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The Grange is a fine 16th Century house, the earliest part of which is thought to date back to circa 1590 and is Listed Grade II being recognised as of special historical interest. Remodelled during the Georgian and Victorian periods the property retains many period features including inglenook and stone fireplaces, flagstone floors, exposed stonework and timbers; large sash windows ensure that good levels of natural light floods in. Over recent years the property has been the subject of sympathetic refurbishment and now offers the benefit of contemporary features combined with immense charm and character.
In addition to the main house a particular feature of the property is the attached stone wing which is thought to date back to around 1640; this wing has had varied use over the years including that of a school room and most latterly as offices. Subject to the necessary consents this offers an ideal opportunity to provide two storey ancillary accommodation or would equally serve well as a additional family accommodation, gym, cinema room etc.
The village of Long Marston is set amidst delightful open countryside, with a Church, popular local Inn and community shop/ post office; there is a wider range of amenities and and excellent primary school in nearby Welford-on-Avon. A little over 5 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon and 6 miles from Chipping Campden, communications are excellent for Warwick/ Leamington Spa, Banbury, Evesham, Worcester and Birmingham City Centre. Junction 15 of the M40 motorway and Honeybourne railway station or Warwick Parkway are both readily available with regular services to London Paddington.
Gated entrance through a small spinney of mature Horse Chestnut trees underplanted with woodland plants. Large wildlife pond and drive flanked by lawn to a parking and turning area. This continues to the rear where there is further parking and access to a timber car port/garage. The gardens to both front and rear benefit from a sunny aspect and are a particular feature with colour and texture in mind. There are many specimen trees and shrubs and a number of productive fruit trees at the rear including apple, pear, plum and quince together with stocked beds and borders. Adjoining the rear of the house is a courtyard area with gardeners WC.
Mains water, drains and electricity connected, oil fired central heating with separate boiler serving the barn annex. Rated band H for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £3215.70 for 2016/17.
Substantial attached wing
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