4 bedroom detached house for saleDarlingscott, Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire, CV36
Guide Price £895,000
- Substantial stone barn conversion
- 3 reception rooms
- 4 bedrooms (2 en suite)
- 2 bed annexe
- Farm buildings with potential
- Paddock (over 1 acre)
- About 1.75 acres
The pretty hamlet of Darlingscott is situated close to the northern edge of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the borders of South Warwickshire and the North Cotswolds. Ilmington, just two miles distant, boasts a community village shop & cafe, primary school, church, a large recreational ground, tennis courts and two village inns including The Howard Arms noted for its cuisine. Darlingscott is within easy access of the historical market towns of Chipping Campden and Shipston-on-Stour, both of which featured in a recent Sunday Times' list of Top Towns to Live In and offer a wide range of everyday shops and amenities.
The larger centres of Stratford-Upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Oxford are all within an hour's drive and offer a more extensive choice of shopping and cultural facilities and an excellent choice of state, private and grammar schools.
There are regular train services to Paddington from Moreton-in-Marsh which is only 8 miles away or Marylebone from Banbury or Warwick. The motorway network is easily accessible via the M40 J15 (16 miles).
The surrounding countryside offers a variety of walking and riding opportunities. There are renowned gardens which are open to the public nearby including the world famous Hidcote Manor Gardens. There are theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Oxford. In particular Stratford-upon-Avon offers the world renowned Royal Shakespeare Company.
Golf courses at Brailes, Tadmarton and Stratford-upon-Avon together with National Hunt Racing at Warwick, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon and hunting with the South Warwickshire and North Cotswold Hunts.
The property is built of locally quarried stone with numerous leaded light mullion windows beneath a Welsh slate roof. The property enjoys a tucked away setting in the village Conservation Area and is curtilage Listed Grade II. The property was sympathetically converted in the early 1990s to create light and airy accommodation combined with traditional features including exposed oak timbers and a stone inglenook fireplace. A particular feature of the property is the original substantial barn opening which is now fully glazed and allows light to flood into the dining room and first floor landing. The spacious accommodation includes three well-proportioned reception rooms. The sitting room has a stone inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and a door leads into the family room which has a partly vaulted ceiling, substantial store room and French doors opening out to the courtyard. The dining room has a seasoned solid wood floor and again French doors which open out onto the courtyard to the rear. The kitchen is located at the heart of the house and has a range of units and drawers and an oil fired, green enameled two oven Aga and opens into the breakfast room. The kitchen leads to a rear lobby with access to the utility, cloakroom and double garage.
A staircase rises from the dining room to the first floor galleried landing which is particularly spacious and could accommodate a study or further sitting area with views over the garden to the front of the property. Accessed from the landing are two generous bedroom suites, both with en suite shower rooms and large walk in wardrobes. There are two further bedrooms, a family bathroom, a good sized walk in housekeeper's cupboard and airing cupboard.
The annexe adjoins the main living accommodation and is located directly above the garaging being accessed via a separate staircase. The annexe is built in a similar style to the main house with attractive red brick relief and timber casement windows. Again the accommodation is spacious and offers a very well-proportioned sitting room, a galley kitchen, two bedrooms, both with a fitted wardrobe, and a well-appointed bathroom.
The general setting of the property is delightful with established gardens and grounds. To the front of the property is an area of lawn dotted with specimen trees, a herbaceous border and decorative stone wall. To the rear of the property is a south west facing, hard landscaped walled courtyard garden which is ideal for outside dining. A driveway leads to the garaging and parking whilst a secondary driveway leads to a useful fenced paddock extending to over an acre with mature fruit trees and countryside views.
Situated between the paddock and the property is a pair of modern concrete and steel framed disused agricultural barns with potential for improvement or conversion to a number of uses (subject to planning). The barns are set out around a small concrete yard.
The property is curtilage Listed Grade II.
From Stratford-upon-Avon proceed in a southerly direction along the Shipston Road. Proceed along the A429 towards Moreton-in-Marsh. After two miles take the right turn to Darlingscott. Continue into the village and follow the road round to the left. The drive to Camperdown Farm will be found on the right hand side and can be identified by a Savills for sale board.
More information from this agent
To view this media, please visit the on-line version of this page at www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-44204256.html
Map & Street View
Street View is unavailable in this location
Disclaimer - Property reference SWG160013. The information displayed about this property comprises a property advertisement. Rightmove.co.uk makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the advertisement or any linked or associated information, and Rightmove has no control over the content. This property advertisement does not constitute property particulars. The information is provided and maintained by Savills, Stow-On-The-Wold. Please contact the selling agent or developer directly to obtain any information which may be available under the terms of The Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 or the Home Report if in relation to a residential property in Scotland.
Map data ©OpenStreetMap contributors.