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The Lodge is a period Grade II listed house with a striking late neo classical frontage with the original columns, beyond the historic frontage the property has been significantly extended to create not only a much larger house, but also a detached fully self-contained annexe.
Reception Hall with an Oak floor opening into the Dining Room with French windows providing access to the garden. Drawing Room with windows to three sides and a wood burning stove, door through to the Kitchen; situated in the oldest part of the house with feature wood burning stove and flagged floors, the Kitchen is divided into two sections with fully fitted units complemented by granite worksurfaces, door to the garden and a staircase providing access to a double Bedroom and Bathroom, both with barrelled ceilings. Below the Kitchen is a Cellar which houses the central heating boiler; whilst within the undercroft are the laundry and storage cupboards.
Accessed from the Hall is the Main Bedroom with views over the garden, Dressing Room and En-Suite Bathroom. A further two bedrooms one with En-Suite Shower Room and one with Jack and Jill cloakroom, returning back to the Hall.
Annexe: detached from the main house is the fully self-contained Annexe with a fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room having an open aspect to the Sitting Room which is built in a Garden Room style with wrap around windows and glass roof. Beyond these rooms are a Study, Bathroom and double Bedroom. From the Annexe there are delightful views over the garden and adjacent Parkland.
Although in a rural location, the shop at Wootton Wawen is only 1.5 miles away, and Stratford-upon-Avon town centre 6 miles, Henley –in-Arden 5.5 miles. For the commuter, Warwick Parkway Station is ten minutes drive, Stratford Parkway Station six minutes, both giving a good link to Marylebone London.
The property sits on the edge of the Edstone Parkland offering a superb rural outlook. To the rear of the house immediately adjacent to the Dining Room is a large decked area, providing a perfect entertaining area. The garden is a significant size and is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees to the boundaries. There is a Summer House to one corner and a further patio to the rear of the Annexe. To the front of the house and Annexe is a block paved drive this also runs down the side of the house providing plenty of parking.
Services: We have been advised that mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Central Heating is provided by two oil-fired boilers. Drainage is to a private sewerage treatment plant.
Council Tax: Band E
Tenure: Freehold and offered with vacant possession.
EPC Rating: Exempt
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those mentioned in this brochure are included as part of the sale.
Viewing: Via our Hamptons International Stratford-upon-Avon Office 01789 200900.
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