6 bedroom farm house for saleCorley, Warwickshire, CV7
Guide Price £1,395,000
- Period Farmhouse
- Large range of Outbuildings
- Koi Carp Pond
- * Pasture land divided into paddocks
- Five Stables
- * Extending to approx.8.94 acres
Full descriptionPeriod farmhouse with Kitchen, Family Room, Entrance Hall, Living Room/Dining Area, Large Conservatory, Cloakroom/Utility, Boot Room, Cellar, Master Bedroom Suite, Further En-Suite Bedroom, Guest Room, Family Bathroom, Attic, Study, further Bedrooms.
Large range of brick and tile outbuildings comprising five Stables, two Garages, extensive ground and first floor Storage Rooms, Wood Shed and Garden Stores.
Garden Room, Vegetable Garden with cold frames, extensive lawned Gardens with gravelled areas, decking and Koi Carp pond. Pasture Land divided into paddocks.
In all extending to approximately 8.94 acres or thereabouts.
Period farmhouse with Kitchen, Family Room, Entrance Hall, Living Room/formal Dining Room, Large Conservatory, Cloakroom/Utility, Boot Room, Cellar, Master Bedroom Suite, Further En-Suite Bedroom, Guest Room, Family Bathroom, Study, further Bedrooms. A large range of outbuildings, dominated by a large 2 storey barn with stunning beams, ripe for conversion, which could add considerable space and value to the property. Currently used as five stables, two garages, extensive storage, wood and potting sheds and tack room. A new potential home office (alternatively used as a garden room or granny/teen studio), complete with kitchenette, overlooks two ponds, one containing koi. There are extensive lawns and beautiful gardens, large gravelled areas and a large cottage garden with cold frames. The stables enjoy extensive paddocks with electric fencing and water supply. In all extending to approximately 8.94 acres or thereabouts.
Location - Burrow Hill Farm stands in a commanding position with far reaching views, about a quarter of a mile from the centre of the village of Corley. Coventry city centre is about 5 miles to the south east and the property is very well located for access to the motorway network, with junction 3 of the M6 about 5 miles to the east. Central Birmingham is only 16 miles, and the NEC, Birmingham Airport, Birmingham International Railway Station and junction 6 of the M42 are only 8 miles. The county town of Warwick and the Regency style of Leamington Spa are 16.5 miles. Coventry City Centre 5 miles, M6 (junction 3) 5 miles, although access to the M6 is normally also available through Corley Services a mile away allowing quick connection to Central Birmingham 16 miles, Birmingham Airport & NEC 8 miles, Birmingham International Railway Station 8 miles. London Euston is 75 minutes away, Warwick and Leamington Spa 17 miles.
Description - The property has all of the essential attributes for stylish country living and offers a rare opportunity to buy a well presented period house with substantial outbuildings, in a convenient location for commuting or travel. The house is very well presented and is well laid out for family living, with separate first floor areas for parents and children, and a playroom/study on the top floor. The current layout comprises a principal bedroom suite with large dressing room off the main staircase, and further bedrooms accessed via the secondary staircase. However, the dressing room could easily be used a bedroom, giving a further bedroom off the main stairs. The Kitchen and Family Room are ideally suited to modern living and is the perfect space for sharing news after a hard day at work or school. The large range of outbuildings present a superb opportunity for people who want to run a business from home, with plenty of parking and storage space and the potential to convert part of the buildings to offices. The barns also lend themselves well to conversion to residential use, either as a seperate dwelling or an annexe. The land is currently divided into paddocks, with electric fencing, and is well suited to equestrian use, being relatively free draining.
Accommodation Details - Conservatory with principal entrance doors to the property, and superb views over the gardens. Hall with diamond pattern clay tiled floor, ceiling spot lights. Stairs down to Cellar with white painted walls and brick thrawls.
Dining Room - With double panelled glazed doors into hall, ceiling spot lights, open plan to living area.
Living Area - With French doors to outside, stone fireplace with timber beam, Charnwood log burner, timber cupboard units and display cabinets to the side, open plan to dining area.
Cloakroom - With tiled floor, part tiled walls, contemporary white suite comprising WC and circular wash basin with integral towel rail, large wall mounted mirror, built in shoe cupboard.
Utility Room - With range of very useful built in shelves, worktop with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer below, wall mounted Keston C55 central heating boiler.
Kitchen - With Victorian blue brick floor, large range of cream kitchen units with cream granite work surfaces, twin built-in electric ovens and combination microwave, double Belfast type sink with mixer tap, built in NEFF dishwasher, island unit with built in NEFF freezer and under counter fridge, wide crockery/cutlery drawers, Caple built in halogen four ring hob and pop up extractor unit, four oven Aga, space for large American style fridge/freezer, French doors to garden and useful alcove with range of drawers and shelves, walk in pantry/larder.
Boot Room - With large built in coat and shoe cupboard, back door to outside courtyard.
Family Room - With slate flagstone floor, beamed ceiling, informal dining area, understairs alcove, living area with large timber fitted cupboard and space for large wall mounted flat screen television, two double French doors to rear gardens.
First Floor Accommodation - accessed via main staircase
Main Bedroom Suite - Landing with loft access.
Master Bedroom with French doors to Juliet balcony. Large Dressing Room which can easily be used as a further bedroom.
Bathroom - With bath, side taps and shower attachment, WC, twin oval sinks in cupboard unit with marble work surface and large mirror above, double shower area with fully tiled walls and Matki shower, traditional style radiator combined with chrome heated towel rail and further separate heated towel rail.
Secondary Staircase - Off Family Room leading to;
Bedroom Three - With good views over the land and alcove with built in wardrobe.
En-Suite Bathroom - With white suite comprising WC, corner bath, corner basin, mirror unit and roof light.
Family Bathroom - With modern white suite comprising twin circular pedestal sinks with built in towel rails, bath with shower over, WC, chrome heated towel rail, travertine wall tiling, built in linen/towel shelves, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Bedroom Four - With built in timber storage cupboard and built in shelving units.
Further staircase to Study/Further Bedroom comprising open plan Study area with shelves and storage cupboard. Further steps lead down to a Study/Playroom with long built in desk along the wall and views over the land to the rear.
Gardens - The extensive gardens surround the house on three sides, and include a well tended kitchen garden with cold frames and raised beds. Solid timber electric entrance gates lead into a substantial gravelled parking and turning area. To the right are extensive lawns leading down to the paddock land beyond, and to the rear of the house, overlooking the fields, is a large timber deck with Koi Carp pond and gravelled seating area. Adjacent to this is the detached brick Garden Room.
Outbuildings - The outbuildings surround a substantial concrete courtyard which is ideal for equestrian use. The outbuildings comprise;
Brick and tile single storey range divided into three stables with brick floors, one of which is a small pony stable.
Brick and tile two storey range comprising Two Stables, open fronted Store/Garage with outside tap and hose reel, brick floor and stairs to Loft Area above, fully enclosed Store Room to the side, Garage/Store with an up and over door, open to eaves, Store with brick floor and stairs to further Loft Storage Area above. The two storey barn has overall gross external measurements of about 23.40m x 5.60m.
To the rear of the two storey brick and tile building is a circular Lunging Ring with bark surface.
Attached to the two storey range is an L-shaped single storey brick and tile range comprising Garden Store/Potting Shed and a single storey brick and tile Tack Room and Feed Store.
Close to the house is a detached brick and tile Garden Room with WC, UPVC windows with views over the land. This could form an ideal home office or granny flat.
Land - The pasture land comprises in total approximately 6 acres and is divided into seven paddocks. One paddock lies close to the buildings and is fenced with post and rail, and the remaining paddocks are divided by mains electric polyrope fencing on timber posts. There is a useful grass track giving separate access to each paddock.
The land is a reasonably well drained sandy loam and well suited to grazing by horses. There is mains water to a central point within the paddocks.
General Information - General Information
Tenure & Possession
The property is held freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion. There will be no upward chain.
Fixtures and Fittings
Only those items specifically mentioned in the sales particulars are included within the sale. All other items are specifically excluded.
The property is connected to mains water and electricity. Foul drainage is to a private system. There is no mains gas to the property.
Rights of Way
The property is not crossed by any public or private rights of way.
The house is currently in Council Tax Band G with an annual charge for 2016/2017 of £2830.27.
Plan Area & Description
The plan, area and description are believed to be correct in every way but no claim will be entertained by the vendor or the agents in respect of any omissions or misdescriptions. The plan is for identification purposes only.
Method of Sale
The property will be offered for sale by private treaty as a whole.
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Postcode and Directions
The postcode for the property is CV7 8BE. The village of Corley is located about 5 miles north west of Coventry on the B4098. On entering the village turn right down Rock Lane and after about 300 yards at the triangular green turn right on to Burrow Hill Lane and the property can be found after approximately 500 yards on the left hand side, and will be identified by our for sale board.
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