3 bedroom detached house for saleBrookside, Snitterfield, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37
Sold STC £415,000
A Delightful Period Cottage Of Character And Charm.
In An Attractive, Tranquil Setting On The Edge Of A Popular Village. Hall, Cloakroom, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, Study, Utility, Three Bedrooms, Shower Room, Garage, Work Room, Pretty Cottage Garden.
Location: The Old Cottage is located in an attractive and tranquil setting at the end of Brookside, adjacent to open fields. The village, located approximately 4 miles north of Stratford-upon-Avon, sits amidst lovely Warwickshire countryside. It has a pub, primary school, Methodist and parish churches, excellent village store, village hall and sports club and sports field. A wide range of shopping, sporting, social and recreational facilities are available in nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, Henley-in-Arden and Warwick (6.5 miles), Leamington Spa (9 miles), Coventry and Solihull (17 miles) and Birmingham (35 miles). It is conveniently located for the A46 and access to the M40 (J15 - 4.5 miles) and train services run from Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick Parkway (6.5 miles). All mileages are approximate.
Description: The Old Cottage is a delightful detached period property, believed to date from the late 1600s, is Grade II listed and constructed of a traditional timber frame, with colour-washed brick infills under a tiled roof. The property has a variety of period features, including exposed joinery, flagstone and quarry tiled floors and a catslide roof. Overlooking fields, the property has a pretty cottage garden, with a useful outbuilding and a detached garage, at the rear of which is a room suitable as a workshop or home office.
Entrance Porch: With front door to:
Reception Hall: With rear garden aspect, quarry tiled floor, exposed oak joinery, steps down to staircase which rises to first floor and doors to:
Cloakroom: With quarry tiled floor, low level WC and wash hand basin.
Sitting Room: 4.67m x 4.04m (15'4" x 13'3") With two windows, having secondary glazing and attractive front aspect, exposed beams, corner under-stairs storage cupboard, brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth and fitted wood burner, door to:
Kitchen/Dining Room: 5.05m x 3.45m (16'7" x 11'4") With front and side aspects over the nearby field and gardens, secondary glazing, flagstone floor, brick fireplace with inset Rayburn Regent solid fuel range, exposed beams, fitted pine base unit with stainless steel sink, electric oven and ceramic hob, plumbing for dishwasher, corner fitted, part-leaded display and storage cabinet, walk-in larder cupboard with fitted shelves and door to:
Study: 2.36m x 2.24m (7'9" x 7'4") With rear garden aspect, quarry tiled floor, fitted shelves, Baxi gas-fired central heating boiler, step and door to:
Utility Room: 2.54m x 2.24m (8'4" x 7'4") With quarry tiled floor, fitted worktop and wall cupboard, plumbing for washing machine, access to loft space, part-glazed door to rear garden and door to hall.
First Floor Landing: With rear Velux window, exposed beams, access to loft space and doors to:
Bedroom One: 4.62m x 2.7m (15'2" x 8'10") With two windows having attractive front aspect over the adjoining field.
Bedroom Two: 3.66m x 2.72m (12' x 8'11") Having front rural aspect, fitted wardrobes and storage cupboards.
Bedroom Three: 3.2m x 2.6m (10'6" x 8'6") Having windows with side and field views.
Shower Room: With side and village aspect, landing window, vinyl covered floor, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, tiled and glazed shower cubicle with Triton shower unit and fitted airing cupboard.
Outside: The property is set back from the lane behind a low stone wall, with a gate to one side leading to the rear garden and on the other, a parking space between the cottage and the Detached Garage - 4.6m x 2.77m (15'1" x 9'1"). This is constructed of colour-washed brick elevations under a pitched, tiled roof and has double doors and to the rear of which a side door leads to a Work Room - 2.44m x 2.03m (8' x 6'8"), suitable as a workshop or home office.
Beyond the porch, a wrought iron gate and blue brick path leads to the rear garden and two fuel bunkers which lie behind the Work Room.
The garden is a particularly attractive feature and is extensively planted with a variety of flowering shrubs and bushes, with a central meandering brick path leading to a brick-paved terrace, vegetable garden, Greenhouse and useful brick Outbuilding.
Tenure: The property is freehold, with vacant possession given on completion.
Services: Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are understood to be connected to the property.
Local Authority: Stratford-upon-Avon District Council. Council Tax Band - E.
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