NEW HOME

Oak Road, Tiddington, Stratford-Upon-Avon

Guide Price
£335,000
Added on 17/12/2020
Connells, Stratford Upon Avon
PROPERTY TYPE
Semi-Detached
BEDROOMS
x2
BATHROOMS
x2

Key features

  • Brand new two bedroom semi-detached home
  • En-suite to master and family bathroom
  • Two parking spaces to provide off road parking with this home
  • Close to Alveston CofE Primary School
  • A fully inclusive high quality specification at no additional cost
  • Within walking distance of the historic Stratford-upon-Avon

Property description

Tenure: Freehold


SUMMARY
The Portchester is an inviting two bedroom home that showcases an airy living room with double doors onto the rear garden. It also offers an open-plan kitchen/dining area. The first floor features a master bedroom with en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobe space, bedroom 2 and family bathroom.


DESCRIPTION
A new development, Birnam Mews, can be found nestled in the Warwickshire countryside. Consisting of only 60 homes in the charming village of Tiddington, around two miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
Birnam Mews is a mix of one, two, three and four bedroom houses set amongst beautifully landscaped surroundings. With homes now available through Shared Ownership and Part Exchange, this development is a natural extension of what is already a warm and welcoming community in Tiddington, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Specification: 
All homes at Birnam Mews have been designed to offer you opulent living in this countryside haven.
Kitchens have contemporary layouts, high grade flooring and well-crafted cabinetry. Each home also includes the following fully-integrated appliances: dishwasher, fridgefreezer, oven, induction hob and a washer/dryer as standard. Bathrooms are stylishly finished with towel warmers, contemporary sanitaryware and chrome fixtures. En-suites feature waterfall shower heads to ensure that each morning you feel rejuvenated. What's more, this high-quality specification is included at no extra-cost. If reserving off plan, you only need to make the decision on how your home is decorated; do you choose a warm country-style hue with tones of oak and cream or perhaps a contemporary palette incorporating whites and greys is more to your taste?* As you'd expect, all homes are tastefully decorated in neutral tones so you can really make your house your home from the moment you move in. Most master bedrooms incorporate built-in hinged wardrobes and a stylishly designed en-suite which really emphasises the spaciousness of these new houses. Flooring throughout the homes at Birnam Mews is included and is an assortment of high-quality amtico, luxurious carpet and sleek tiling. In regards to outdoor space, homes at Birnam Mews come complete with French doors leading to turfed gardens inclusive of shed and paved areas**.

Gardens, Parking And Warranty: 
Front gardens will be turfed/ planted in accordance with the landscape design. Every home also comes with at least two parking spaces and a majority have electric car charging points which contribute towards the sustainability of this development†. L&Q have incorporated a bespoke timber frame system into Birnam Mews. This brings benefits such as superior insulation and guaranteed product quality. This is being rolled out across all L&Q developments to ensure we deliver to an exemplary standard. Quality is at the centre of everything we do. As a charitable organisation, L&Q have a strong social purpose and we have looked to source local suppliers where possible. We have partnered with Baxi who are based in Warwick to provide all homes with combi-boilers and all bricks are handmade at Northcot Brick in the Cotswolds. All homes come with a 10 year NHBC warranty and 2 years of L&Q New Homes Warranty. For more information on specification please speak with a member of the sales team.

Exploring: 
When you choose a home at Birnam Mews, you open the door to a rich and varied lifestyle. Tiddington can trace its history back to a Roman settlement on a bend of the River Avon, known as Shakespeare's Avon. Today, it's a secluded, friendly village that embodies the best qualities of English country living.

Village Life: 
Should you decide to make your home at Birnam Mews, you won't have to leave the village if you'd like to eat out or go for a drink. The Crown is a family-friendly locals' pub and Connollys tapas bar often has live entertainment. For your delicious daily bread, Knead It! An artisan bakery, housed in a picturesque 16th century thatched cottage beside the River Avon, may well be the best in Warwickshire. You don't have to look far for excellent antique furniture and collectibles. Bigwood Fine Art Auctioneers at the Old School saleroom in the centre of the village is regarded as one of the best auction houses in Warwickshire, with regular Friday auctions. As you might imagine, there are also plenty of opportunities to enjoy a healthy outdoor lifestyle in Tiddington. Choose from walking or running along the River Avon, cycling in the peaceful Warwickshire countryside or a few rounds at the nearby Stratford-Upon-Avon Golf Club.

Discover Stratford-Upon-Avon: 
Stratford-upon-Avon has been voted one of the top 25 places to live in the UK. Although it is best known for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon is a surprisingly lively, modern town. There are plenty of shopping opportunities in the town, Bell Court is home to multiple clothing stores, a boutique cinema and many restaurants. The Maybird Centre, 4.7 miles from Birnam Mews is popular with locals and is home to all the big high street chains. There's also the Rosebird Centre, which includes a Waitrose supermarket and a pharmacy that serves as a medical centre. Being so close to Stratford-upon-Avon is definitely one the great benefits of life at Birnam Mews

Wine And Dine: 
The restaurant and bar scene in Stratford-upon-Avon is lively and varied, with plenty of watering holes to choose from. Popular restaurants include Lambs, a 16th century building that is now a stylish, cosy restaurant with many original features preserved. The Townhouse on Church Street is a restaurant, bar and boutique hotel in a 400-year-old listed building serving your typical British home comforts. If you're in search of locally sourced ingredients served in a spacious, contemporary setting, the One Elm is extremely good value for money

Location: 
At Birnam Mews, you're in the heart of the countryside but also well-connected. Stratford-upon-Avon is a little over two miles away and you're a few miles from the M40. Birmingham is roughly 20 miles from Tiddington, which makes the area popular with commuters. There are trains on the hour from Stratford and the journey takes just under an hour. There is a direct link from Stratford to London Marylebone, roughly two hours away. If you're heading further afield, Birmingham International airport is about 40 minutes from Birnam Mews by car

Living Life To The Fullest: 
Culturally, as you might imagine, you're spoilt for choice in Stratford. Apart from the delights of the theatre, there are the excellent independent cinemas such as Everyman at Bell Court and the modern two-screen Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse. If you fancy your chances rubbing shoulders with the actors performing at Stratford's Royal Shakespeare Company and Other Place theatres, they sometimes like to unwind at Cox's Yard and the Dirty Duck. Stratford's literary heritage has also inspired the bi-annual Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival. This is one of the most significant literary festivals in the UK. When it comes to music, Stratford offers regular live
shows. Or if you prefer dance music, Global Gathering's UK home is in Stratford-upon-Avon and is host to the best electronic musicians in the world. You'll find branches of Anytime Fitness and Xtreme Gyms in the town alongside specialist yoga and pilates studios, plus several independent spa facilities. There are plenty of opportunities to explore the great outdoors. If you're a keen golfer Stratford upon Avon Golf Club is nearby. If you like to walk, the canal route is perfect.

Agents Note: 
The photograph shown of the front of property is a CGI. The interior are of the show-homes and may not be specific to this plot.



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Oak Road, Tiddington, Stratford-Upon-Avon

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  • Wilmcote Station3.9 miles
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