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A handsome period house of rare architectural quality and beautifully presented family accommodation. In addition to the wonderful principal house, the property comprises formal gardens, woodland and productive pastureland.
Grade II Listed, the property dates from around 1700. The property was described in a 1946 edition of Country Life as ‘distinguished architecturally, standing back at this corner of the Green, a late Stuart house with hipped roofs and dormers, and its windows have kept the cross bars that preceded the introduction of sashes. Stone steps lead up to its front door, which is set under an arched hood. Inside there is a contemporary oak staircase.’ The property originally formed part of the Holbech Family’s Farnborough Hall Estate.
The property provides elegant and spacious accommodation over three floors together with a basement and has abundant original period features throughout. The property has been sympathetically and painstakingly restored by the current owners making it a very special and desirable family home.
Warmington is an attractive Conservation village situated between Banbury, Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick. It is a quintessential English village, with mainly stone and thatch cottages, a duck pond, traditional pub and Norman church. It sits within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the lee of historic Edge Hill.
The National Trust properties of Upton House and Farnborough Hall are close by as is Compton House and Art Gallery. Nearby Banbury gives access to the M40 (J11) motorway, and trains to London Marylebone (approx. 53 mins).
There are a range of state and independent schools in the area, including Shenington and Avon Dasset Primary Schools, Bloxham Public School, Tudor Hall School for Girls, Warwick Boys School and Kings High School for Girls. The property is easily accessible for Jaguar Land Rover at Gaydon (J12 M40) and Soho Farmhouse at Great Tew.
Approached from the village green, the property is appraoched via a driveway shared with adjoining properties. The landscaped and well kept formal gardens are beautifully designed with mature flower beds, specimen trees, orchard and vegetable garden. A large entertaining terrace provides the perfect place to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. The property also benefits from an oak framed open fronted double garage and enclosed store.
The property enjoys an outlook to the rear across is own land which inclides paddocks with an additional access from Soot Lane. The land rises to the historic Warmington Wood with a wealth of mature trees on the edge of the Edgehill escarpment and spectacular panoramic views over surrounding countryside.
The land is well maintained and is generally stockproof making it ideal for equestrian or grazing purposes. There is also a separate access via Soot Lane.
Basis Payment Scheme entitlements are claimed and included within the sale. They would be transferred upon completion with an indemnity to protect the vendor from any breaches in cross compliance for purchases within the scheme year. The land is also contained within a Higher-Level Stewardship Scheme. This will also be transferred upon completion.
The sporting, mineral and timber rights, so far as they are owned, are included within the freehold sale.
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. The property is not affected by any public footpaths or bridleways. There are vehicular private rights of way through the courtyard for the benefit of the adjoining properties only.
4 Reception Rooms
Master Bedroom Suite with Dressing Room
5 Further Bedrooms
4 Additional Bathrooms
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