3 bedroom detached house for sale

Warmington, Warwickshire

Guide Price £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance Hall
  • Sitting Room
  • Kitchen/Walk in Pantry
  • Dining Room
  • Master Bedroom
  • Family Bathroom/Separate WC
  • Double Bedroom
  • Double Bedroom with en suite shower room, plus study/dressing room
  • Off street parking for two cars
  • Stone Built Outbuilding/Part Walled Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

What we believe makes this property unique:

•Believed to date back to the early 20th century, this delightful Hornton stone property contradicts the notions of a country cottage as the rooms are filled with light, wonderful high ceilings and a number of features more usually associated with the Victorian era. This truly is a tranquil home, with the most charming gardens and the rare commodity with period properties - off street parking!

•From entering the pretty hallway it is easy to see why this has not come to the market for nearly 20 years. With stripped pine doors, picture rails and pretty Victorian style fireplaces - this is a welcoming and stylish family home.

•There have been extensive updates throughout the property, including the extension of the master bedroom and sitting room but there still remains the potential to add your own mark.

•The large sitting room offers a relaxing space for entertaining with an open fire, high ceilings and dual aspect, alternatively just curl up in front of the fire on those cold winter nights.

•The kitchen has shaker style units and spaces for the usual appliances. It looks out onto the beautiful cottage garden and has great potential to create a large kitchen/family room by opening up into the dining room, or indeed extending to the rear (subject to planning permissions). The original fireplace would be the obvious solution for those craving the ultimate country dream of an Aga, or Rayburn, as this currently houses the boiler - so the vents and flues are already there.

•The dining room has a stylish range/bread oven, and although the chimney no longer exists this does make a lovely feature - despite being non-operational!

•The master bedroom, above the sitting room, is dual aspect, light and spacious. With a fabulous window on the landing and ample storage throughout. This is certainly not a cottage that feels cramped or small. The bathroom is definitely larger than most families need and although the owners didn't want a shower - the plumbing is all there to simply add a walk-in shower if required. The traditional airing cupboard with shelves for all of your linen, sits in the corner and there is ample space if you are drooling over Interior magazines offering roll top baths and decadent bathrooms.

•The second bedroom on this floor is a comfortable double, and with the WC adjacent, it doesn't take much imagination to consider adding an en-suite shower room to the second bedroom, if you prefer individual bathrooms.

•With cottage stairs rising to the attic, you emerge into a gloriously light and spacious landing which could be your study, dressing room, or indeed teenager's TV/study zone. With a double bedroom and en-suite shower, the options for who gets the top floor may be a moot point.

•Within the garden, there is a large part-stone built stable which is currently used for storage. However, with power connected and water adjacent to the stable, this could have enormous potential as a small self-contained guest annexe, a home office, or indeed you could (subject to the planning consents) consider linking this with the house, to create an enormous area with the flexibility, according to whatever your lifestyle demands.

•With a stone wall along the roadside boundary, this quintessential cottage has off-street parking to one side and to the rear, there are the most fabulous cottage gardens, with lawns interspersed with pretty borders and a terrace with a pergola, supporting rambling roses and offering a little shade outside the kitchen door for morning coffee.

•As you will see, this pretty home offers the opportunity to just move in and enjoy, or for those inspired by Grand Designs, a cottage style property that simply, could be more!




Warmington
Warmington is an excellent representation of the quintessential English conservation village, with a blend of period properties and recent additions, sitting around the village green and duck pond. The village has a parish church and The Plough public house, as well as a local farm shop. The National Herb Centre is located just on the outskirts of the village. The M40 is approximately 5 miles away, and provides easy access to London and Birmingham. Banbury, 5 miles away, offers a direct line to London Marylebone in 55 minutes and a range of retail therapy shops and sporting facilities. Leamington Spa, Warwick (16 miles) and Stratford (20 miles) are all thriving towns offering a range of cultural opportunities, including the famous RSC at Stratford (Distances and times are approximate)

Directions - OX17 1DE
From Banbury take the B4100 signed to Warmington. After approximately 5 miles, as the road becomes dual carriageway, take the right turn into Warmington and proceed down the hill. Just after the village pub and before the pond, take the left turn into Chapel Street. At the next T- junction turn right into School Lane where Holly Bush House can be found, after a short distance, on the right hand side.

Things you need to know.

•Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected, oil central heating system. Council Tax Band E (Stratford-on-Avon District Council).

•All items of fixtures and fittings mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale, all others are specifically excluded.

•Accompanied viewings by appointment only.



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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 August 2016

Nearest station

  • Banbury (5.6 mi)
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Victoria Jeffs Estate Agents, Stratford-Upon-Avon

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Victoria Jeffs Estate Agents, Stratford-Upon-Avon

35-36 Guild Street, Stratford-Upon-Avon, CV37 6QY

01789 293000 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Banbury (5.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Victoria Jeffs Estate Agents, Stratford-Upon-Avon

35-36 Guild Street, Stratford-Upon-Avon, CV37 6QY

01789 293000 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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