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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Far Coton, Market Bosworth, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV13

Sold STC £1,000,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Five bedroom character property
  • Impressive range of outbuildings
  • Set in 6.9 acres with paddock and formal garden
  • Main house in excess of 3600 sq.ft
  • Four reception rooms
  • Sought after location
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Superb 1800s farm house, full of character with a range of outbuildings. Set in glorious plot extending to approximately 6.9 acres in close proximity to the town of Market Bosworth.


Far Coton is a residential hamlet set within glorious rural surroundings and approximately 2 miles from the market town of Market Bosworth. Benefitting from a range of services and amenities the historic town of Market Bosworth is one of the region’s most desirable locations. The bustling town square is home to a superb selection of independent pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops. The property is set just off the Ashby de la Zouch Canal and in close proximity to the Bosworth Water Trust Leisure Park.

Well positioned for a range of major transport networks with Junction 11 of the M42 approximately 9 miles away, and Junction 22 of the M1 approximately 10 miles away. Leicester city centre is approximately 14 miles away with a direct train service to London St. Pancras and Birmingham city centre is approximately 27 miles away with a regular train service to London Euston. Birmingham Airport is approximately 22 miles away.


Traditional 1800s farm house occupying a glorious position in the residential Hamlet of Far Coton, close to Market Bosworth. The property occupies a superb position overlooking open countryside and is set within an impressive 6.9 acre plot (approx.) including a paddock approximately 6 acres in size running down to the Ashby de la Zouch Canal.

The character property offers a wealth of living accommodation, with the main house extending to in excess of 3,600 sq.ft and benefitting from a flexible layout. There is an impressive range of outbuildings consisting of barns, stables and workshops, ideal for a range of uses and offering potential for conversion to residential use subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent.

Entering through the front porch and into the good size sitting room with original beamed ceiling, log burning stove with exposed brick surround, and storage cupboard. Cloakroom with W.C and wash hand basin with vanity unit. Door from sitting room through to traditional drawing room with beamed ceiling and open fire with brick surround. Substantial conservatory to the rear overlooking the formal garden with French doors onto the patio.

Dining room with beamed ceiling and opening through to the good size, dual aspect breakfast kitchen with wall and base units, sink and drainer and appliances including double electric oven, electric hob and oil Aga, with space and plumbing for dishwasher. Utility off kitchen with access to front courtyard and rear garden. Further ground floor accommodation includes the good size study, larder, and stairs leading down to the cellar.

Stairs from sitting room lead to first floor landing with airing cupboard. Master bedroom with a substantial range of built-in wardrobes and spacious en suite fitted with bath, wash hand basin, heated towel rail and W.C. Three further well proportioned double bedrooms, all benefitting from built-in wardrobes, with two to the front elevation having superb open views and another with view over the courtyard. Family bathroom with free standing bath, separate shower, wash hand
basin, heated towel rail and W.C.

A second staircase from the dining room leads to a flexible space above the kitchen, which has been used as a fifth bedroom and snooker room. This space offers superb potential for use as a larger fifth bedroom, or conversion to a self contained annexe space if required with potential to knock through to the attic space above the boiler room.

The gravel courtyard provides plenty of space for parking multiple vehicles with turning circle for ease of access. Set around the courtyard is the impressive range of brick built outbuildings consisting of the original farm buildings including barns, stables and cattle byres. The outbuildings are divided into multiple units and are currently used for storage space, garaging and workshops, offering superb potential for a range of similar uses. There is also potential to convert the outbuildings into residential use, either as part of the main house or possible use as holiday cottages. Any conversion would be subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent.

The south facing formal garden offers a good deal of privacy and is well presented, laid to lawn with mature hedges, flowerbeds and a greenhouse.

The paddock is approximately 6 acres in size and runs down to the Ashby de la Zouch canal. Vehicular access is from the courtyard with a second access from the road just along from Coton Bridge.

Square Footage: 6,483 sq ft
Acreage: 6.9 Acres


From Junction 11 of the M42 proceed south on the A444, Atherstone Road towards Twycross. Proceed through Twycross towards Wellsborough and turn left onto Bosworth Road. Proceed along Bosworth Road for approximately 2 miles, turning right at the Bosworth Water Trust Leisure Park. Proceed along the road, over the canal and into Far Coton. The road bends to the left and the property is located on the right hand side.

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06 October 2017

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