Church Cottage was almost totally rebuilt in 2002 and boasts many lovely features throughout including flag stone floors, oak timber flooring, exposed brickwork and decorative period style radiators. The house was originally three cottages situated close to the church, the accommodation now is well laid out and very practical for today’s modern living. Situated in a unique and private location, with a few neighbouring properties, offering lovely views from every orientation yet only a short walk to the centre of the village.
The current vendors have sympathetically improved and modernised this beautiful home to create both a family friendly yet characterful living environment.
The cottage boasts three large reception rooms plus kitchen/breakfast room with a natural flow for entertaining. The first floor benefits from four double size bedrooms, three with ensuite and a study that could easily be converted to a fifth bedroom. This versatile property also includes a one acre paddock, 0.3 acre formal gardens with three entertaining areas. The double garage includes a gymnasium and first floor therapy room/office space including it's own entrance.
The property comprises in brief: Entrance Hall, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility, Downstairs W/C, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Four Superb Double Bedrooms inc three with En-Suite, Study, Family Bathroom, Landscaped Lawns including three terraces, Secure Driveway with multiple parking, Garage, Studio and Paddock.
Wixford is a charming small South Warwickshire village, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village itself enjoys two local inns and a fine 12th Century church, St Milburga's, a beautiful historic building.
The village sits astride the River Arrow and set amidst attractive open countryside, less than 3 miles from Alcester and 2 miles from Bidford on Avon, both offering excellent local amenties. The village also benefits from access to multiple footpaths and bridleways including the Heart of England Way.
The historic market town of Stratford-upon-Avon is less than 8 miles away and provides fine shopping, cultural, sporting and recreational facilities including the Royal Shakespeare Theatres, Shakespeare’s birthplace and National Hunt Race Course.
The village lies within easy reach of other centres including Broadway and the North Cotswold Hills, Evesham, Worcester, Birmingham and Warwick/Leamington Spa, whilst there are main line train services to London from Honeybourne Station (about 15 minutes drive).
Outside there are three terrace areas, perfect for outdoor entertaining at any time of the day. A short flight of steps leads to the upper garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a range of trees and shrubs in the borders.
A pretty brick and timber gazebo is at the top taking best advantage of the surrounding views.
A separate paddock adjoins the garden with access through a five bar gate, it is surrounded by post and rail fencing.
Services - Mains electricity, water and drainage are understood to be connected. Oil fired central heating.
Viewing - By Appointment only via Hamptons International.
Fixtures and Fittings - All items of fixtures and fittings mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale, all others are specifically excluded.
Local Authority - Stratford on Avon District Council
Council Tax - Band E