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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Birmingham Road, Pathlow, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37

Guide Price £550,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Originally A Cottage Dating From 1890. This Superb Family Home Offers Modern Touches With Original Features.

Having A Good Sized, Enclosed Garden And Beautiful Rural Views. Four Bedrooms, Two Bath / Shower Rooms, Open Plan Kitchen / Family / Orangery, Open Plan Dining / Lounge, Study. Double Garage, Outbuildings And Ample Off Road Parking. EPC = E, 1787 Sq. Ft.

Situation: The property occupies a delightful spot within the hamlet of Pathlow which lies betwixt Stratford-upon-Avon and Henley-in-Arden set in fine Warwickshire countryside. One miles away is the popular village of Wilmcote which has a train station which provide links to Birmingham, Stratford and London. The popular and historic market town of Henley-in-Arden is 5 miles away and provides everything that can be expected from a historic market town. For more extensive social, cultural and retail amenities the ever popular riverside town of Stratford-upon-Avon is only 4 miles away. The centre of Birmingham is approximately 24 miles. This property is ideally situated for anyone who may need to commute between Birmingham or London and has easy access onto the M40 motorway providing easy transport links across the motorway and road network. Birmingham Airport is 20 miles away and has both domestic and international air travel. The area has a wealth of wonderful schools in both the private and public sectors and all within easy reach of this property.

Description: Believed to date back to 1890, this beautifully presented period cottage offers a delightful mix of original features with more modern yet complimentary touches. The rooms have been well thought out to offer open plan accommodation which can be flexible for multiple uses and functions. A key feature is the orangery to the front of the kitchen which doubles as a breakfast room and bathes the room with an abundance of natural light. The property is complimented by an enclosed and well maintained garden which boasts mature fruit trees and an elevated view across fine Warwickshire countryside. Completing the outside space is a useful double garage and outbuildings.

Approach. A large gravelled driveway with five bar gate provides parking for several vehicles

Entrance Hall. A beautiful Oak stable entrance door set in an Oak framed porch, French solid oak flooring, doors leading to the guest cloakroom and lounge, staircase leading to the first floor landing, radiator and double glazed window to the front.

Living/Dining Room. This open plan space has dedicated living and dining areas and are complimented with matching oak flooring. The room is bathed with natural light owing to the two bay windows. The focal point to the living room is a multi-fuel burner with bespoke storage and shelving either side of the chimney stack. There is further built in storage with a cupboard a cloaks cupboard also housing oil fired boiler in the dining area. Double doors through to the kitchen and an opening to the study.

Kitchen/Family Room. A superb room with a family seating area and sliding patio doors to the decking and rear garden, a good range of solid oak fitted base units and wall mounted cabinets, gas range cooker with exposed brick surround, one and a half bowl ceramic sink with single drainer, built in dishwasher and provision for an upright larder fridge/freezer and tiled flooring with zoned underfloor heating. The kitchen is open plan to the Orangery.

Orangery. A perfect room to enjoy breakfast or a family meal, being of double glazed wooden construction, with continuation of the kitchen tiles and two sets of French doors accessing the rear gardens and patio area.

Downstairs Cloakroom. With wash hand basin, low level W.C., double glazed window and heated towel rail.

Study. Leading from the lounge with continuation of the oak flooring, doors leading to storage cupboard, second staircase and bedroom four. With two windows into the family room.

Bedroom Four. Leading off the study with exposed beams, window overlooking the rear gardens, door leading to rear lobby and shower room. The room was the original kitchen to the property and the original Rayburn stove has been retained, albeit currently disconnected from fuel. The room has a Stable door to the decking area of the rear garden and as such has the potential for a separate annex or ideal mature children's room.

Downstairs Shower Room. With shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low level W.C. Built in airing cupboard with shelving and housing the insulated water tank. Double glazed window, plumbing for washing machine and heated towel rail.

Master Bedroom and Dressing Room. Accessed by a second staircase, walk in wardrobe and door to dressing room with a range of fitted drawers and opening to a double bedroom with double glazed window, modern basin and light point.

Bedroom Two. With double glazed window to front elevation, central heating radiator and built in shelving. Having doors leading to main and rear landings.

Bedroom Three. A child's dream! With double glazed window, central heating radiator and pull down ladder accessing:

Attic Room Fully boarded attic currently used as a playroom with lighting and Velux style window. A further door leads to substantial loft storage.

Family Bathroom. Comprising of a white suite with roll top bath, pedestal wash basin and toilet. Benefitting from a separate corner shower, floor to ceiling tiling heated towel rail and double glazed window.

Double Garage. Double Garage with workbench & decked out loft storage with up and over metal door and power supply. To the side of the garage is a lean-to shed/log store and further brick built outhouse with sink and power supply.

Home Office. The current owner has a portable home office to the front of the garage. This may be available to future purchasers but subject to separate negotiation.

Rear Garden. An attractive and well maintained rear garden, being mainly laid to lawn with a variety of mature shrubs, fruit trees and mature borders. There is a selection of seating/ entertaining spaces with a large decked area, paved patios and one in particular from which you can enjoy the far reaching views over the neighbouring farmland.

Agents Notes:

Rating. Stratford-on-Avon district council, band E.

Services. The agent understands that mains electricity, water, drainage. Oil fired central heating and LPG for the cooker.

Tenure. The agent understands that the property is freehold with vacant possession on completion.

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Added on Rightmove:
19 September 2016

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