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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Norton Grange, Little Kineton, Warwick

Guide Price £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Secluded location on the edge of a thriving village
  • Substantial modern property with character features
  • Spacious and flexible accommodation
  • Very private south-west facing garden
  • Garage and off road parking

Full description

A spacious and well designed 5 bedroom detached family home set in a private walled garden in the grounds of a former mansion house.

Little Kineton - Kineton is a pretty and historically interesting village in south-east Warwickshire, approximately ten miles from Stratford upon Avon, Warwick, and Banbury and conveniently located for Gaydon and the major road networks linked to the M40.
Recorded in the Domesday Book, and having a beautiful 13th century church, Kineton also played a key role in the Civil War, being close to the major battle of Edgehill. Kineton has its own primary and secondary schools serving the local area and is also within the catchment area for the local grammar schools. The village has its own general stores, post office, bank, independent butchers, and two popular inns.

Norton Grange - This beautifully situated and secluded development comprises a selection of well established family homes built around the original Grange. The area is well maintained and boasts an additional two acres of amenity land available for residents' use, in addition to the many attractive walks through and around the village itself.

Appletrees - Appletrees has some unique features and is a one-off property. One of the larger properties in the development, this is a spacious family home set in a good sized plot with well established gardens to the front and rear and parking for a number of cars to the front. The property has some beautiful character features and benefits from double glazing which was refitted in 2010 and oil fired central heating throughout. A burglar alarm has been installed recently and there is wiring for CCTV surveillance if required.

The front door opens into the large entrance hall, where the staircase and galleried landing above introduce a sense of space and light and create a real 'wow' factor. There is a feature round window to the front, an arched window over the stairs and tiled flooring. In addition to the neat cloakroom there is a cloaks cupboard and a small understairs cupboard for general storage.

Double doors open from the hallway into the good sized living room; a splendid brick fireplace with tiled hearth and beam above houses the multifuel burning stove and provides a welcoming focal point. There are large windows to either side of the reclaimed Leamington Brick fireplace and double glazed doors to the Anglian conservatory which was built by approximately ten years ago. Patio doors give access out to the very private rear garden.

Another set of double doors open from the hallway into the well proportioned dining room - an excellent space for entertaining, with a large window overlooking the rear garden.

There is a large study/reception room to the front of the house with dual aspect windows overlooking the driveway and front garden.

The kitchen was completely refitted approximately five years ago with porcelain stone effect tiled floor, painted oak, shaker-style units and oak worktops, with inset Franke butler single drainer sink. The integrated NEFF units include double oven, LPG gas hob with extractor hood, dishwasher and fridge. A timber beam and brick pillars frame the adjoining dining area with window to the rear garden.

The separate utility room has space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, space for a large fridge/freezer, and a range of fitted units incorporating a single stainless steel sink unit. This room also houses the oil fired central heating boiler, and there is an external door accessing the rear garden.

To the first floor are four good sized double bedrooms and a fifth, smaller room which is currently used as a single bedroom.

The spacious master bedroom overlooks the rear garden and benefits from fitted wardrobes along one wall. The 'Jack and Jill' en-suite shower room, which is shared with the small single bedroom adjoining, has wc, wash hand basin and large shower cubicle.

There are two further bedrooms to the rear of the property, both with ample space for double beds and both having built-in wardrobes and shelving. Another large double room is located to the front of the house, overlooking the driveway and the quiet, leafy environs beyond.

Outside - At the front of the property is a detached double garage with electric roller door. There is ample parking space for a number of cars, and an attractive lawned area with shrubs and border.

The south-west facing rear garden is well established with shrubs and trees, including greengage, plum, eating and bramley apples. There is a large patio adjoining the conservatory, a well kept, level lawn, a small feature pond and a screened area to the rear which has previously been used as a children's play area.

General Information -

Services - Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. No tests have been undertaken to the service installations. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries and investigations before finalising their offer to purchase. Oil fired central heating is installed. There is a service charge, currently £250 per annum, to cover the management and maintenance of communal areas within the development.

Tenure - We understand that the property is for sale Freehold

Fixtures And Fittings - All items mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale price, all others are expressly excluded.

Council Tax - We understand that the property has been placed in band G with Stratford upon Avon District Council.

Energy Performance Certificate - The Energy Efficiency Rating for this property is currently Band D. A full copy of the EPC Report is available on request.

Location And Viewings - From the centre of Kineton follow the Tysoe/Butlers Marston road into Little Kineton. Turn right into Norton Grange; pass the main Grange building and a cul-de-sac on the left, and the driveway to Appletrees is the next turning on the left. Post code CV35 0DP.

Viewings strictly by appointment with the Agents.

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Listing History

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21 June 2016


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