedroom suite
Three further bedrooms
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