3 bedroom detached house for sale

Barford Hill, Barford, Warwick

Guide Price £795,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Attractive Cottage
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Living Room
  • Dining Room
  • Snug
  • Study
  • Bespoke Fitted Kitchen and Boot Room
  • Bathroom and Shower Room
  • Gorgeous Gardens
  • EPC - E (44)

Full description

A delightful, three bedroom, detached cottage, set down a private drive within attractive grounds located, to the majority at the front of the property. This cottage has real charm and character throughout and has been well maintained by the current owners over the last 25 years.

Named after the babbling brook which is located to the rear of the property and feeds into a running stream. Entrance is via an electrically operated, five bar wooden gate which opens to the graveled driveway being bordered with mature trees, flowering borders and lawn. To the front the cottage is lit with three antique style street lights giving the approach a whimsical feel. The driveway provides a huge amount of off street and secure parking. There is also a lawned turning circle.

The cottage has three double bedrooms, three reception rooms, a study, kitchen, boot room/utility room, a down stairs shower room and upstairs bathroom. Outside there is a garage and a workshop. This cottage really needs to be seen to be appreciated.

Situated in the popular village of Barford just 3 miles from the centre of Warwick, 6.3 miles to Leamington Spa and 7.3 miles to Stratford upon Avon. Just a six minute drive from Warwick Parkway train station, the A46, M40 and associated road networks are easily commutable. Barford is a village with a strong sense of community and with excellent amenities to include a shop, pub, hotel, well respected primary school and nursery. The King George's Field is an award winning free to use sports facility for the residents of Barford, Sherbourne, and Wasperton .

A delightful, three bedroom, detached cottage, set down a private drive within attractive grounds located, to the majority at the front of the property. This cottage has real charm and character throughout and has been well maintained by the current owners over the last 25 years.

Named after the babbling brook which is located to the rear of the property and feeds into a running stream. Entrance is via an electrically operated, five bar wooden gate which opens to the graveled driveway being bordered with mature trees, flowering borders and lawn. To the front the cottage is lit with three antique style street lights giving the approach a whimsical feel. The driveway provides a huge amount of off street and secure parking. There is also a lawned turning circle.

The cottage has three double bedrooms, three reception rooms, a study, kitchen, boot room/utility room, a down stairs shower room and upstairs bathroom. Outside there is a garage and a workshop. This cottage really needs to be seen to be appreciated.

Entrance to the property is via an obscure glazed wooden door in to the entrance hall, with tiled flooring and exposed beams to the ceiling. Three doors lead off the entrance hall and give access in to the formal sitting room, the dining room and the study.

The Dining Room has exposed beams and stripped wooden flooring, measuring 3.60m x 3.75m there is ample room for a good sized dining table and chairs..

The snug measures 5.343 x 3.768 and is the heart of the home with a multi fuel stove with brick chimney breast, wooden mantle and tiled hearth. Built in storage cupboards and exposed wooden flooring.
The Study is accessible from the entrance hall and the snug and measures 6.737m x 1.967m. Tiled flooring and with a number of electric sockets and a phone point.
The original staircase is accessed from the snug via a rear hallway and has a stable door which gives access to the outside. The stairs lead up to bedroom three (the blue room).
Also accessed from this rear hallway is the downstairs shower room which has a WC, basin and walk in shower.

Back in to the snug, a door leads in to a country style kitchen measuring 3.986m x 2.469m with bespoke, wooden floor and wall units with a solid wood frontage and a granite work surface. The floor is tiled in terracotta tiles. There is a built in butlers sink and Rangemaster range oven with integrated gas hob and electric ovens with extractor over.
The Boot Room measuring 3.830 x 2.113 has a continuation of the terracotta tiled floor, light and power. An abundance of handmade wooden units to include built in bench seat with storage below and even space for dog beds! Built in butlers sink with antique mixer tap and tiled work surface, space and plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Off the boot room is a Conservatory/Lean Too with brick flooring and polypropylene roof with single glazed windows and power.

Back to the entrance hall and through in to the Sitting Room measures 7.248m x 5.199m and has an attractive brick built fireplace with a realistic, wood effect gas fire fitted with a large wooden beam mantle and flagstone hearth, a spiral staircase leads up to the master bedroom, second bedroom and family bathroom. From the sitting room patio doors lead out in to the garden.

All three bedrooms are located on the first floor. The blue room (bedroom three) is accessed via the stairs leading from the rear hallway. The blue room measures 3.65m x 3.90m with an abundance of original beams, loft access and its own private decked balcony with glorious countryside views.
An interconnecting door leads to the pink room (bedroom two). Also accessed from the landing and measuring 3.70m x 4.78m (into window alcove). A secret door provides useful storage and the window alcove would be a fabulous spot to read a book.
Off the landing is the master bedroom which measures 5.20m x 4.16m, having three double fitted wardrobes to provide storage. The Gothic style window gives a delightful view of the front garden.
The bathroom has lovely features from the copper and brass radiator to the cast iron roll top bath. The shower was commissioned by the current owners and finishes of the bathroom beautifully. Toilet and sink fitted with a wooden corner unit and airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank.


Outside the foregarden is laid to lawn with a pavier pathway and front patio area. Rockery to the side with spring flowers and well maintained bushes with summer house.
Paved courtyard style patio is accessed direct from the boot room which leads to a brick built workshop accessed via large, double wooden doors, with exposed beams providing a dry and secure storage area with light and power with additional open loft storage. A separate carport gives covered parking. Within the same block is an open storage area currently used as an outside boot room.
To the rear of the cottage is a patio bordered by the brook. A paved pathway leads to a shed and covered area for the storage of garden tools and equipment.


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25 March 2019

Nearest stations

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  • Warwick (2.6 mi)
  • Leamington Spa (3.5 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Warwick Parkway (2.5 mi)
  • Warwick (2.6 mi)
  • Leamington Spa (3.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Hawkesford, Warwick

24-26 Swan Street, Warwick, CV34 4BJ

01926 937086 Local call rate

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